The A400 Xplor Action is a semi-automatic shotgun that will be equally at home on an upland, duck or deer hunt as well as at the clay range. It incorporates all the advantages of the revolutionary A400 concept--low profile action, light weight, lightning-fast follow-up shots, low recoil, easy maintenance--and combines them with the classic looks of blue steel and walnut stock. But even here, Beretta has an eye towards innovation, offering updated lines and checkering, as well as a contrasting-color receiver. Available in 12 and 20 gauge, the A400 Xplor Action defines performance and versatility in a semiauto. The A400 is a gas-operated action that was built for speed, reliability and versatility. Featuring the Blink technology, it is capable of firing 4 shells in less than 1 second, giving you the fastest follow-up shots of any shotgun on the market. Also, with this shotgun you can safely fire lead and steel shot, as well as chamber the best shell for the job regardless of length (2 ¾” to 3”) or power (mild for target to hard-hitting for hunting). Last but not least, the A400 action is light and trim, making this shotgun’s balance, swing and pointability an absolute best in its class. While only weighing 6.7 lbs max (12-ga), the A400 Xplor Action features multiple recoil-reducers that greatly diminish the impact of each shot on your shoulder (by as much as 70%). Inside the stock, there are hydraulic shock-absorbers that--much like in a modern luxury car--absorb the impact of any sudden bump, giving your shoulder a “smooth ride.” Also, the buttpad’s Micro-Core technology adds extra softness between you and any recoil that is left, while still allowing the shotgun to slide up effortlessly to your shoulder without the gummy friction of other pads. With its bronze-colored receiver, its classic Beretta blue barrel and its select walnut stock, the A400 Xplor Action is an elegant piece of gear that will figure very nicely even next to a premium over-under. The checkering is fine, giving you secure purchase while pointing and shooting, and on the fore-end it features the Beretta Trident logo for an updated look. Keeping this shotgun as good as new after a long day on the field or at the range is quick and easy: you can field-strip the A400 Xplor without any tools, and it comes apart in only five components that are a snap to reassemble. All these features make the A400 Xplor Action the best and most versatile wood-blue semiauto shotgun for a variety of hunting and sporting purposes. Features Kick Off recoil system Xtra grain Walnut stock & fore end Microcore recoil pad Product Information Cartridge 12 Gauge Capacity 4+1 Round Weight 6.7 Pound Shell Length 3" Overall Length 48 Inches Barrel Length 28 Inches Hand Right Chokes Included Imp Cyl, Mod, Full Rib Ventilated Youth No Action Type Semi-Automatic Stock Type Field Stock Material Wood Stock Color Walnut Safety Crossbolt Sights Bead Barrel Finish Blued Ported No Case Included Yes Frame Material Aluminum Interchangeable Choke Yes Frame Finish Bronze Choke Type Optima Bore HP
THIS NEW COMMERCIAL VERSION OF THE BERETTA M9 9MM PISTOL HAS A 4.9" BARREL,SINGLE/DOUBLE ACTION,10+1 ROUND CAPACITY(15RD. AVAILABLE), MBIDEXTROUS THUMB SAFETY-DECOCKER AND MAGAZINE RELEASE,BLACK SYNTHETIC GRIPS,3 WHITE DOT SIGHTS,BLACK BRUNITON STEEL SLID
The Beretta ARX 100 . 223 REM/5.56 NATO Semiautomatic Rifle is a fully modifiable rifle with a pinless design and Picatinny rails on the top, sides and fore-end. The rifle is equipped with a removable, adjustable flip-up rear sight and features a 30-round magazine and a short-stroke gas piston system. UPC ECOM00025968 Caliber 223 REM/5.56 NATO Finish BLACK Capacity 15 ROUNDS Weight NOT SPECIFIED Action NOT SPECIFIED Frame Material NOT SPECIFIED Slide Material NOT SPECIFIED Barrel Length NOT SPECIFIED Receiver Material NOT SPECIFIED Receiver Finish NOT SPECIFIED
