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Introducing The Beretta 92 Elite LTT

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018


Phoenix, AZ (April 22, 2018) – Langdon Tactical Technology, Inc. is excited to announce the new Beretta 92 Elite LTT built by Beretta USA in partnership with Ernest Langdon. The Beretta 92 Elite LTT is the ‘Ultimate 92 Package’, incorporating many features including the M9A3/Vertec slide and the M9A1 Frame that Beretta shooters have always loved.


Together with Beretta, Langdon Tactical and Beretta have set themselves apart in the gun industry by listening to the customers and truly building what the customers want. “Beretta’s commitment to listening and building guns customers request is something shooters have hoped for from all manufacturers, says Ernest Langdon. “I think this is the most shootable platform to date. We took the favored M9A1 frame, the Vertec slide, adding front cocking serrations, and an exclusive radiused trigger guard to create the flattest and softest shooting full-size 92 package.”


The Elite LTT Features include a Vertec/M9A3 Slide with front cocking serrations, a dovetail fiber optic front sight with a square notch rear sight, a stainless 4.7 inch barrel with target crown, solid steel guide rod and a beveled rear slide. The frame is built on a M9A1 frame with checkering on front and back strap, a beveled magazine well with no lanyard loop. It includes the exclusive radiused trigger guard and rear slide rail, the ultra thin VZ/LTT G10 grips with stainless steel trigger and hex head grip screws. It comes equipped with an oversized magazine release button, a D Model Hammer Spring and skeletonized lightweight hammer.

Langdon Tactical, Inc. specializes in firearms training, consulting, custom trigger jobs and gun work. Ernest Langdon has been providing advanced tactical pistol and rifle training to military, law enforcement and civilians for almost 30 years. Langdon Tactical, Inc. combines more than 40 years of military, industry and competition experience to bring the latest in tactical shooting techniques and equipment knowledge.

For more information, visit www.langdontactical.com.

Langdon Tactical Beretta PX4 Storm Carry

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Phoenix, AZ (January 25, 2018) – Langdon Tactical Technology, Inc. announces the launch of the newly refined Beretta PX4 Full-Size as the PX4 Carry 9mm handgun. The PX4 Carry is the full-size version of the well-known Compact Carry, encompassing all of the same features and benefits in a full size package.  “Underrated is an understatement,” says Ernest Langdon, he continued “after shooting 50,000 rounds through the same PX4 Carry in one year, I truly believe this is the most underrated service pistol of modern time.”

The Langdon Tactical PX4 Carry includes AmeriGlo Night Sights, Talon Grips, Beretta Competition Trigger Group, Stealth Levers, Extended Mag Button, Reduced Weight Hammer Spring, and Sniper Gray Cerakote Slide. It is shipping with two 17-round magazines and one 20-round magazine.


Langdon Tactical Technology specializes in firearms training, customer trigger jobs on Beretta 92/96’s and PX4’s. Langdon is well known for his work on double-action hammer fired pistols and is happy to be offering these services again. For more information, check out www.langdontactical.com.

Wilson Combat – Ultimate Action Tune Kit, Beretta 90 Series

Monday, July 6th, 2015

The Wilson Combat Beretta Ultimate Action Tune Kit will enhance the trigger pull of any Beretta 90/92/96 series handguns. Featuring their re-engineered enhanced design trigger bar which increases hammer arc at the point of sear let off for increased ignition reliability in double and single action mode and also reduces trigger overtravel. This machined, fully hardened part requires minor fitting.


The reduced power chrome silicon hammer springs and standard power trigger return spring will hold their tension much longer than conventional factory-spec springs and the array of supplied hammer spring weights can be tailored to the ammunition and trigger pull that you prefer.

12#, 13#, 14# Chrome Silicon hammer springs, standard weight chrome silicon trigger return spring and Wilson Combat enhanced trigger bar are included.


Beretta Unveils Striker Fired Pistol at IDEX

Tuesday, February 24th, 2015

Beretta is publicly unveiling their full-sized, striker fired pistol at IDEX in the UAE but it was shown to select clients at SHOT Show. With the US Army’s love affair with the 92 all but over, the APX is just in time for the Joint Combat Pistol.


The introduction of the APX model completes the company’s full size pistol portfolio and positions Beretta as the world’s premier small arms manufacturer. Beretta has manufactured semi-automatic pistols since 1915 and is now one of the very few manufacturers to offer full size polymer and metallic framed handguns in both hammer and striker fired operating systems.

