Custom Gun Work- Springfield Armory XD-E
The LTT Trigger Job is available for your Springfield Armory XD-E pistols.
LTT takes an uncompromising approach with our custom gun work. When it comes to your firearm, every detail is meticulously crafted and fine-tuned for a better fit and finish to optimize all the pieces and parts that mass production and assembly can never reproduce.
The result? A firearm that gives shooters unparalleled performance and an elite upper hand.
Custom Gun Work Ordering Instructions:
1) First, place your deposit for the order by selecting the product on this page and checking out - If you selected 'Yes, please send me a shipping label!' PLEASE allow 24 hours (M-F) for your label to be sent.
2) Next, fill out our custom gunwork order form and print the confirmation email you receive upon completion - include this with your firearm.
For any additions you would like to request that are not on the order form, please write them in the comments box on the order form and we will contact you if we can't meet your requests or if we have any questions or something is unclear, we will call you with questions.
3) Once you have your shipping label, pack up your firearm, a copy of your custom gunwork order form, and a copy of your driver's license and ship your package to the address listed on the form.
ALL ORDERS SUBMITTED REQUIRE THAT THE FIREARM ARRIVE to LANGDON TACTICAL WITHIN 7-10 BUSINESS DAYS. YOU WILL FORFEIT YOUR DEPOSIT IF FIREARM IS NOT RECEIVED IN SPECIFIED TIME.
Trigger Job and/or Slide Cerakote: 3-6 Weeks from receipt of firearm
Sight Install: 1-3 Weeks from receipt of firearm
Lead times compound with additional options.
Still have questions? Check our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page for more information!
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From the factory, brand new, the double action trigger pull was terrible even after 200 round break-in. Called customer service and was told that Springfield had no trigger rework available for the XD-E, it is what it is. Found Langdon Tactical from online search for XD-E Trigger Jobs. I hated to put more money into a new firearm; Langdon turned the XD-E from an expensive paperweight into a fine EDC weapon. Aimee was outstanding on the phone or email in answering all my questions concerning shipping and delivery. Good website and GREAT gunsmiths; I carry the XD-E with Full confidence now.
Owned XDE for about a year. When I bought it I put around 50 rounds through it. Thought it was a nice gun and put it in vault where it stayed. Learned about Langdon tactical from the Lucky Gunner website. I saw that they upgraded Berettas’ and was interested. When they announced the upgrades to the XDE. I called right away and sent mine in. Figured that whatever they did to the gun could only make it better. WOW! What a difference. The trigger is like as smooth as glass. I’ve taken it to the range twice since I got it back. I think this might be my new favorite semi auto. I’m primarily a revolver guy but I love shooting this thing. I have now included it in my carry rotation. Can’t say enough nice things about Langdon Tactical and my “new” XDE.
I sent my XD-E to LTT to have the trigger job conducted. I am very pleased with the work itself. The trigger on the XD-E is definitely much better. I do have a couple complaints though. One would be the outrageous return shipping cost. I shipped the gun to LTT for less than $12 and when it was returned, LTT charged my card $41.89 for the return shipping. That ultimately made a worthwhile investment in my firearm’s trigger system a little too much. If I would have known the return shipping was going to be so high, I would have passed on getting the work done. I was also told on the phone before I sent the gun in that the bobbed hammer was included in the trigger job. I was contacted after the gun arrived at LTT and told that it wasn’t included and a mistake had been made by the person I spoke to on the phone. The bobbed hammer ran me another $55 on top of the $130 trigger job.
I’m a proud and satisfied owner of a Beretta 92G Elite LTT, but this XD-E trigger job experience left me a little sour.