Trigger Job in a Bag - 92/96/M9 Series
- Langdon Tactical
Trigger Job in a Bag - 92/96/M9 Series
EFFECTIVE April 10, 2020: Due to high demand, expected delivery on these items is 2-5 business days on black and 2-3 weeks on NP3. Your patience is appreciated.
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 to smooth and lighten your trigger pull in DA/SA. The Trigger Job in a Bag is about 80% of what we do when we don't have the actual firearms. You can also do a full NP3 upgrade to your pistol that includes a 'Trigger Job' with this kit.
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.
To make a purchase, please select one option from each group:
- Finish: this is the finish and color of the metal parts in the Trigger Job in a Bag.
- Black (factory)
- NP3 (nickel teflon/stainless color)
- Hammer Option:
- Trigger Bar:
- Hammer Spring Weight:
With the following hammer springs, your DA/SA pull weight will be approximately
- 12# DA: 5.6 to 6.4lbs
- 13# DA: 6.3 to 7lbs
- 14# DA: 7 to 7.5lbs
- Single Action for all: 3.5 - 4lbs
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.
DELIVERY TIMES: 2-5 business days
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This is hands down the best upgrade for the 92FS. The trigger is significantly better in DA and SA. It really feels like a completely different gun. I would say pay close attention to the direction of the sear spring. Don't be an idiot like me and put it in backwards! Once the spring was reinstalled correctly, the gun shot beautifully. Mr.Langdon has an installation video as well which is efficient and very logical. I would have saved myself some trouble by watching it first!
Initially excited to install the trigger job in a bag and run my 92FS in competition. Currently experiencing erratic return to DA when gun should be in SA after firing first round. Additionally, after gun returns to SA, bursts of 3 rounds will fire, then return to semi-auto. Definitely an issue, awaiting a call back form Tech Support. Will update review upon resolution.
LTT Response; Hi Guy, we gave you a call back and left a voicemail. You put the sear spring in backwards, that is why the gun is going auto. Once switched and in the correct position, you're all set! If you are still having trouble installing it correctly, we recommend you contact a local gunsmith to help you install it.
The trigger job makes the double action feel so much smoother and the reset is short and crisp. A few hundred rounds through the gun after installation and I’m very pleased.
Incredible product, huge difference in trigger action, plus improved my accuracy!
I ordered and installed the TJIAB for my new 92FS. Really smooth. I’m kinda handy which helped navigate the nice but kinda lame Ernest YouTube video. If you get stuck (“which way does that tiny spring go that Ernest flipped in the gun but didn’t actually show us?!” ), there are other part-by-part 92 videos by others on YouTube to find that help immensely.
It’s a costly upgrade but a HUGE positive difference. It’s legit folks. Thanks Ernest & team!
Absolutely amazing, no problem fitting into the gun a 92x. I don't have any way to measure the pull but the #13 spring feels slightly lighter than stock but leagues smoother. The trigger feels like butter and my wife said as much too, reset is crisp and single action is sharp and light. The TJIAB is the best trigger I've ever felt and now I've got an itch for an LTT elite.