Trigger Job in a Bag - 92/96/M9 Series

$165.00 - $230.00
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Trigger Job in a Bag from LTT is available for the 92, 96 and M9 Series Pistols. After several thousand trigger jobs on Beretta 92s and PX4s, Langdon Tactical Technology offer’s the "Trigger Job in a Bag". We polish and hand-stone all of the components that are part of the firing mechanism.  The Trigger Job in a Bag is about 80% of what we do when we don't have the actual firearms. 

To make a purchase, please select one option from each group: 

92, 96 and M9 Series Trigger Job in a Bag includes: Trigger Bar, Hammer, Sear, Sear Spring, Trigger Spring, Hammer Strut, and the Reduced Power Hammer Spring.

PLEASE SEE OUR FAQ Page for model listings to verify the TJIB will work for you.

Common Customer Confusion:
Customer: I already have these parts, so I don't need everything in this kit. 

Answer: Yes, you do need this entire kit. The parts you have have not been worked on. Yes, the parts started the same, but we do work on the individual parts in the kit for 80% of what we can do if we have the gun itself. 


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  • 5

    Posted by Matt S on Mar 31st 2020

    This is my second kit I've ordered. Went with the NP3 and Wilson Hammer. Outstanding. Smooth and clean. Highly Recommend. You won't be disappointed.

  • 5
    Elite LTT

    Posted by Tim Mc. on Mar 23rd 2020

    Love it! Got 1 for my son inlaw's FS. We're going to get it installed soon.

  • 5
    Beretta 92 series TJIAB

    Posted by Randall S on Feb 22nd 2020

    It was a very easy install on my m9a1. Just going through a functions check after install, I could tell this was well worth the money. You won’t regret this purchase.

  • 5
    Trigger in bag np3 coating

    Posted by BRIAN Hurley on Feb 20th 2020

    It took my tigger pull and divide it in half I would recommend to anyone who wanted a better trigger pull

  • 3
    trigger job in a bag

    Posted by Garry Zacharias on Feb 19th 2020

    Found install very difficult. Video pictures were not good enough. Results ok.

  • 5
    Trigger job in a bag

    Posted by Michael L Brown on Jan 27th 2020

    The trigger job in a bag that purchased has been excelent, it has transformed my shooting experience with my elite LTT I am really happy with the results. I installed the kit myself following the video instructions I cant believe how smooth the trigger is thanks for all your help.

  • 5
    TJIAB - Beretta M9

    Posted by Sho on Jan 19th 2020

    This kit is worth the money. I just installed it and have yet to try it out live fire, but for dry fire, the difference is night and day.

    Before I bought this, I had a D hammer spring and Wolff trigger conversion spring in the gun and I thought that this was good.

    The DA/SA from the LTT TJIB significantly reduced weight on both, and the reset is so much shorter now.
    If you're on the fence about it, just do it.

    The kit I ordered was:
    -Elite II Hammer
    -LTT Optimized Performance Trigger Bar
    -12# spring

  • 5
    Awesome Trigger Job

    Posted by Eric on Jan 6th 2020

    I don’t know what to say that hasn’t been said already. This has been by far the best upgrade I’ve made to my 92. I can’t recommend it enough. If you’re on the fence just do it. You won’t be disappointed that’s for sure. Super smooth DA pull and the SA is ridiculously good now as well.

  • 5
    92X Centurion - TJIAB

    Posted by Bobby on Dec 31st 2019

    This is a drop in for the 92X line just released. Mine required minor sanding (400 grit on a pencil) of the trigger bar to release the hammer in DA. This is what you want so you can get it to the very edge for your specific pistol. Sand a little, install, test, repeat.

    End result is the best DA trigger I have ever had in a gun. I have the 13# spring for CCW, and I am every bit as fast with my DA draw to first shot as I was with my strikers. These products are not only top notch, but so are Ernest's instructions for installation, and platform training. My hat's off to LTT.