Beretta 1301: Langdon Tactical Version — SHOT Show 2024

SHOT Show 2024

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Ernest Langdon brought his new and improved LTT 1301 scattergun to Range Day.

The base model, Beretta 1301 Gen 3, features a new pro-lifter and a semi-flat trigger. Added to this are the Magpul Zhukov forend and M-LOK rail mount options, enhancing ergonomics and adaptability. The shotgun also sports a Magpul Tactical Shotgun Stock, with adapters from GG&G.

For customization, the LTT 1301 offers optional optic mounts. These include mounts for RMR, Aimpoint, or 509T optics. There’s also a choice to add a GG&G six-shot side saddle for extra ammo capacity.

The model comes equipped with QDC sling mounting points. It ships with Beretta’s reliable 7-round tube, a notable change from previous versions. Additionally, this fixed extension tube model cannot be modified, aligning with certain regional regulations.

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Other key features include the Langdon Tactical Trigger Job, improving trigger smoothness and consistency. This shotgun variant includes a Condition 1 Hard Sided Case, a recent change since August 2023. Plus, it’s threaded for Beretta’s Optima Choke system.

So, to review, the LTT 1301 Standard Package includes the LTT Trigger Job, MagPul Zhukov Handguard with M-LOK, and a black Magpul Stock. GG&G provides the stock and handguard adapters, alongside the 2024 pro-lifter and semi-flat trigger.

Pricing starts $1,799 and goes up from there depending on the add-ons.

For those interested, note that the LTT 1301 cannot be sold in areas with tube capacity restrictions. For more details, visit

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