92 Elite LTT Compact


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92 Elite LTT Compact

The Beretta 92 Compact is the compact version of the Elite LTT Full Size, meaning it has a shorter slide, barrel, and frame. The Beretta 92 Elite series guns are built in partnership with Ernest Langdon of Langdon Tactical and are the 'Ultimate 92 Package', incorporating many features including the Vertec/M9A3 slide and M9A1 Frame that Beretta shooters have always loved.

Trying to decide which set-up you want? Check out this video that reviews all the options listed above.

Please review this page in full for all Elite LTT features and details: 

  • The 92 Elite LTT with LTT Trigger Job will come with a 13# Chrome Silicon Hammer Spring. Want a different weight hammer spring? Please indicate that in the notes at checkout. 
  • The 92 Elite LTT with LTT Trigger Job & NP3 comes as above, with the addition of all metal parts NP3 coated (excluding the frame, slide, & barrel).
  • The Elite LTT Carry Bevel includes both the LTT Trigger Job and NP3, as well as our full carry bevel (rounding of all external sharp edges, magwell bevel, and trigger guard radius) and finished off with a black cerakote. 
  • If you want your firearm to have the safety, please add this product to your cart as well. 
  • The Elite LTT comes with (3) 15-round or 10-round Mec-Gar magazines (Choose Magazine Capacity Above). If you order the NP3 or Carry Bevel version - these models will ship with 3 (15rd) NP3 Magazines.
  • All of the above options are available with the LTT RDO Cut here: LTT RDO 92

Approximate Trigger Pull Weight:

  • DA: 6.3 to 7lbs
  • SA: 3.5 to 4lbs

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Elite LTT Compact Features:






  • Shortened 92G Vertec Slide
  • Front Cocking Serrations
  • G-Model Decock only
  • Dovetailed Fiber Optic Front Sight (.110 inch wide serrated)
  • Square Notch Serrated Rear Sight
  • Stainless 4.25" inch Barrel with Target Crown<
  • Solid Steel Guide Rod
  • Beveled Rear Slide
  • Compact M9A1 Frame
  • Exclusive Radiused Trigger Guard
  • Stainless Steel Trigger
  • Checkering on the front and back strap
  • Spurless Hammer
  • Ultra Thin VZ/LTT G10 Grips
  • Stainless Steel Hex Head Grip Screws
  • Beveled Magazine Well
  • D Model Hammer Spring
  • Flush Main Spring Cap (No Lanyard Loop)
  • Oversized Magazine Release Button


  • Action: Single/Double
  • Barrel length (in): 4.25
  • Caliber: 9x19 (PARA)
  • Grip Width: 1.3"
  • Magazine Capacity: 10–15 rds (Incl 3)
  • Overall height (in): 5.4”
  • Overall length (in): 7.75”
  • Overall width (in): 1.5"
  • Sight radius (in): 5.75”
  • Weight unloaded (OZ): 28.5 oz



  • 92 Elite LTT Compact with Trigger Job:2-5 business days 
  • 92 Elite LTT Compact with NP3: 2-5 business days
  • 92 Elite LTT Compact with Carry Bevel: 4-6 weeks 
  • If you can add it to your cart and checkout, we have a gun for you! If it's out of stock, please add your email to the wishlist!

Please see our Firearms Purchase Policy prior to checking out - by purchasing a firearm from LTT you confirm that you have read and understand our Firearms Purchase Policy.


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  • 5
    92 ltt

    Posted by Joseph Houseman on Dec 29th 2020

    This gun is beyond my expectations. I got the full package. I am a novice but getting better and learning this fire arm. Have pumped a few hundred rounds it’s perfect. Just wish I could shoot as well as Ernest lol. Love the gun.

