Roll over image to zoom in
90-day limited warranty
List Price $69.95 Save $10.00 (14%)
Earn 60 Bullseye Bucks
A replica of the versatile Beretta APX 9mm/.40, this CO2 powered version allows for proficiency and tactical training at a fraction of the cost. Officially licensed by Beretta, the APX Air Pistol has nearly identical weight and size and gives the user a real-world feel. This model includes a full metal slide with functioning blowback and a Picatinny rail for light or laser mount modification. A functioning clip holds 19 .177 BBs. Low profile 3-dot sights allow for quick and easy sighting.
|Max Velocity||400 fps|
|Max Shots per Fill||100|
Create an online review and share your thoughts with other customers
Things I liked: I just received my new Beretta APX air pistol today! After shooting about 80 rounds I was pleased with my newest air pistol. It is very nice not to have bright white WARNING text spoiling the appearance of the pistol. The warning is there but it is discrete and the same colour as the pistol. The blowback action is snappy and the sights are a three dot system that help make the shooting experience very positive with this pistol. The price is great for what seems to be a great quality air pistol. Accuracy seems to good, and I was pleased to have ten shot groups under two inches from 25 feet. So far I am impressed. I will update my review as I get more out of this cool looking air pistol.
how many shots can you get from one cylinder?
OK, is it double action all the time even with blowback action? IT's one thing to have double action with the hammer uncocked, but to have to cock the hammer with the trigger is useless for a BB weapon. On a real firearm the blowback action cocks the hammer for single-action as well as ejects a spend case and loads a fresh round. On a BB pistol if this blowback action doesn't cock the hammer it's a useless and trivial waste of CO2.
The Beretta APX is double action only, just like the firearm. The reason is that it's a replica of a striker fired pistol. There is no exposed hammer. During it's travel, the slide should strip a new BB from the magazine and cock the striker, resetting it for a shorter trigger pull for follow-up shots. But even if the trigger pull remains the same (and if the first stage of the trigger pull is what transfers a BB to the chamber), the blow-back feature would still add realism for those using this gun to maintain firearm proficiency. And besides that, it's just fun, and that's why a lot of us collect and shoot replica airguns.
Can it be modified to full auto
The Beretta model 92A1 [Beretta 92A1 CO2 Full Auto...] is available (to pre-order) here on the Pyramyd Air site. It has the option of fully automatic firing as a standard feature. Even if the Beretta APX could be modified, it would likely require parts fabrication with a high degree of precision -- not to mention voiding any warranty. How about it Pyramyd Air staff? What do the experts have to say?
|Max Velocity||400 fps|