Wilson Combat Deluxe Hammer
- Wilson Combat
Wilson Combat Deluxe Hammer: A wire EDM Hammer that slightly reduce pretravel and the weight is optimized to give better primer ignition.
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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I purchased this hammer for my 92x rdo and it apparently is not compatible. Even with factory hammer spring it would not ignite any 9mm primers. Tried several types of ammo. It would make the faintest of marks on the primer. Put factory hammer in and it works.
I know this part is NOT made by LTT, and it's a pass thru item.. This is suppose to be a drop in part, no fitting reqd, but the hammer strut slot is too narrow and will not allow the factory strut to slide in. Inspection shows the slot to be .011 narrower than a factory Beretta hammer slot. I'm very disappointed that WC's QC dept let this part out in their product line. I've sent Customer Service of both WC & LTT details of the problem. Just waiting on a response..
The hammer dropped right in without any fitting required. I stoned the friction surface a bit just to give it a bit smoother travel. Shoots in double action and single action flawlessly
The main ideas behind this hammer are improved primer strike force and shorted trigger slack. I can't feel the difference in trigger slack. I won't take it out, but I don't think there's enough better than the Elite II hammer to pick it for other than aesthetics.