What are the best accessories for the Beretta APX? In this video Caleb takes a look at some must have items if you’re one of the shooters who added the APX to their EDC. These are the best accessories for the Beretta APX.
Before selecting accessories, you have to pick which model of APX you want. I recommend the APX RDO, specifically because it allows you to mount a red dot sight. The Trijicon RMR is always an excellent choice for carry optics. Additionally, I recommend purchasing a Surefire X300 weapon mounted light. This allows the gun to work as both a concealed carry piece and home defense gun.
The first modification is to send the gun to Boresight Solutions in Florida to have the frame stippled. Boresight offers a Competition Package that textures the gun exactly where you need it. Next, upgrade the fire control system with the reduced power striker spring from Beretta. Beretta was thoughtful and offered a lot of accessories for the APX from the jump. Unfortunately, they still do not have suppressor height sights available as of this writing. The next APX accessory is a heavy recoil spring, also manufactured by Beretta. This recoil spring assembly helps the gun track flatter in recoil and aids with shot-to-shot recovery times.
Last, we have holsters. Holster choices for the APX are a little weak, but if you’ve followed my advice and purchased an X300, you can use the Phlster Floodlight, which is designed for any gun that mounts an X300. Beretta also has holster options available on their website, including a couple of holsters that are great for competition. Ultimately, the best accessories for the Beretta APX are going to be what you need to make the gun work for you, but this video should give you a great starting point.