Now Available – Langdon Tactical 92 Elite LTT RDO Slide

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The LTT RDO Slide (Photo Courtesy of Alex Chu)

There’s no doubt that if you run a Beretta 92, you’ve heard of Langdon Tactical Technology (LTT). If not, get on that. They’re known for doing things a little different, as Will pointed out. Their latest offering is one that 92 guys and gals have been asking for. LTT is now offering the standalone 92 Elite LTT Red Dot Optic Ready Slide, or RDO Slide, if I want to avoid carpal tunnel.

You asked for it and Langdon Tactical Technology (LTT) listened. The standalone 92 Elite LTT Red Dot Optic Ready Slide (Full-Size) is now available for purchase.

What Stands Out About the Standalone RDO Slide

First, all you 92 nerds need to take a hit of that inhaler. All good? Let’s begin. The LTT RDO Slide is going to run you $572 naked. Take another hit off that inhaler. The RDO Slide will come to you ready to go. Once you install your optic, barrel, and recoil assembly, just slap it on your frame and get to slapping steel. The slides are finished in black Cerakote, and come with the Trijicon RMR footprint adapter plate installed for you.

Unfortunately, only full-size slides are available for now, but the compact slides are coming. The full-size RDO Slide will work on the 92 FS and later models. Hold your horses if you have a 92A1 or 92s, though, as these are not compatible, as the A1’s are thicker. Along with the naked slides, Langdon Tactical barrels, recoil springs, and guide rods can be added to your order if you are completing a full build. You can find those on their website, as well. LTT is very clear about compatibility and suggestions for those with older guns, as well as shipping times. All of this can be found on the RDO product page. While you’re feverishly trying to buy one before they get backed up, hit up their Instagram and Facebook pages.

Nic L
Nic L

Stemming from his childhood love of WWII history, Nic's passion for firearms continues to grow as his maturity level recedes. He has competed in local USPSA, IDPA, and rifle competitions, and has an almost unnatural affection for Rosie, his Gen3 Glock 19. @the_brutal_rooster

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  • Eiler Eiler on Oct 29, 2020

    If the reason to purchase is to mount a red dot sight then I'd say consider a dovetail mount as a far more affordable alternative. I have used the dovetail sights on Glocks and Sigs with no issues over thousands of rounds. They simply work fine when properly installed. Yes, the sight is higher but it's a reasonable tradeoff for many. Dovetail mounts are also available for the Beretta 92.

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    • Eiler Eiler on Oct 29, 2020

      @Nathan Kennison Not following you here as the dovetail mount only replaces the rear sight with the RDS mount above the slide. There is no milling or alteration to the slide, just the sight removal. Leupold makes a Beretta 92 dovetail mount for the Delta Point Pro.

  • JJJingleheimerSchmidt JJJingleheimerSchmidt on Oct 29, 2020

    Why is that so strangely appealing even with the deformity of the front sight marring the normally graceful Italian lines? No, must stay strong and resist the siren appeal.