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Thread: Beretta introducing a Langdon Tactical 92!

  1. #1211
    Quote Originally Posted by SW CQB 45 View Post
    Damn. The exact gun I would want with two guns still for sale to pay for it.

    It is sold.

    To be clear guys, these guns (the Elite LTTs) have better lock up that I have ever seen from Beretta. While they may make a few mistakes here and there with cosmetic stuff, the barrels are being done better than ever. Guys are winning matches left and right and a buddy of mine is consistently shooting sub 2" groups at 25 Yards. His best so far is 1.21"!
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  2. #1212
    Quote Originally Posted by GhastlyTT View Post
    You can supply a .45 for him to convert @ https://www.langdontactical.com/px4-...ct-conversion/

    Buy online, have shipped to LTT for conversion, then LTT ships to your FFL for transfer?

    Seems my original post wasn't clear. I was wishing I could buy one predone from his site. (a friend/LGS has two people wanting LTT guns after mine came in and their needing three to become a dealer which they are wanting. He has been trying to talk me into another, "one is zero, two is one", but I would rather a PX4, just because same as my carry preference)
    Also, I have a couple trigger bars already for the .45, so I would really only need a partial trigger job from his website.

  3. #1213
    @LangdonTactical - I was just able to open up the case on my new LTT Elite for the first time since receiving it. Everything looks good except the firing pin block lever. It's rusty. My PX4 CC had Robar NP3 on that lever, so I don't know if this is normal, but it sticks out like a sore thumb in an otherwise clean and new firearm. Thoughts?

  4. #1214
    The DA trigger on mine has noticeably improved since I go it, mostly from dry fire, as it's only seen a couple hundred live rounds. It's now not much worse than the DA trigger on my training partner's gun with the trigger job. His is still smoother and slightly lighter but the difference isn't as pronounced as it was when I first got mine. I'll hold off on the TJIAB for a while longer just to see how nice my trigger gets just from being more and more broken in. A part of me wishes my agency issued Beretta 92s so I'd have a reason to carry my LTT Elite off duty.
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  5. #1215
    Quote Originally Posted by badf00d View Post
    @LangdonTactical - I was just able to open up the case on my new LTT Elite for the first time since receiving it. Everything looks good except the firing pin block lever. It's rusty. My PX4 CC had Robar NP3 on that lever, so I don't know if this is normal, but it sticks out like a sore thumb in an otherwise clean and new firearm. Thoughts?

    Are you sure it is "rust"? The newer FP Block Levers have a brownish finish that is sometimes inconsistent in color. Some just look brown while others have some black spotting on them. They are small parts that are batch finished, so the rinse can make them look spotty sometimes.

    It the finish on it rough? Can you see rust growing, or does it just look a little brownish in color?
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  6. #1216
    Quote Originally Posted by LangdonTactical View Post
    Are you sure it is "rust"? The newer FP Block Levers have a brownish finish that is sometimes inconsistent in color. Some just look brown while others have some black spotting on them. They are small parts that are batch finished, so the rinse can make them look spotty sometimes.

    It the finish on it rough? Can you see rust growing, or does it just look a little brownish in color?
    I emailed you a couple of photos I took last night. I'm at work right now, but can check out the texture when I get home tonight.

  7. #1217
    The LTT with the trigger work is finally in my hands. Wow.

    I have handled a friend's 92fs some time back and was NOT a fan of the pistol. The sights sucked, the frame was sharp the trigger was unremarkable, and even with large hands the grip was still huge. Just considering the LTT was risk for me. However I am glad that I took it. This pistol is what the 92 should be. It literally address and fixes EVERY complaint I have had with the 92 series.

    I have had the TDA bug for a few years now and run the gamut of other brands, even the ones I liked were never guns that I just wanted to shoot. I want to shoot this one. Work requirements will keep me Glock oriented, but I see a lot of range time in the LTT's future. I have not been this excited about a gun in a long time.

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