Beretta 92 G Model Conversion Kit


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Beretta 92 G Model Conversion Kit

This kit includes all the parts needed to convert your 92F to a 92G "Decock Only" model, including the G-Model Decock Levers in black or NP3. 


DISCLAIMER: We recommend that this product as well as all other firearms parts & kits sold by Langdon Tactical be installed by a competent pistolsmith. No liability is expressed or implied for ANY damage or injury which may result from improper installation or use of this product. Installation of any firearm parts may limit or void the manufacturers warranty. We strongly recommend that the safety and operation of your modified handgun be thoroughly checked by an accredited gunsmith prior to use.

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  • 3
    Brigadier PSA

    Posted by Dan on May 24th 2024

    If you're installing this on a Brigadier slide, be advised that you will have to do some serious fitting to the right lever. When driving in the roll pin (last step of installation) the lever will bind against the slide, making it nearly impossible to move. When I contacted Langdon Tactical about this they said it was an issue of tolerance stacking, but the new one they sent had the same problem. There are other reports of this on the internet. If you have some patience with a small file, a fine grit stone, and some cold blue you can make it work. I only need to fit the right lever. I removed some material from the edge of the cylindrical part (perhaps unnecessarily) and a lot from the underside of the lever itself, then touched up with a little cold blue. It now works as it should and doesn't rub against the slide.

  • 4
    92 G conversion

    Posted by Tyler Peterson on Dec 23rd 2021

    Hello, I purchased this, arrived within a week, good quality. Used J Helmsing's video on youtube to learn how to install it. Had to do it twice because when I disassembled the slide, a part of the firing pin came out that I did not know needed to be put back in. So I got it all installed, it didn't work, then I realized and took it apart, put the piece back in, then put it back together again. Whole process took me about three and a half hours. If you're good at this stuff it should take you less, and bear in mind that I had to do it twice.

  • 5
    G model conversion

    Posted by Anonymous on Feb 1st 2021

    Excellent product!!!!! Works great. The only thing is the whole assembly is black in color but plungers are gray. Other than that it’s good quality.

  • 1
    92 G kit

    Posted by Les Deibert on Dec 28th 2020

    I waited along time to receive this kit, and I received an extended mag release!!!!!!!! LTT Response: Due to the Holidays all shipping carriers had delays. As for the wrong part, we apologize and have sent the correct one out to you.

  • 5
    Beretta 92 G Model Conversion Kit

    Posted by Hector Pedrosa on Dec 28th 2020

    Kudos to Langdon Tactical for offering this wonderful item in silver finish (np3) to match my beloved 92 Stainless pistol. Thanks!!!

  • 5
    What i expect from beretta perfect

    Posted by Jay on Dec 9th 2020

    Must have patience to install works flawless

  • 5
    Great for Competition or SD!

    Posted by Moe on Dec 3rd 2020

    I bought this to make my thumb happy as I trained to use my legacy INOX 92FS in a competition. Mission Accomplished! Now that I have it, I think it is absolutely needed if you intend to do any holster work with your 92. Installation was not as bad as I feared. I used the "Beretta 92 G Conversion Installation / DIY" YouTube video from J Helmsing, and I got it installed without drama. Thanks EL!

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by JavTheJackal on Nov 17th 2020

    Easy conversion. Practical solution.

  • 5
    Go'll never go back.

    Posted by Ken on Oct 7th 2020

    I decided to tackle this myself, and drum roll please, it wasn't really a big deal to install. It took me about 20 minutes, but I was sitting at my desk watching a YouTube video (J Helmsing channel) for step by step instructions. I think this could easily be a 10 minute job with a little experience. All you'll need is a small punch and hammer, and a small screwdriver to help mash a detent down. The kit comes with two of every spring and detent, Beretta must figure you'll launch one into orbit doing the install. I think the average gun owner can do this conversion without too much difficulty. Just sit there and watch the video, take your time, and you can save yourself a month wait for a gunsmith to do it for you.