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Beretta APX Centurion RDO 9mm Pistol, Black - JAXQ92170
- Caliber: 9mm
- Action: Striker-fired
- Sights: Removeable 3-Dot
- Finish: Black
- Barrel Length: 3.7"
- Overall Length: 6.97"
- Weight: 27 oz. (Unloaded)
- Magazine: 15 Rounds
The APX Centurion pistol extends the proven APX Series to a mid-size duty or concealed carry size. It features a 15+1 (9mm) flush fit magazine that it shares with the Full-size variant.
As with all APX pistols, the APX Centurion has been designed specifically for military and law enforcement users who have a need for a smaller pistol with similar handling characteristics to their duty pistols.
The APX Centurion features an end-user removable serialized chassis and can be easily modified with replaceable grip frame housings. Controllability and ergonomics are an APX focus: Low bore axis, ambidextrous slide catch, reversible magazine release, aggressive slide serrations, and a trigger that breaks at 6 lbs. with a clear tactile and audible short reset. This APX Centurion RDO version features removable optic plates that allow for the attachment of a range of Red Dot Optics from Burris, Trijicon, Leupold, and C-More.
- Trigger Pull: Approximately 6 lbs.
- Safety: Striker Deviation Button, Firing Pin Block Safety, Trigger Safety
- Sight Radius: 5.7"
- Height: 5.19"
- Width: 1.30"
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