Langdon Tactical brings Trigger Job in a Bag to Beretta shooters

01/8/19 2:30 AM | by

The Trigger Job in a Bag comes with all the components needed for a Langdon style trigger job. (Photo: Lagdon Tactical)

Langdon Tactical brings Beretta shooters a means to achieve a Langdon Tactical trigger job without having to send off a favored gun.

Known as the Trigger Job in a Bag, Langdon Tactical Technology delivers packaged parts to local gun smiths. The “polished and stoned parts” are the same ones the company would install on a Beretta 92 or PX4 sent in for a trigger job, but the Trigger Job in a Bag means Beretta owners spend less time apart from their gun.

“Trigger Job in a Bag provides the same parts selected and finished by Langdon Tactical Technology in a package ready for a local gunsmith to install,” Langdon Tactical Technology said in a press release. “For many this means less time waiting and more time on the range.”

The Beretta PX4, left, and 92 FS, right. (Photo: Beretta)

The Trigger Job in a Bag comes in two flavors — one for the 92 series and the other for the PX4. The 92 Series Trigger Job in a Bag comes with Wilson Combat Ultimate Trigger Bar, Elite II Hammer, Sear, Sear Spring, Trigger Spring, Hammer Strut, and Wilson Combat Reduced Power Hammer Spring (12, 13, or 14-pound options). This setup does allow gun owners to upgrade to a Wilson Deluxe Hammer if desired. This particular kit is not compatible with Italian-built 92S models.

The PX4 bag includes a Beretta Competition Trigger Group, Wilson Chrome Silicon Trigger Spring (11 or 12-pound options) and a Beretta Trigger Bar.

The 92 Series option is priced between $165 and $225 depending on options while the PX4 is priced at $165.

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