I don't recall seeing a discussion on this pistol, so if there is one I sincerely apologize...
I mentioned the gun in another thread, but frankly I was so smitten by the thing when our shop got a couple in that I'm moved to post a little about the gun. Just like the earlier Ernie Langdon makeover of the PX4 Storm, he's taken a 92 and done a work over for that venerable pistol platform as well. Basically raided the Beretta parts bins and built his version of a Franken92 using the choicest of components. Nice trigger, nice handling, nice everything. Wish we had ordered more so I could've bought one, but oh well...
After buying a Brig Tac and a Cen Tac, both with the action tune, I bought one of the first LTTs, and opted for the trigger job. It is the smoothest TDA trigger I have ever felt, even though not as light as the triggers on my Wilsons. It is an outstanding pistol!!
After shooting my WCs my P226 Legion became a safe queen, and then was sold. These Berettas have a better SA trigger than my SAO Legion.
Posts: 2233 | Location: Troy, MI | Registered: October 18, 2005
I bought mine last week. I have only been able to put a couple hundred rounds thru it so far but its a very accurate pistol. Good trigger, great sights and the grips make it fit my hand like a glove. I own 4 92 variants, M9, 92FS, Inox Brig, and the LTT. The Langdon is my favorite.
What is the difference between the new Langdon 92G Elite LTT and the Brigadier Elite II? As I understand it, both our Langdon designed guns just a few years apart. I’m sure there are differences but Google isn’t cooperating with my limited search skills.
One major difference and probably the main one is that the "LTT" does not have a Brigadier slide. Also, if I recall correctly, the Elite II did not have a rail. And, the LTT uses the new Beretta G style lever instead of the original G decocker parts.
Posts: 3872 | Location: NC | Registered: December 20, 2004
Originally posted by cyberiad: One major difference and probably the main one is that the "LTT" does not have a Brigadier slide. Also, if I recall correctly, the Elite II did not have a rail. And, the LTT uses the new Beretta G style lever instead of the original G decocker parts.
Thanks. I should have mentioned outside of the obvious rail. I have a 96 Elite II and it is a superb weapon. I imagine the new Langdon Elite LTT is equally superb.
What is the difference between the two slides? As I recall, the Brigadier silde was heavier and thus preferred for the 40 S&W.