Beretta ARX 160 Carbine Review
Part 2 - What's In The Box
July 26, 2015

Beretta ARX 160 Review

In this part of my Beretta ARX 160 review, I show the components that came in the box along with documenting the "as received" condition of the firearm.  The Beretta ARX 160 Carbine came boxed as shown below.


Figure 1
Beretta ARX 160 Box

The end of the box had stickers showing the information below.  I think the top sticker may have been one applied by and the sticker under the clear tape by Beretta.  You can ignore the 18.5" markings on the top label because they are incorrect.  The barrel length per the Beretta website is 18".

  • Model Code: JXR21800
  • Model Name: Beretta ARX 160 Carbine
  • Serial Number: Shown

Figure 2
Beretta ARX 160 Stickers

Inside the box was a black hard case as shown below.

Figure 3
Beretta ARX 160 Case

The case had the same Beretta sticker as the outside of the box.

Figure 4
Beretta ARX 160 Case Sticker

When I opened the case, the components were packed as shown below.

Figure 5
Beretta ARX 160 Case Opened

The components in the case were:

Figure 6
Beretta ARX 160 Items in Case

These next photos document the "as received" condition of the ARX 160 Carbine (rifle).  It came in great condition just like you would expect for a new rifle.  Clicking on these photos or typically any others in my reviews will bring up a high resolution photo allowing you to study some of the details yourself.

Figure 7
Beretta ARX 160 Top View

Figure 8
Beretta ARX 160 Right View

Figure 9
Beretta ARX 160 Bottom View

Figure 10
Beretta ARX 160 Left View


First Impressions

Like many firearms that have a non-traditional look, I thought the Beretta ARX 160 Carbine looked great.  I was impressed with the build quality of this rifle for what I thought was just going to be a replica firearm.  Maybe I didn't have high expectations because this was my first experience with one of Walther's replica firearms, yet I was very pleased.  I was also surprised at how light weight the rifle felt when compared to its perceived size.  The height of the stock seems to give it a heavier look.  Last, I was glad to see that the rifle felt solid and sturdy.  After deploying the sights, I felt like the rear sight had too much width, but I would need some range time to really decide if this is an issue for me.

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