Guns New Beretta 92 Elite LTT From Langdon Tactical & Beretta Patrick Roberts April 29, 2018 1 Comments, Join the Conversation When we think about the Beretta 92 series of pistols, four people come to mind, John McClain, Martin Riggs, Dave Harrington, and Ernest Langdon. Since McClain and Riggs are fictional and Super Dave already has a Beretta that bears his name (The Beretta 92G-SD) Ernest Langdon took a stab at building the perfect 92 series Beretta with his new 92 Elite LTT. Had the producers of the Lethal Weapon TV show not ruined everything by giving Martin Riggs an HK VP9, this would have been the perfect pistol for our favorite reckless detective in our totally irrelevant opinion. (Fair warning, we have a soft spot in my heart for tricked out Berettas.) *Stares in disappointment* Beretta nerds will instantly recognize the Vertec slide with front cocking serrations (yes, please!) and probably also spot the dovetailed fiber optic front sight as well. The safety has been replaced with a G model de-cocker making inadvertent application of the safety no longer a problem. Good ol' Ernest might have hit it out of the park with this one. Other slight changes to the Beretta 92 Elite LTT are a 4.7-inch stainless barrel with a target crown similar to the Elite II as well as a stainless steel trigger in place of that plastic thing that has been making its way onto Berettas in recent years. Ernest also fitted a solid steel guide rod to add a touch of weight in the right places. Foward serrations, a Vertec slide, and an M9A1 frame? What isn't to like? Langdon used a flush spring cap to keep the butt of the gun clutter free as well as beveling the mag well to ease mag insertions. The Elite LTT also gets a nicely checkered backstrap, an M9A1 frame with a light rail to hold all the lumens, and several more slight touches to take the 92 series to the next level. Sliding a fresh mag into that void should be easy as pie. One of the slight touches that most Beretta shooters can agree is probably the most impactful, the slight radius on the underside of the trigger guard. While this might seem insignificant, you have to remember that without the radiused edges Beretta normally includes two knife edges on the bottom of the trigger guard that eat your middle finger on long range days. No more sharp edges on the bottom of the trigger guard! If you are the type that has to have all the specs and isn't satisfied with the Beretta 92 Elite LTT's good looks, not only does Ernest tell you all about the gun himself in the below video, but we have included all of the specs that your heart might desire below that. Elite LTT Features: SLIDE: Vertec/M9A3 Slide Front Cocking Serrations G-Model Decock only Dovetailed Fiber Optic Front Sight (.110 inch wide serrated) Square Notch Serrated Rear Sight Stainless 4.7 inch Barrel with Target Crown Solid Steel Guide Rod Beveled Rear Slide FRAME: M9A1 Frame Exclusive Radiused Trigger Guard Stainless Steel Trigger Checkering on the front and back strap Skeletonized Hammer Ultra Thin VZ/LTT G10 Grips Stainless Steel Hex Head Grip Screws Beveled Magazine Well D Model Hammer Spring Flush Main Spring Cap (No Lanyard Loop) Oversized Magazine Release Button Elite LTT with an LTT Trigger Job will come with a 13# Chrome Silicon Hammer Spring. Pre-orders for the Beretta 92 Elite LTT are live on the Langdon Tactical website now. The Elite LTT carries an MSRP of $999 for the base pistol and increases to $1,164 if you add an LTT trigger job to the pistol. Explore RECOILweb:Juggernaut Defense Ruggedizes Smartphone for the BattlefieldPress Release: Shield Sights All Glass Lens now a Standard OptionLEAKED: Vortex Razor HD Gen III 1-10 LPVO ScopeWin the SilencerCo + Noveske + Aimpoint "Dream Rifle" NEXT STEP: Download Your Free Target Pack from RECOILFor years, RECOIL magazine has treated its readers to a full-size (sometimes full color!) shooting target tucked into each big issue. Now we've compiled over 50 of our most popular targets into this one digital PDF download. From handgun drills to AR-15 practice, these 50+ targets have you covered. Print off as many as you like (ammo not included). Get your pack of 50 Print-at-Home targets when you subscribe to the RECOIL email newsletter. We'll send you weekly updates on guns, gear, industry news, and special offers from leading manufacturers - your guide to the firearms lifestyle.You want this. Trust Us.