[NRA 2018] Beretta Introduces Langdon Tactical 92 Elite LTT and PX4 Storm LTT

Rachel Y
by Rachel Y

Ernest Langdon, best known for his mastery of Beretta handguns as well as his custom trigger jobs, has spent the past 5 years working with the Italian-born firearms manufacturer to create the “Ultimate 92”. Enter, the Beretta 92 Elite LTT.

The "Ultimate 92" package in the M9A1 frame/M9A3 slide configuration.

The Frame

The M9A1 frame boasts checkered front and back straps with no lanyard loop, a radiused trigger guard, and an oversized magazine release – all in steel components (no metal injected molding).

Langdon says he chose the Vertec over the Brigadier for the weight difference. Less weight = less movement. The VZ G10 grips are extremely thin with a direct checker pattern for both function and asthetics.

The D model trigger spring is available for after-market purchase.

The M9A1 frame boasts checkered front and back straps with no lanyard loop, a radiused trigger guard, and an oversized magazine release - all in steel components.

The Slide

The sights on the slide showcase a fiber optic front and blacked out rear, allowing the shooter to find and maintain their sight picture with speed and accuracy. The 4.7″ stainless steel target crown, steel guide rod, and beveled rear of the slide round out the new configuration.

The 4.7 stainless steel target crown, steel guide rod, and beveled rear of the slide round out the new configuration.

92 Elite LTT – Where to buy

The 92 Elite LTT has an MSRP of $1100. The first 500 will be sold exclusively through Langdon Tactical, Inc (LTI), beginning in late June, early July 2018.

The ltt PX4 Storm Compact/Sub compact

LTI also put it’s stamp of approval on the recently PX4 Storm in either Compact or Sub-Compact, sporting talon grips with the LTT engraving and a Type G Stealth Lever kit (for the low-profile decock only). A competition trigger and cold-hammer forged barrel on this DA/SA pistol make for a formidable combination.

The use of a rotary barrel (as opposed to the more commonly used Browning-style tilt barrel) mitigates recoil by converting linear motion into rotational. The orange tritium front sight and blacked out square rear sight on the Cerakote grey slide complete the LTI interpretation of the PX4.

An example of a rotary barrel. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia

The LTT Compact Carry version is available now through either LTI or any Beretta dealer with an MSRP of $799 to start with. 5 different trigger pack levels will also be available.

The LTI PX4 Storm in Compact or reintroduced Sub-Compact.

About Langdon Tactical

Langdon Tactical, Inc. specializes in firearms training, consulting, custom trigger jobs and gun work. Ernest Langdon has been providing advanced tactical pistol and rifle training to military, law enforcement and civilians for almost 30 years. Langdon Tactical, Inc. combines more than 40 years of military, industry and competition experience to bring the latest in tactical shooting techniques and equipment knowledge.

Learn more about Ernest Langdon and Langdon Tactical here.

Ernest Langdon (brown shirt, center) goes over the differences between the M9A3 and the 92 Elite LTT at NRA 2018.
Rachel Y
Rachel Y

Rachel Young is a 4x Best Selling Author. She and her husband John co-own an FFL/SOT showroom and machine shop in Tennessee, specializing in ARs, AR parts, and AR accessories.

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  • TalbotFarwell TalbotFarwell on May 09, 2018

    $1100... that's actually not as bad a price tag as I expected. But I can't decide if I want this more, or the Wilson Combat one more.

  • Steve_7 Steve_7 on May 12, 2018

    Bill Wilson called, he wants his idea back.

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