The Tavor TS12 12 gauge shotgun is a gas regulated bullpup shotgun with an innovative design that feeds from one of three (3) individual magazines which can hold four 3 inch shotgun shells or five 2 ¾ inch shotgun shells each. This means that the potential overall capacity from all three (3) individual magazines is 15 rounds plus one additional round in the chamber (Using 2-3/4" shells). The TS12 has a unique feature that automatically loads a round in the chamber once the subsequent loaded magazine is rotated into position. It can be fed and unloaded from either side. The TS12 offers an innovative an versatile and compact sporting or home defense shotgun that is optimized for whatever application you need. Features (4) sling attachment points M-LOK compatible rails Continuous accessory rail on top Benelli/Beretta choke tube compatibility Product Information Cartridge 12 Gauge Capacity 15+1 (2-3/4") Round Weight 9 Pound Shell Length 2-3/4" and 3" Overall Length 28.35 Inches Barrel Length 18.5 Inches Hand Ambidextrous Youth No Action Type Semi-Automatic Stock Type Bullpup Stock Material Synthetic Stock Color Black Safety Crossbolt Sights None Barrel Finish Black Interchangeable Choke Yes Choke Type Benelli Crio
The Beretta BM59 7,62x51mm caliber battle rifle was conceived after World War II and fielded ever since the 1960s in several variants as the standard service weapon system for the Italian Armed Forces. It was informally known among the Italian troops as the FAL ? an acronym for “Fucile Automatico Leggero“, or “Light Automatic Rifle”, despite having nothing in common with the Belgian rifle of the same name and despite all but “light”, standing at around 4,4 kilograms of weight without a full magazine. Conceived as a straightforward select-fire, magazine-fed .308/7.62mm modification of the M1 Garand rifle, the Beretta BM59 was conceptually old already back at the time of its introduction ? being a contemporary of much more modern battle and assault rifles such as the FN FAL, the Heckler & Koch G3, and the AKM; nonetheless, it served the Italian Armed Forces up until the 1990s, and many Italian gun enthusiasts who were in the military or did the national service remember it all too well. As the years went by, many companies tried to bring semi-automatic, civilian-grade variants of the BM59 to the market. Most of times they were rebuilt clones using components of scrapped BM59s and M1 Garand rifles, or modern clones; Beretta itself did manufacture a certain number of civilian-grade versions, dubbed the BM62, which are now highly collectible and very highly priced. The Beretta BM59 rifles as demilitarized by Nuova Jäger also pack some features that the previous civilian-grade variants didn’t come with: these include the original grenade launching muzzle device, also dubbing as a flash hider and sound suppressor, and a winter trigger pack conceived for alpine troops. Among the modifications required by law to make the BM59 rifles capable of semi-automatic fire only and non-reconvertible are several operations on the trigger group; the fire selector was blocked on the “Semi” position, and proof-marked as such; and the gas block has been modified so that it will not allow the launch of grenades. This meant that the original grenade sight ? which, when flipped up, automatically set the gas system to the “Grenade” position ? also had to go. All the Nuova Jäger’s BM59 rifles feature the original Beretta markings, which also refer to the year of manufacture. They all come with five-rounds magazines, but are compatible with original twenty rounds magazines.
