The caliber or gauge of the firearm is clearly marked on the barrels of shotguns and on the slide or barrel of pistols. The use of reloaded or remanufactured
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3APXENCONTENTS USER MANUAL BASIC SAFETY RULES ..6CONTROLS AND COMPONENTS ..10AMMUNITION 12LOADING AND FIRING .13DESCRIPTION ..18 GENERAL OPERATION 24MAINTENANCE 34TROUBLESHOOTING 36PART LIST 38MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI NORME DI SICUREZZA BASILARI .44COMANDI E COMPONENTI PRINCIPALI .48MUNIZIONAMENTO ..50CARICARE, SPARARE, SCARICARE 51DESCRIZIONE ..56FUNZIONAMENTO .62MANUTENZIONE .73RICERCA DEI GUASTI ..75LISTA PARTI 76MODE D™EMPLOI REGLES DE SECURITE DE BASE ..82 COMMANDES ET COMPOSANTS 86MUNITIONS 88CHARGER ET TIRER .89DESCRIPTION ..94 FONCTIONNEMENT GÉNÉRAL 100 ENTRETIEN 111INCONVENIENTS, CAUSES ET REMEDES ..113 LISTE DES PIÈCES .. 114 MANUAL DE INTRUCCIONES NORMAS BÁSICAS DE SEGURIDAD .120 CONTROLES Y COMPONENTES ..124 MUNICIONES .126 CARGAR Y DISPARAR ..127 DESCRIPCIÓN 132 FUNCIONAMIENTO GENERAL .138 MANTENIMIENTO 149 INCONVENIENTES, CAUSAS Y REMEDIOS 151LISTA DE PIEZAS 152 BEDIENUNGSHANDBUCH GRUNDLEGENDE SICHERHEITSREGELN .158 SICHERUNGEN UND BAUTEILE ..162 MUNITION .164 LADEN UND SCHIESSEN 165 BESCHREIBUNG ..170 ALLGEMEINER BETRIEB .176 PFLEGE ..186 STÖRUNGEN, URSACHEN UND ABHILFE .189 TEILELISTE ..190
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4APXENWARNING , CAUTION and Notice headings are defined as follows: WARNING: The purpose of a WARNING is to draw attention to a potential dangerous situation that could result in personal injury. CAUTION: A CAUTION concerns potential damage to firearm. Notice: A NOTICE highlights important procedures and statements that require more emphasis than general text. This manual and its figures refer to the APX Full size pistol. The terms right and left are intended to describe the firearm when it is grasped. This manual™s contents may be changed without notice.
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5APXEN Notice: always keep this manual with your firearm. Include it with the pistol when it changes ownership or when it is loaned or presented to another person. Notice: The Manufacturer and/or its Local Official Distribu -tors assume no responsibility for product malfunction or for physi -cal injury or property damage resulting in whole or in part from criminal or negligent use of the product, improper or careless handling, unauthorized modifications, use of defective, improper, hand-loaded, reloaded or remanufactured ammunition*, customer abuse or neglect of the product, or other influences beyond manu -facturer™s direct and immediate control. *See paragraph ﬁAmmunitionﬂ. WARNING: lways ensure safety Œ if present WARNING: ALL FIREARMS HAVE LETHAL POTENTIAL. READ THE BASIC SAFETY RULES CAREFULLY AND UNDER-STAND THEM FULLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO USE THIS FIREARM. Notice: In addition to the Basic Safety Rules, there are other Safety Rules pertaining to the loading, unloading, disassembly, as-sembly and use of this firearm, located throughout this manual. WARNING: READ THE ENTIRE MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS FIREARM. MAKE SURE THAT ANY PER- SON USING OR HAVING ACCESS TO THIS FIREARM READS AND UNDERSTANDS ALL OF THIS MANUAL PRIOR TO USE OR ACCESS. Notice: we recommend the use of original Beretta spare parts and accessories. The use of other manufacturer™s spare parts and accessories could cause malfunctions and/or breakages that will not be covered by the beretta warranty.
