Beretta has reintroduced the Cheetah line with a new model, the Cheetah 80X .380 pistol with a renewed focus on comfort and style.
The Beretta 80X Cheetah offers a fresh take on the classic design, featuring a sleek and modern look as well as improved features.
The pistol features an ambidextrous safety, allowing for easy use by left- and right-handed shooters, a Picatinny accessory rail, providing the option to add various accessories to the firearm, and the slide has been adjusted to reduce felt recoil, further enhancing the shooting experience.
These improvements make the Cheetah an ideal option for those who prioritize durability and reliability in a compact, ergonomic handgun.
Specs 80X Cheetah Bronze
- MSRP: $ 999.00
- Action: Single/Double
- Caliber: .380
- Rounds: 13
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The Beretta 80X Cheetah launch edition is currently available in a bronze finish, chambered in .380 with a 13-round magazine, a single/double action trigger, and comes ready-to-accept optics right out of the box.
MSRP on the Launch Edition is $999. For more information go to Beretta Cheetah 80X.
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I’ll buy the 80X Bronze in a heartbeat once they’re actually available. Don’t like the price? Buy a Kel-Tec.
A grand for a fairly large, tacticalated .380?
Explain to me why I wouldn’t buy one of the micro-9s instead.
MSRP 1k, they lost their mind. Extremely large for a .380
Now if they’d make a model without the ugly rails I’d be interested.
Way to expensive for a 380. One can buy a 92 for well under 600. I don’t see them selling many. It is a nice weapon though.