The Beretta 92 Elite LTT spiffs up the Beretta 92 design with upgrades from Lagdon Tacatical Technology. (Photo: Langdon Tactical Technology)
Beretta USA and Langdon Tactical Technology joined forces to release a tricked out Beretta 92, aptly named the Beretta 92 Elite LTT.
In what the companies are calling the “ultimate 92 package,” the Beretta 92 Elite LTT utilizes a Vertec/M93A slide paired with a M9A1 frame. The gun boasts front cocking serrations and a dovetailed fiber optic front sight with square notch serrated rear sight.
The pistol is equipped with a stainless steel trigger. (Photo: Langdon Tactical Technology)
The Beretta 92 Elite LTT sports a stainless steel 4.7-inch barrel with target crown and a solid steel guide rod. Moving down the frame, the pistol uses an exclusive radiused trigger guard with stainless steel trigger. Equipped with Ultra Thin VZ/LTT G10 grips, the handgun is outfitted with a beveled magazine well and oversized magazine release button. Aesthetically, the design is topped off with a skeletonized hammer.
The pistol, built in partnership with Ernest Langdon, will come in two options — the Elite LTT and Elite LTT with LTT trigger job. Langdon Tactical says its taking pre-orders currently, with delivery estimated in 8 to 10 weeks.
The base model Elite LTT retails for $999 while the trigger job model comes in at a cool $1,164.
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