Beretta Adds Tiger Stripe PMXs Model

Daniel Y
by Daniel Y

Beretta has a new variant of the PMXs, this time in tiger stripe. This new cosmetic variation has an MSRP of $1399. Let’s take a look at the PMXs more generally along with this new model.

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The PMXs descended from the classic PM12 submachine gun but with a modern flare. It feeds from a 30-round magazine and has Picatinny accessory rails at the 3, 6, and 9 o’clock positions, along with a full upper optics rail. Beretta includes two magazines in the included hard case. If you want to know more about the PMXs generally, check out this video review from our own James Reeves. The new tiger stripe model is shipping to dealers now, so keep an eye out for it at a gun store near you.

Specs:

  • Barrel Length: 6.9″
  • Overall Height: 9.8″
  • Overall Width: 2.8″
  • Weight Unloaded: 88 oz.
  • Caliber: 9X19 (PARA)
  • Action: Semi-Auto
  • Firing Mechanism: Hammer Fired
  • Overall Length: 16.4″
  • Sight Radius: 10″

From the manufacturer:

AFTER YEARS OF REFINEMENT of the PMX for military and law enforcement agencies around the globe, the PMXs has been translated into a semi-automatic pistol variant for civilian and modern sporting applications. The PMXs is a highly reliable and proven direct blow-back design, coupled with modern polymer components to enhance durability and save weight. Packed with versatile features such as fully ambidextrous controls for user adaptability, multiple attachment points such as QD and sling mounts, and a ½” x 28 tpi threaded barrel for accepting 9mm muzzle devices. Built for reliability, durability, and performance demanded by NATO qualifications, PMXs is one of the most adaptive pistol platforms that guarantees performance in any operating environment. The Beretta PMXs comes with two 30 round magazines.


All images from Beretta.

Daniel Y
Daniel Y

AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.

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