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Guns.com stopped by the Beretta booth at the 2018 SHOT Show to see what they had new in stock. They didn’t disappoint, showing us several new products they had this year. John from Beretta started us with their newest handgun design, their entry into the full-sized striker fired pistols is the APX. This polymer framed gun is available in 9mm and .40 S&W and boasts a number of features including a Picatinny rail, aggressive slide serrations, reversible magazine release, plus more.
The fun with handguns didn’t stop there though. We got to see a new take on the PX4, which is an Ernest Langdon design, and has Cerokoted slide and night sights which come stock on the gun. The Pico and the Nano line of pistols also got some fresh new looks this year with addition of a variety of colors, including Robin’s Egg.
We looked at a couple new offerings from Tikka and Sako. The new T1x .22LR comes in the same stock dimensions as any T3x, so any T3x stock will fit this rifle. It has the the fully adjustable trigger that the consumer can adjust and this model comes with a 10 round magazine. The new Sako Carbon Wolf is a sleek looking new offering which comes with a RTM carbon fiber stock. The stock is also adjustable for length of pull, as well as having an adjustable cheek piece for scope height.
Finally, we got to see a couple new shotgun offerings from Beretta this year, including the Vittoria which is their first intro into the women’s market for over/under shotguns. They also showed us the A300 Outlander Sporting shotgun which comes with 3 choke tubes and has enhanced engraving, higher grade wood, and a mid-bead among other new features to set it apart.