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.
Black: In stock - Shipping in 2-5 Business Days
NP3: In stock with Wilson Trigger Bar - Shipping in 2-5 Business Days
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In combination with the Wilson Tactical Short Reach Trigger, my 92FS now resets like a Sig P226 with an SRT. Installation required some filing on the hammer for the DA to function properly as mine is CA compliant model. I was able to take apart and install the new parts by watching the Langdon videos. Definitely watch the Langdon video on where to file the hammer to get the DA working if having problems.
I recently ordered a black trigger job in a bag. It worked excellently and dropped into the gun just fine for my unprofessional hands. You may want to be careful with some of the small springs that can fly away for those unaware (as usual with guns, they have small tiny springs in places that tend to fly around the room).
It took me roughly an hour, the sear spring install was a bit tough to get lined up. As for the trigger spring, I do recommend that crochet hook idea that Ernest mentioned in the install video. Though this isn't really a knock on the product itself, maybe the install video could use a minor update (although it does have some good pictures, it's a bit dark).
I thought the M9's trigger was "good enough" after I had already installed the "D Hammer Spring," but I feel the DA/SA pull is significantly smoother and lessened weight feels much better. I have yet to try NP3, but maybe I will consider purchasing an M9A1 through them with the "CA Special" package they offer next year.
1 - this is an awesome kit; 2 - instructions are widely available; 3 - i did three this weekend - the impact on my 92s (1 LTT, 1 92X and 1 92x compact) are amazing - the double action is smooth and the single action reset is fantastic. Don't freak out - follow the video instructions and you'll have this done in a minute. One of the best DIY things I've ever tried.
Parts dropped in with zero fitment and improved DA and SA immediately. I chose a spur less hammer and a 12# mainspring & had 4 out of 500 light strikes on berdan primed steel cased ammo as one would expect. A second pull of the trigger fired each round off successfully, and all “good” boxer primed ammo fired predictably. Will order two more when available...
What a difference the trigger job did for my M9A1! Very nice DA trigger pull, around 7 lbs with a #14 hammer spring, and SA around 3-3.5 lbs. and the reset is phenomenal.
Recommend it highly.
Next on the list is probably the RDO slide.
I can not believe the chance in my gun!!! It’s just awesome!