Trigger Job in a Bag - Springfield Armory XDE

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The Langdon Tactical Trigger Job in a Bag greatly enhances trigger feel and performance without sacrificing safety or reliability. Double-action pull is reduced by 2lbs while the safety of both factory reset and over travel distances is retained. The LTT Trigger Job Kit for the Springfield Armory XD-E also further enhances Springfield Armory's Low Effort Slide by reducing the effort needed to rack the slide and cock the hammer even further. this will work on the 9mm and .45 Caliber XD-E's. 

 The LTT Trigger Job Kit for the Springfield Armory XD-E includes:

  • Hammer
  • Hammer Spring Guide
  • Hammer Spring Support
  • Trigger Bar
  • Hammer Spring
  • Low-profile hammer
  • Option of two different hammer spring weights. 
    • 20% reduction weight 12.7 lbs spring for reliability with US and NATO-spec ammunition. (Recommended weight for the .45 caliber)
    • 25% reduction weight 12 lbs spring provides reliability with US-Spec Ammunition

Installation by a competent gunsmith is recommended. Install Instructions can be found here

Shipping Times: Due to a parts delay from Springfield Armory, we will not be able to deliver on this until mid-January 2020. Please let us know if you have any questions. 

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  • 5
    XDE Trigger Job in a Bag

    Posted by James on Dec 7th 2019

    I've been waiting for someone to offer a trigger improvement for this gun for some time. I haven't shot the gun with this modification yet (weather), but the parts are installed and I'm already impressed. The DA trigger pull is now about 2 lbs lighter (12.7# spring), much smoother, and with very little stacking near the break. Seems like the decocker works easier too, maybe because there is less pressure from the reduced hammer spring. Excellent product, very pleased as this is an easy gun to carry and now it will shoot a lot better for me.

  • 5
    Xde trigger job doo hicky is goooood.

    Posted by Erik Logan on Oct 2nd 2019

    Bought a used xde and threw Langdon's trigger job in. The xde has a pretty good trigger out of the box, but Langdon really is a master at his craft. I bought another trigger job in a bag and plan on putting it into a 45 model soon. I also want to buy the complete gun from Langdon eventually.... because, f*ck it.

  • 2
    I had high hopes

    Posted by Obe R. on Oct 2nd 2019

    I think I had too high of expectations for this. The install was easy enough, once I found the clip that held the decocker in place. The pistol does look better with the bobbed hammer, but that is about it. I don't really notice any change at all with the pull weight, despite installing the 12# spring. I love Double Action but have other pistols with much lighter and smoother pulls. I'm hoping with more dry firing and shooting the benefits will show and the pull will smooth out. If I had known the changes would have been imperceptible I would not have dropped the $130.

  • 5

    Posted by Jim McG on Sep 29th 2019

    Just shot my XDE for the first time after my gunsmith installed the LLT Trigger Job in the Bag. Gunsmith was impressed with the smoothness of the trigger after the install. And the 2 lb DA and 1 lb SA measured results. And I was impressed with the performance at the range. LTT has done it again.

  • 5
    XDe trigger job in a bag

    Posted by Anicus on Sep 22nd 2019

    This trigger job in a bag for the XDe makes a big difference, especially in the double action pull. It is noticeably lighter and smoother. There is still some stacking but it's feels lessened, or easier to pull through. The single action pull is lighter but otherwise the same. A significant improvement overall. I went with the 12.7 lb spring for a little extra insurance against light primer strikes. So far there have been none.

  • 5
    Video up and it is great

    Posted by ken williams on Sep 11th 2019

    Thank you far the great product and your help.

  • 5
    Xde spring kit

    Posted by David White on Sep 11th 2019

    Good install video on YouTube