Trigger Job in a Bag - Beretta 92 Series

$165.00 - $225.00
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SKU:
LTT-TIB-92

After several thousand trigger jobs on Beretta 92s and PX4s, LTT has the process down to a formula. We now offer what we call "Trigger Job in a Bag". Purchase this kit to receive all of the important parts involved in a trigger job that are pre-polished and stoned to give you close to the same trigger job you would get if you sent it to us. The Trigger in a bag will not work on a 92S that was built in Italy.  

92 Series Trigger Job in a Bag includes; Wilson Combat Ultimate Trigger bar, Elite II hammer, Sear, Sear Spring, Trigger Spring, Hammer Strut, and Wilson Combat Reduced Power Hammer Spring.

DUE TO HIGH DEMAND, APPROXIMATE DELIVERY at this time is approx. 5-10 business days.

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

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  • 5
    A great way to get a great trigger job!

    Posted by Bob Rockefeller on Dec 1st 2018

    No need to send your gun off to Langdon Tactical or even a local gunsmith. This DYI installation takes a few minutes and makes such a huge difference in a stock pistol as to be just what others have said - nearly magic, except we know it's LTT's science. I installed it in My 92 Compact L and could not be happier.

  • 5
    Better than advertised

    Posted by Me on Nov 27th 2018

    Best double DA/SA action I have ever tried on my Beretta's. Just purchased the third one.

  • 5
    Marty Edmondson

    Posted by Marty Edmondson on Nov 19th 2018

    Arrived today and just installed it. It took about 20 minutes. Lyman says DA a little over 6lbs and SA a little under 4lbs. An amazingly super sweet 92 trigger! Thanks LTT!

  • 5
    92 Trigger job in a bag

    Posted by Steven Walters on Nov 5th 2018

    Installed in my M9a1, very recommended great trigger! If I can install it anyone can. If you have a 92 series this is a must have.

  • 5
    TRIGGER JOB IN A BAG

    Posted by Gary on Oct 17th 2018

    I installed a Trigger Job in a Bag in my Beretta 92 Elite II.
    I watched the video about installing the kit and the recommendation to use a small crochet hook was very helpful with installing the trigger spring.
    The results are amazing. The trigger is much smoother in both DA and SA. I ended up using the 13# hammer spring and am very happy with the results.

  • 4
    Trigger Job in a Bag

    Posted by kariedwards65@yahoo.com on Oct 8th 2018

    Noticed quite a bit of difference and this made the trigger much easier and smoother.

  • 5
    Trigger Job In A Bag - Beretta M9A3

    Posted by Scott on Oct 3rd 2018

    I have never written a review however this product is so good I must share my experience with it. After installing the the trigger kit in my M9A3 I have more confidence with it than any other handgun I currently own and have owned (which is embarrasingly too high for me to share) and the M9A3 is my favorite handgun to shoot. I have been shooting tighter groups with the M9A3 than my VP9 and Glocks with red dots. Amazingly impressed with the smoothness of the DA and the smooth break of the SA. If you think this is too much or not worth the cost, YOU ARE WRONG. Now I want to pick one up for a 92 compact and likely another for a PX4 compact. BUY IT!

  • 5
    Langdon TJIB

    Posted by Chase DeCroo on Sep 11th 2018

    WOW! Simply amazing what E.L. and Co. can do by polishing a few parts! If you own a 90 series Beretta, I wholeheartedly recommend you spend the coin to make your trigger THE BEST DA/SA Trigger you've ever pulled. It outshines the "action tunes" from other companies! I personally run 2 of these with 13lb hammer springs.

  • 5
    Trigger job in a bag

    Posted by Seth Blakeman on Sep 11th 2018

    The trigger job in a bag works as advertised and I am very happy with it. I installed it in about 45 mins and it greatly reduces the trigger pull. For a while I just relied on the “D spring conversion” and the Langdon Trigger job in a bag blows that away. The quality of the parts and polishing is evident. I have a second 92a1 and I’ll be purchasing another trigger kit soon. I compete in pistol matches and I can’t wait to try it at the next match, thanks LTT.