The ARX160 is a modern assault rifle of Italian origin. Development started in the early 2000’s for the Italian “Soldado Futuro” future soldier program. Design The design is a departure from Beretta’s previous AR 70/90 in being gas operated by means of a short stroke gas piston. Internally the weapon is made out of metal with the furniture being all plastics. A four position folding stock is standard. The design is modular as barrels can be swapped, the caliber could be changed and Picatinny rails allow mounting of accessories and optics. Firepower The ARX160 fires the 5.56x45mm NATO round from 30 round STANAG magazines. It is capable of semi-automatic fire and fully automatic fire at a 700 round per minute cyclic rate of fire. It is possible to mount the GLX160 under-barrel grenade launcher. Users The ARX160 has been bought in limited quantities by several users. It has been chosen as part of the the Italian “Soldado Futuro” future soldier program and may be acquired in quantity. Origin; Italy Type ; Assault rifle Entered service ; 2010 Status; In service Development ; 2000’s Developer ; Italy – Beretta Ulrich Zedrosser ; Production 2008 – present Producer ; Italy – Beretta Number produced Over 40.000 produced by 2015, production continues
The Beretta 686 Silver Pigeon I Sporting offers all the functional features of Beretta's premium over-under competition shotguns at a particularly attractive price. It is built around the best-in-class 686 action, which is compact and low-profile while being extremely strong. The Optima-Bore, Optima-Choke barrels are light-weight and place the shotgun’s point of balance right at the hinge-pin, meaning lively feel in the hands and natural pointability. And with its select-walnut stock and tasteful scroll engraving, the Silver Pigeon I Sporting won’t fail to turn heads at the range, also thanks to its unmistakeable Beretta looks. Product Information Cartridge 12 Gauge Capacity 2 Round Weight 6.8 Pound Shell Length 3" Overall Length 45 Inches Barrel Length 30 Inches Hand Right Chokes Included Cyl, Skeet, Imp Cyl, Mod, Imp Mod Rib Ventilated Youth No Action Type Over/Under Stock Type Field Stock Material Wood Stock Color Walnut Trigger Type Single, Selectable Safety Automatic Sights Bead Barrel Finish Blued Ported No Case Included Yes Frame Material Aluminum Interchangeable Choke Yes Frame Finish Silver Country of Origin Italy Choke Type Optima Bore HP Delivery Information Must Ship to FFL Dealer Yes Shipping Weight 14.000 Pounds At the heart of the Silver Pigeon I Sporting is the legendary 686 action, a long-standing favorite among competition shooters and hunters. Over-under actions must have a strong locking mechanism, because the stress of every shot causes the action to “want” to open. For this reason, most manufacturers place the locking lug(s) at the top of the receiver, making it strong but also taller and bulkier than it needs be. Thanks to its long experience, Beretta uses instead two conical locking lugs at mid-action, right between the barrels. This gives the 686 receiver vault-like locking strength while keeping the profile considerably lower. The advantage is that the eye of the shooter is a lot closer to the plane of his supporting hand: considerably better swing and hand-eye coordination, more targets shattered. Another advantage of the Silver Pigeon action is the fact that the locking lugs are conical. As the number of shots fired goes into the five digits, the receiver will still lock up positively: the conical lugs merely “self-adjust” by setting themselves slightly deeper into the barrel unit, without any compromise on strength. This means that the Silver Pigeon Sporting is a shotgun that will stand up to years of enjoyment and can be passed down from generation to generation. While not as elaborately decorated as Beretta's premium shotguns, the Silver Pigeon I Sporting has all the elegance that you can expect from a Beretta. The oil-finished stock sports a beautiful and crisp checkering pattern, and the schnabel fore-end adds to the classic flavor of this over-under. The scroll-engraved receiver is a functional work of art in itself, with its interesting geometry blending perfectly with the stock and contributing to the gun’s graceful lines. This is a shotgun that has all the elements of a treasured heirloom, without the price-tag to match. Beretta logo
The Beretta BM59 Mk. IV SAW (squad-automatic-weapon) version, with its 44.48-inch overall length, a pistol grip and a heavy bipod, was also produced for export to Nigeria. Each of these variants of the BM59 featured a distinctive “tri-compensator”—a device combining a bayonet lug, a grenade launcher and a recoil compensator/flash suppressor in a single unit. The Beretta BM59 was a success as a military weapon and was used not just by Italy and Nigeria (the latter well into the 1990s), but also Algeria, Morocco, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Libya, Somalia and Argentina. In addition, the design was popular as a firearm for the civilian market. During the 1980s, two semi-automatic only versions of the BM59 were sold in the USA: the BM62 without “tri-compensator” and the BM69 with “tri-compensator” and bipod. Though they may not be abundant in number, the BM59/BM62/BM69 family of firearms provides an example of the way the spirit of John Garand reached through to the end of the 20th century. The military history of John Garand’s legendary semi-automatic rifle is typically situated in the Second World War and through the Korean War. Even though it lived on through the mid-’50s in National Guard, reserve and training units, the M1’s U.S. service history was over by that time. But, the spirit of John Garand extended beyond the M1 with the M14’s adoption, and it also stretched through to the end of the 1980s in foreign military service, thanks to the development of another rifle that modified some of the basic elements of the M1’s design to become the Fucile Automatico Leggero Beretta BM59 battle rifle. In 1949, Italy joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and the following year it began obtaining M1 rifles from the U.S.A. through foreign military sales—more than 100,000 of them. But, by the mid-50s the Garand was a bit of a dated design in need of modernization. Battle rifles of that era had developed toward a specific group of features—lightweight, selective-fire, magazine-fed and chambered for the new 7.62 NATO cartridge—and the M1 needed work in every category in order to conform to that standard. Toward that end, an engineer at Beretta named Domenico Salza took on the mission of improving John Garand’s masterpiece, resulting in the Beretta BM59.
