Beretta® PX4 Spurless Hammer


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Beretta® PX4 Spurless Hammer

PLEASE NOTE: This hammer MAY require some fitting for proper install and function - we recommend that this and all other parts be fitted (if necessary) & installed by a competent gunsmith. No returns will be accepted on any opened parts. 


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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  • 5
    Spurless hammer

    Posted by David Frazier on Feb 11th 2020

    Fits great, looks great. Gives that extra assurance that you'll have less chance of printing or snagging on your clothes. Everything from LLT is great, I just wish I would have known about you guys ling ago as I've primarily made all of my purchases from Beretta USA for all of my upgrades. Ps, please make available the trigger bar for separate purchase.

  • 4
    Spurless hammer

    Posted by John Blazer on Jun 4th 2019

    Great addition! Makes CC with no printing. Presents a nice low profile. I’m pleased with LTT products/additions

  • 5
    Functionality & Installation

    Posted by Steven Horton on May 8th 2019

    If you want to finish snag proofing a Compact Carry you should to install the Spurless Hammer. The fit & finish is top notch. You can expect a flush fit to the back of the slide. I ordered black and it is an exact match to the other black items on the pistol. Install is not difficult if you have prior gunsmith experience. If you do not, pay special attention to the hammer retaining pin as it is easy to lose. Also, use videos on YouTube associated with a PX4 trigger bar replacement to assist you in returning the trigger group to the trigger bar. Best of luck and enjoy!

  • 5
    PX4 Spurless Hammer

    Posted by Ryan B. on Sep 30th 2018

    Purchased the spurless hammer for my LTT PX4 Carry. Installation was a snap with Ernest's video on the how to install it. I love the slight but noticeable reduction in printing (for me) when I carry the pistol Appendix. Ernest and Aimee as always were great with communication and they even did a little polishing on the hammer to match up with the Langdon trigger job I had done on the pistol. Yet another great part for your PX4 from LTT!

  • 5
    Spurless Hammer

    Posted by Sebastian P on Aug 6th 2018

    Loving my PX4CC but having a high grip I got several hammer bites! This spurless hammer is the best adition to make a great gun even greater. Thanks LTT!

  • 5
    Spurless Hammer in NP3

    Posted by Ray Piedra on Aug 3rd 2018

    Utilizing a high grip on the PX4 compact carry can result in hammer bite. There's a LTT YouTube video that covers the installation of the Spurless hammer and is very easy to install. I'll also add that polishing up the NP3 is very easy. The Spurless hammer eliminates the hammer bite and is tastefully done. It's a must have for those of us gripping the PX4 high.

  • 5
    PX4 Spurless Hammer (black)

    Posted by NW LEO on Jul 25th 2018

    This hammer went onto a used PX4 subcompact I bought as a test mule for the platform. It cleaned up the DA pull, reduced stacking and deleted the spur--after carrying daily for over four decades I either buy bobbed hammers or get out the Dremel.

  • 5
    PX4 NP3 Spurless Hammer

    Posted by Terry Moss on May 25th 2018

    Swapped this into my PX4 Compact Carry, it's great modification for a carry gun, nice feeling having your thumb firmly on the back of the slide while re-holstering, and cleaner for concealment. Ran 50 rounds through it, no difference in the trigger before and after, great as ever. It was relatively easy using Ernest's youtube video, my holder punch was a little deep for the roll pin, but I made it work by putting a a small piece of paper clip in the punch 1st, then the roll pin. Would be hard without the holder punch, great tip!