|Full name||Beretta ARX160|
|Country of origin||Italy|
|Manufacturer||Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta (Beretta)|
|Faction||Griffin & Kryuger|
|Voice actor||Hagihara Ami|
|Released on||CN, TW, KR, EN, JP|
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How to obtain
NORMALHEAVY Timer 3:15:00. See T-Doll Production for details.
DROP Obtainable from E3, E4 in Operation Cube. Eventually became available in heavy production on July 6th 2017 (CN).
REWARD Not obtained as a reward
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Conventional layout light-weight modular assault rifle presented to the Italian Armed Forces by Beretta. Launched in 2008, in hope to replace the older AR70 in the Italian Army and to gain international contracts, Beretta developed the ARX160 based on the previous product AR70/90, aimed to improve ergonomics and performance while reducing weight and dimensions from it's predecessor. The A2 variant of rifle is slowly becoming the standard servicing arms in several branches of the Italian Armed Forces.
The ARX160 is a gas-operated rotating bolt operated rifle designed to be able to refit to fire different calibre cartridge, ARX160 is able to cover an effective range up to 500 metres, achieving a rate of fire of 700 rounds per minute. Primary cartridge is the 5.56x45mm NATO rounds, but unlike the other modular NATO rifle projects such as HK416/417 that would use the 7.62x51mm NATO, the secondary cartridge of choice for the ARX is the Soviet 7.62x39mm M43. Though note that the modular kit that converts and allows ARX to fire the M43 was introduced in 2012, adaptation of other calibres such as the Soviet 5.45x39mm M74 and the 6.8mm Remington were planned but later on cancelled, two civilian semi automatic only variant that cannot exchange parts with the ARX160 make use of the .223 Remington (ARX100) and .22 Long Rifle cartridges (ARX160 22LR) separately.
Due to the unusual combination of cartridge calibre, the magazine housing of the ARX accepts the NATO STANAG/C-Mag for the 5.56 NATO feeding and the AK47/AKM/RPK magazine for the 7.62 M43 feeding, a Kalashnikov style "behind the well" mag release can also be fitted to further improve user experience. ARX is made fully ambidextrous, mechanisms such as STANAG style magazine release, charging handle, bolt release and safety switch are all accessible on both sides, even the empty shell ejection port can be changed to either side of the gun. Picatinny rails can be found along the top of the gun, side and bottom of the barrel, able to mount various combat accessories and optics, back-up iron sights are available should the user not have optics. ARX160's project also give birth to a 40mm grenade launcher called GLX160, made specially to fit on the rails under the barrel of ARX160. Buttstock of the ARX160 can be adjusted, A2 variant's buttstock can even be folded.
Many other military/law enforcement units in the other countries have also adopted ARX160 into service, ARX was also amongst the candidates in both the US Army carbine competition to replace the M4 Carbine and the French Army's competition to replace the FAMAS, the rifle saw a little bit of live action with the NATO involvement in the war in Afghanistan.
- Similar to the French FAMAS, the bayonet issued to the ARX-160 is also mounted above the barrel.
- A derivative project of the ARX-160 named the ARX-200 is under development, it will be a battle rifle designed to fire the 7.62x51mm NATO munition.
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