AR-15 pistol is a classification that exists due to some silly American gun laws and definitions. An AR pistol cannot have a stock, but can have a bare and exposed buffer tube. Another no-no is a vertical grip, but an angled grip like the Magpul AFG is legal. Now of course nobody wants to run afoul of the Federal Government, so it’s imperative that you understand what makes an SBR an SBR, and what makes AR pistols legal. It may appear to be complicated and obfuscated but the defining characteristics are pretty straight forward if you know what you’re looking for. AR-15 pistols can have barrels as short as you want them to. Personally, I own an AR-15 pistol with a 7.5-inch barrel and, while it is ridiculous, it’s a lot of fun. Over the last few years, the popularity of AR-15 pistols has grown significantly. This growth is mostly tied to the advent of stabilizing braces. Stabilizing braces turned a gaudy, heavy, and awkward gun into a stable, comfortable-to-shoot weapon. Why Would I Want One? We won’t dive too deep into the NFA, but the section that concerns this article is the law that rifles must have 16-inch barrels, or else they are regulated under the NFA. So, if you wanted an AR-15 with a 7.5-inch barrel, you’d have to pay a tax stamp, ask for permission, and wait for 3 to 6 months for approval. Once approved you could then own an SBR. Or you could just buy an AR pistol and skip all that. There are a lot of other reasons you might want an AR pistol, besides just the tax stamp.
Designed by Bill Wilson and Wilson Combat engineers, and thoroughly tested by our team of designers, champion shooters and external industry experts, the EDC X9 offers discriminating shooters 1911 match-grade accuracy, superior ergonomics, and concealability with modern service pistol capacity and reliability. Making it the superior choice for everyday carry. Wilson Combat has redefined the defensive handgun with the EDC X9, a modern hybrid of our EDC 9 1911 slide assembly mated with the all new high-capacity X-frame. This groundbreaking design combines the accuracy, ergonomics and trigger pull of the classic 1911 design with enhanced reliability, and concealable, high capacity performance. Designed by Bill Wilson and Wilson Combat engineers, the X-frame is a 15-round, high capacity 9mm 1911 frame that is similar in size to a traditional compact, single stack 1911. The X-frame is machined at Wilson Combat from T6-7075 aluminum and accepts a high capacity magazine with a grip that is smaller in circumference than a standard 1911 while retaining traditional 1911 controls. The EDC X9 15 and 18-round, double column magazines were developed jointly with Mec-Gar, industry leaders in double column magazine design. The screwless X-frame design uses hammer spring tension to keep the aggressive traction Wilson/VZ G-10 starburst pattern grips securely in place. The result is a highly concealable, high capacity pistol frame that completely disassembles for cleaning with only a single punch without screws or frame bushings and a more natural, oval grip shape. The EDC X9 slide assembly is from our single stack EDC 9 pistol with Wilson Combat’s ERS “Enhanced Reliability System” for 9mm 1911’s. The ERS is tailored to the varying power level of 9mm ammunition and maintains impressive reliability in all conditions, even when heavily fouled and low on lubrication. Other features include a Tri-Top slide profile with user-replaceable front sight, single lug tapered cone match-grade 1911 barrel, rear Tactical Adjustable Battlesight and a rugged, user-serviceable external extractor. The ergonomic design of the X-frame grip in conjunction with an enlarged trigger guard window and your choice of radiused trigger pad length fits all hand sizes comfortably and improves recoil control. The EDC X9 front and back strap are machined with the Wilson Combat X-Tac tread pattern that provides a comfortable but tactile grip in all shooting