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A firearms manufacturer with a history dating back to the 1500s, Beretta has earned a reputation for delivering products with the highest quality and flawless performance. Quality without compromise is the company’s driving force, backed by 15 generations of knowledge and experience.
For nearly five centuries, Beretta has lived up to their superior reputation and has continually moved forward with innovative ideas, patents, and improved manufacturing processes. With distribution facilities across the globe, Beretta is one of the top handgun manufacturers. Their products are trusted by numerous military and law enforcement agencies throughout the world.
The lineup of Beretta pistols includes full-size models, compact, sub-compact, and pocket pistols, as well as a line of premium pistols and handguns designed specifically for military and law enforcement. There are more than 50 Beretta pistols currently in production made for a variety of uses from plinking and personal protection to tactical shooting and competition. They are offered in several calibers, with an array of features, finishes, and options.
The most popular Beretta handguns for sale include the 92FS, 96, PX4 Storm, and the APX, as well as the pocket-sized BU9 Nano and Pico.
Used by military and law enforcement, the 92FS is a semi-automatic handgun that delivers accuracy, durability, and dependability. Chambered in 9mm, it has low recoil, as well as an open slide design that virtually eliminates stove-piping.
The Beretta 96 is nearly identical to the 92FS, but chambered in 40 S&W. Ideal for self-defense, the 96 additionally features interchangeable 3-dot sights and a Picatinny rail.
Available in full-size, compact, and sub-compact, the PX4 Storm is a semi-automatic handgun that delivers durability and reliability in a package that requires minimal maintenance. The full-size is available in 9mm, 40 S&W, and 45 ACP, while the compact and sub-compact are chambered in 9mm and 40 S&W. All three have an accessory rail and ambidextrous controls, as well as a snag-free design for smooth unholstering and re-holstering.
Made specifically for military and law enforcement, the APX is a full-size semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9mm and 40 S&W. It features simple disassembly and maintenance, as well as a reversible magazine release button, ambidextrous slide stop, and interchangeable backstraps.
A micro-compact pistol chambered in 9mm, the BU9 Nano is ideal for concealed carry. It is built on a polymer frame and offers easy maintenance. Features include a snag-free profile, reversible magazine release button, and modular design for easy customization.
The thinnest 380 available, the Pico offers a 6+1 capacity and weighs just 11.5 ounces. This handgun offers low recoil and a snag-free design, in addition to stainless steel and polymer construction and a durable finish. Easily customizable, this pistol is well-suited for concealed carry.
From wallet-friendly to premium price tags, the cost of Beretta handguns for sale varies greatly.
The Nano or Pico can be purchased for around $300 and the 92FS and 96 for about $400, while all three sizes of the PX4 Storm go for around $500, with the APX just a bit more. Some other models, however, sell for close to $1,000, or more.
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