Make Your Beretta 92 Even Faster: LTT’s Optimized Performance Trigger Bar

Langdon Tactical Technology (LTT), famous for their Beretta upgrades, has come out with a new “Optimized Performance Trigger Bar” which reduces reset distance and overtravel for the Beretta 92 Series Pistols. By carefully reengineering the trigger bar, LTT has shortened trigger reset to a minuscule 1/10 of an inch.  

The Optimized Performance Trigger Bar from LTT greatly reduces both reset distance as well as overtravel for the Beretta 92 Series Pistols. (Photo: LTT)

The Optimized Performance Trigger Bar enhances trigger feel with a black nitride base under dura-lube diamond-like coating (DLC).  This treatment hardens the surface of the trigger bar and provides a polished-like smooth interface for a trigger pull that glides.  A silver-nickel-Teflon NP3 coating option is also available.

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Unlike other trigger bars, the Optimized Performance Trigger Bar installs easily in about two minutes and is compatible with Beretta 92F and later models including the Compact and Centurion, but not the 92S.  Minor fitting may be required on some variants.

Check out the video for more information:

I have trained with Ernest Langdon and shot a few thousand rounds from his peerless Beretta 92 Elite. Being an Army guy, I had a rocky relationship with the M-9 trigger. The design is inherently accurate, but a rough trigger can negate that. Most of the guns I shot were old with heavy, gritty triggers. The difference a good trigger makes is literally hit or miss. LTT can make almost any Beretta a shooter.

You can get your very own LTT Optimized Performance Trigger Bar HERE. MSRP: $67.

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About the author: Mark Miller is a former Customs Agent and a Green Beret who served in Afghanistan and a number of other live fire locations. A student of firearms and shooting, he is an FFL and a SOT. The guiding philosophy of his life is that terrain and situation dictate tactics and the enemy always gets a vote on any plan.

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  • Richard Burgtt July 21, 2019, 6:16 am

    what about a 92 SB?

  • Robert Weber July 18, 2019, 9:17 am

    The Beretta 92’s should come from factory with short reset like all Canik pistols do. My TP9DA has a 1/16″ reset from factory.

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