conditions. The EDC X9 will fit the majority of holsters on the market designed for 4” or 4.25” 1911 pistols and is offered with or without an accessory rail. Thoroughly tested by our team of designers, champion shooters and external industry experts, the Wilson Combat EDC X9 offers discriminating shooters 1911 match-grade accuracy, superior ergonomics and concealability combined with modern service pistol capacity and reliability. High-Capacity Compact Size Aluminum X-Frame with Reliability Enhanced Frame Rails Unique X-TAC Frontstrap/Mainspring Housing Treatment Concealment Bullet Proof® Hammer Bullet Proof® Thumb Safety 3 ½# - 4 ½# Crisp Trigger Pull with Medium Length Pad Bullet Proof® Magazine Release Black G10 Aggressive Starburst Grips with Pewter Medallions 4” Stainless Steel Tri-Top Slide with External Extractor - DLC Finish Unique X-TAC Rear & Front Cocking Serration Treatment on Slide Heavy Machine Chamfer on Bottom of Slide Elevation Adjustable Tactical Battlesight with Fiber Optic Front Sight with 4-40 Hex Head Cap Screw 4” Stainless Cone Barrel with Reliability Enhancing Lock-up, Flush Cut Reverse Crown Fluted Chamber Fluted Barrel 30 LPI Slide Top Serrations 40 LPI Serrated Rear of Slide Carry Cuts/Ball Endmill Cuts NOT CA COMPLIANT PLEASE NOTE: It is the purchaser’s responsibility to obtain a transferring FFL dealer to complete this purchase. Please have your FFL email us a copy of their FFL as soon as your order is placed. FFL's can be emailed to email@example.com. Make sure your name and order confirmation # are clearly indicated in the email to avoid any processing delays.
This pistol started its life in 1991 (Date Code NZ) at the Fabrique Nationale Herstal manufactureing facility in Belgium, and was then sent to Viana, Portugal for final assembly and test firing. Finding this pistol in this date rage in this condition has been a long process, but we only wanted the very best Hi-Power pistols for this project. It came to us new in the box condition, with a perfect barrel, as did all of the pistols we used for the project. These are just exceptional examples and the highest quality of the Browing Hi-Power manufactured during their exceptionally long production life, from 1935-2018, the second longest produced pistol in history, only being outdone by the Colt 1911. We started this project off trying to collect several of the finest examples of modern Hi-Power Pistols we could find. That took about 6 months, and about another 12 months to have the custom work done at NightHawk. They performed the following work on each of these pistols for us, to our exacting expectations, using the same gun smith for each of these guns, Master Gun Smith Steven Cox. Nighthawk decided back in early 2015 not to try to re-invent the perfect double stack, but to improve upon the Browning Hi Power. This classic design offers perfect balance, size and fire power, with an impressive 13/15 round magazine capacity. We took one of the most revered pistols of all time and made it better. The results of our efforts have improved accuracy, reliability, durability, and esthetics! One Gun, One Gunsmith.™ FEATURES: Hand Textured(Stippled) Frame and Trigger Guard Hand Textured Slide Top and Rear of the Slide Custom Extended Beavertail (this included completely reworking and cutting the frame) Contoured Magwell French Border Reliability Enhancement Job Hand Fit The Slide To The Reworked Frame Heinie Slant Pro Black Rear Sight Nighthawk (14K) Solid Gold Bead Front Sight Crowned Target Barrel 25 LPI Serrated Mag Release Competition Steel Hammer, Improved Sear Lever, and Trigger Custom 4 lb. Crisp Trigger Job Cera Kote Satin Rust Resistant Finish Custom Black Nighthawk G10 Grips with NH Logo Four 15 round Italian Mec-Gar Magazines Test Fire For Exacting Accuracy Pistol bag Original Factory Grips CALIBER 9 MM SAFETY AMBI MAGAZINE CAPACITY 15 REAR SIGHT, HEINIE BLACK SLANT PRO FRONT SIGHT, GOLD BEAD FINISH, CERAKOTE