Langdon Tactical Introduces Optimized Trigger Bar for the Beretta PX4

    Do you carry a Beretta PX4? Have you been looking for a simple trigger upgrade? Well, Pheonix-based Langdon Tactical may have the trigger bar for you. Langdon have previously brought trigger improvements for Beretta’s iconic Model 92 now they’re looking to improve one of Beretta’s more recent pistols.

    Langdon Tactical have introduced the Optimized Performance Trigger Bar for the PX4, which they say provides the “best possible performance for the polymer DA/SA pistol”.

    Langdon Tactical Optimized Performance Trigger Bar for the PX4 (Langdon Tactical)

    Here’s what Langdon Tactical have to say about their OPTB:

    Langdon Tactical has revolutionized the Beretta PX4 platform again, with the brand new Optimized Performance Trigger Bar (OPTB). Following the success of the 92 series Optimized Performance Trigger Bar released last year, the company has meticulously reengineered the PX4’s trigger bar to provide the best possible performance for the polymer DA/SA pistol.

    The LTT Optimized Performance Trigger Bar for the PX4 reduces reset to less than a tenth of an inch in single action and significantly reduced overtravel, setting a new standard for the Beretta PX4 Platform.

    The PX4 OPTB is machined from A2 tool steel, heat treated to a Rockwell hardness rating of 52 HRC, and finished with an NP3 coating, producing an incredibly durable bar that will last through years of hard use.

    Langdon Tactical’s NP3 PX4 Optimized Performance Trigger Bar is available now for 9 mm and .40 cal PX4 pistols as an option on the Langdon Tactical PX4 Carry & Compact Carry models, LTT’s PX4 Trigger Job in a Bag kit, and individually for an MSRP of $67.00 at

    Installing the Langdon Optimized Performance Trigger Bar should be performed by a qualified gunsmith or by the team at Langdon Tactical.


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    The Optimized Performance Trigger Bar is available from Langdon Tactical now, priced at $67.00 MSRP. Find out more at

    Are you a Beretta PX4 owner? Does the new trigger bar from Langdon Tactical interest you? Let us know in the comments below!

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