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6APXENBASIC SAFETY RULES WARNING: PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL BEFORE HAN -DLING YOUR FIREARM. WARNING: FIREARMS CAN BE DANGEROUS AND CAN POTENTIALLY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY, DAMAGE TO PROP -ERTY OR DEATH, IF HANDLED IMPROPERLY. THE FOLLOW -ING SAFETY RULES ARE AN IMPORTANT REMINDER THAT FIREARM SAFETY IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. 1. NEVER POINT A FIREARM AT SOMETHING THAT IS NOT SAFE TO SHOOT. Never let the muzzle of a firearm point at any part of your body or at another person. This is espe -cially important when loading or unloading the firearm. When you are shooting at a target, know what is behind it. Some bullets can travel over a mile. If you miss your target or if the bullet penetrates the target, it is your responsibility to ensure that the shot does not cause unintended injury or damage. 2. ALWAYS TREAT A FIREARM AS IF IT WERE LOADED. Never assume that a firearm is unloaded. The only certain way to ensure that a firearm has the chamber(s) empty is to open the chamber and vi -sually and physically examine the inside to see if a round is present. Removing or unloading the maga -zine will not guarantee that a firearm is unloaded or cannot fire. Firearms can be checked by cycling or removing all rounds
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8APXENdamage to the barrel or accumulation of impuri -ties which can prevent use of the gun in an emer -gency. Always check the bore and chamber(s) prior to loading to ensure that they are clean and free from obstructions. Firing with an obstruction in the barrel or chamber can rupture the barrel and injure you or others nearby. In the event you hear an unusual noise when shooting, stop firing immediately, engage the manual safety and unload the firearm. Make sure the chamber and barrel are free from any obstruction, like a bul -let blocked inside the barrel due to defective or improper ammunition. 7. USE PROPER AMMUNITION. Only use factory-loaded, new ammunition manufactured to industry specifications: CIP (Europe and elsewhere), SAAMI ® (U.S.A.). Be cer -tain that each round you use is in the proper caliber or gauge and type for the particular firearm. The caliber or gauge of the firearm is clearly marked on the barrels of shotguns and on the slide or barrel of pistols. The use of reloaded or remanufactured ammunition can increase the likelihood of excessive cartridge pressures, case-head ruptures or other defects in the ammunition that can cause damage to your firearm and injury to yourself or others nearby. 8. ALWAYS WEAR PROTECTIVE GLASSES AND EARPLUGS WHEN SHOOTING. The chance that gas, gunpowder or metal frag -ments will blow back and injure a shooter who is firing a gun is rare, but the injury that can be sustained in such circumstances can be severe, including the possible loss of eyesight. A shoot -er must always wear impact resistant shooting glasses when firing any firearm. Earplugs or other high-quality hearing protectors help reduce the chance of hearing damage from shooting. 9. NEVER CLIMB A TREE, FENCE OR OB -STRUCTION WITH A LOADED FIREARM. Open and empty the chamber(s) of your firearm and engage the manual safety before climbing or descending a tree or before climbing a fence or jumping over a ditch or other obstruction. Never pull or push a loaded firearm toward yourself or
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9APXENanother person. Always unload a firearm, visually and physically check to see that the magazine, loading mechanism and chamber are un -loaded, and action is open before handing it to another person. Never take a firearm from another person unless it is unloaded, visually and physically checked to confirm it is unloaded, and the action is open. 10. AVOID ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OR JUDGMENT/REFLEX IMPAIRING MEDICA -TION WHEN SHOOTING. Do not drink and shoot. If you take medication that can impair motor reactions or judgment, do not handle a firearm while you are under the in -fluence of the medication. 11. NEVER TRANSPORT A LOADED FIREARM. Unload a firearm before putting it in a vehicle (chamber empty, magazine empty). Hunters and target shooters should load their firearm only at their destination, and only when they are ready to shoot. If you carry a firearm for self-protec -tion, leaving the chamber unloaded can reduce the chance of an unintentional discharge. 12. LEAD WARNING. Discharging firearms in poorly ventilated areas, cleaning firearms, or handling ammunition may result in exposure to lead and other substances known to cause birth defects, reproductive harm, and other serious physical injury. Have adequate ventilation at all times. Wash hands thoroughly after exposure. WARNING: It is YOUR responsibility to know and abide by Federal, State and Local laws governing the sale, transpor -tation and use of firearms in your area. WARNING: This firearm has the capability of taking your life or the life of someone else! Always be extremely careful with your firearm. An accident is almost always the result of not following basic firearm safety rules. ESPECIALLY FOR U.S. CONSUMERS : For information about Firearm Safety Courses in your area, please visit the National Rifle Association™s web site at www.nra.org.
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