Beretta elected to debut its new APX striker fired pistol at the upcoming IDEX Show (International Defence Exhibition & Conference) in Abu Dhabi because it is one of the most important shows for the international defense sector. “With the show opening February 22, IDEX is one of the first venues where defense contractors present their wares to worldwide military customers and Beretta felt this was the ideal environment to present the international offering of its APX pistol,” stated Carlo Ferlito, General Manager of Beretta and Beretta Defense Technologies (BDT) Vice President.

Designed specifically for military and law enforcement operators, the APX has been put through extensive testing and evaluation at the professional end-user level.

Carlo Ferlito explained that Beretta places paramount importance on performance and wanted to ensure they built a product to meet the operator’s specific needs. “Beretta waited to enter the striker fired market until we had a pistol we knew would meet the needs of the operator. The APX has been more than three years in development. We tested it extensively with professional end users and incorporated that feedback at every opportunity. The result is a pistol platform that delivers superior performance in durability, reliability, accuracy and ergonomics.”

Beretta intends to submit a variant of the APX shown at IDEX to the upcoming US Army Modular Handgun System. “Of course we will continue to develop the APX to take into consideration the final specifications of the MHS as they become known,” stated Gabriele De Plano, Vice President of Beretta Defense Technologies (BDT) USA Marketing and Operations.

The APX striker fired pistol has been developed to match military and law enforcement needs but is not just for these customers, Beretta intends to market a variant for the commercial market later this year. This addition to Beretta’s pistol line will further cement the company’s position as one of the world’s leading small arms manufacturers.

Beretta Announces The M9A3 Pistol

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014


Recently, Beretta has announced the M9A3, the next generation of the M9 US Military Service Pistol. The M9A3 is being submitted via an Engineering Change Proposal (ECP) in accordance with the terms of the current M9 contract.

“The M9A3 represents the next generation military handgun utilizing the best of the legacy M9 combined with proven COTS modifications that increase performance and durability” stated Gabriele de Plano, Vice President of Military Marketing and Sales for Beretta USA. Mr. de Plano added, “After listening closely to the needs of U.S. Army and other Service small arms representatives, we determined the M9, much like its counterpart legacy weapon systems (M4, M16, M240, etc.), was capable of being upgraded through material and design changes. The resulting M9A3 we are offering to the DOD will likely cost less than the current M9 and answer almost all of the Services’ enhanced handgun requirements.”

The M9A3 features:

– A thinner grip
– Removeable, modular wrap-around grip
– 1913 accessory rail
– Removable front and rear tritium sights
– Extended barrel with threading for a suppressor
– 17-round sand-resistant magazine
– Improvement to various small components
– Comes in an Earth Tone finish

Additionally, an LE/Civilian variant will be launched at SHOT Show 2015, and is expected to be commercially available sometime in second quarter 2015.

For more information, check out www.beretta.com/en-us/m9a3

Beretta Presents: Human Technology

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

That’s some craftsmanship.

Tactical-Life.com & Panteao Productions Present – Beretta ARX100

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

Beretta ARX100

Tactical-Life.com and Panteao Productions got some excellent video coverage during SHOT Show and we thought it would be great to share it with our readers here at SSD. This week, it’s the Beretta ARX100, a multi-caliber piston carbine featuring a polymer chassis, ambidextrous controls, a side folding buttstock.

The ARX100 is the civilian version of the AR160 adopted by the Italian military. Interestingly, it accepts AR magazines. In addition to a full length Picatinny rail, it also utilizes pins which means no tools to break it down.

For the full story, visit www.tactical-life.com/magazines/beretta-arx100-5-56mm.

How Did The Beretta M9 Show Up In ‘Lone Survivor?’

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

How Did The Beretta M9 Show Up In ‘Lone Survivor?’ That’s the question being asked.

At the time of Operation ‘Red Wings’ which is the subject of the hit movie ‘Lone Survivor’, SEALs were toting SIG P226s, not M9 Berettas. Hollywood prop houses have loads of different guns, including SIGs, and any recent action movie will attest to that. So how did it get there? Rumor has it that M9 manufacturer Beretta paid the movie’s producers an undisclosed sum of money (some say in the high 5 figures) to have their weapon included. In fact, Brand-in Entertainment has bragged about the Beretta’s insertion on their website. It’s just brand placement right? So much for insisting on accuracy.

M9 in Lone Survivor

An M9 is clearly visible on the belt of Michael Murphy (Taylor Kitsch) in the opening scene and later again, when a SEAL draws his handgun while ordering one of the Chinook pilots to not turn around.