  • 5
    New shooter in Massachusetts

    Posted by Michael Bayless on Dec 22nd 2020

    I have done a ton of reach on pistols and how they operate, and what would be good CCW for a new firearms LTC cardholder. I have looked at the Sig P320 compact- P365, Smith Wesson shield, and the beretta PXStrom. In my limited knowledge about firearms, I did not want a striker fire for my 1st CCW. I have read a ton about the DA/SA trigger, and the transition between the two is hard to master. My preference has a hammer - DA/SA; I went to the range yesterday with my new Compact Elite and put 50 rounds down range at 6 yards- only in Double Action ( I am not ready yet for SA). I hit the target with some accuracy, and with the proper training classes, I will become proficient. Buying this fine-tune instrument was the best choice for me. I hope other new shooters will research and buy a Beretta for their 1sr firearm and not follow a trend. My Beretta will be an extension of my body, mind, and soul with time and practice. -

  • 5
    Unsure about getting a 92? Get an LTT

    Posted by Shaun D on Dec 11th 2020

    As a longtime shooter, I always wanted to like the 92. I appreciated the merits of the design; its shooting impulse and reliability. And, as someone who grew up watching too many 80s action flicks, I wanted one for the 'cool factor,' as well. But as much as I tried, the ergonomics didn't work for me--a shooter with hands that are more comfortable with a Glock 19 or CZP01. And the trigger and stock sights were less than enthralling. I took a chance on an LTT 92 compact and I couldn't be happier. It's already in the running to replace my tried and true carry gun and become my EDC. The trigger and sights are perfect. The grips fit my hand perfectly. Most importantly: its a fun gun to take to the range. Thanks to Langdon I was able to indulge my 80s "gun nerd" nostalgia, while also growing to appreciate--and utilize--a platform that I always wanted to have. If you're looking to do the same-- get an LTT. Best money that I spent on a handgun out of the gate.

  • 5
    92 Elite LTT Compact

    Posted by parnie Verenis on Dec 1st 2020

    outstanding craftmanship backed by knowledge. This is what I expected, what I paid for and what I got. Great job, LTT

  • 5
    Love the feel of the gun and the trigger pull is smooth as butter.

    Posted by Steve Portney on Dec 1st 2020

    I can’t wait to hear that you get the PX4back in stock after the first of the year I’m looking forward to buy one.

  • 5
    Beretta LTT 92C

    Posted by Greg Stern on Nov 5th 2020

    Fantastic gun. Superb finish, thoughtful adjustments. A fine carry gun or collectors’ piece (although it would be a shame not to use it for edc). Thanks very much!

  • 5
    92 Elite LTT Compact

    Posted by George L Garcia on Nov 3rd 2020

    Lovely gun. Superb ergonomics.

  • 5
    Why Own Anything Less Than the Best

    Posted by Michael D. on Oct 6th 2020

    Caveat: I'm a very new shooter. I've been learning on a beat-up rental 92A1, and while I loved it and shot it fairly well (at least in SA) it was pretty hard to get ahold of, even having larger hands. This remedies that issue. Everything on the gun feels more comfortable and easy to reach (especially the mag release), I can get my hands around the grip much more easily, and the trigger, sights and not having the safety to futz with are a huge improvement. The DA pull is smooth and easy and has removed any and all excuses for my poor DA results (pure recoil anticipation). When I get out of the gun's way it's surgically accurate. I don't know if these mags are different than what was in my rental A1, but I can fully load all 15 rounds into these pretty quickly and without killing my hands. On the A1 I tapped out at about 6 rounds. The whole gun reeks of quality and you don't need to be an expert marksman to see and feel that. On top of everything else it just looks beautiful and makes me want to train with it far more than I can afford to ammo-wise. Customer service with LTT when I had to change my FFL was fast and accommodating. The wait was also far less than expected. From the time I ordered to the time it shipped was 11 days. When (if) more PX4 CCs come in I plan to own one of those as well, and my wanting to do business again tells you everything you need to know.

  • 5
    92 Elite LTT Compact

    Posted by Brent Smithers on Oct 5th 2020

    I have owned several handguns over the years, some fairly expensive and some pretty cheap. Strange as it may sound, some of the cheaper ones were may favorites. I was hesitant at first to purchase the LTT Compact because of the price but I'm sure glad I did. This is one "fairly expensive" handgun that is worth every penny. Everything about this gun is top notch from the trigger (I got the Langdon trigger job and it is amazing) to the grips, slide and just general finish. This is a quality handgun and may be the best I've ever owned, even though I've paid more in the past for other guns. I couldn't be happier with my purchase and will probably be purchasing more from Langdon Tactical in the near future.

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