Taurus 92 use of Beretta parts??


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Blueduck
February 1, 2003, 05:21 PM
Just got an older Taurus 92AF (frame mounted safety no de-cocker). Notice a lot of Berreta 92FS fans put in a trigger spring from the "D" model for a lighter pull. Second most popular thing seems to be the Langston Speed bump trigger.

Anybody know if one or both of these parts are interchangable on the Taurus??

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cratz2
February 2, 2003, 01:45 AM
I can't say for sure those parts are interchangable but I'm pretty sure they are. Ernie Langdon will work on Taurus pistols including installing his Speed trigger.

Blueduck
February 3, 2003, 07:05 PM
Thanks cratz2, Just got an e-mail back from Ernie Langdon, he confirmed it would work and he would be happy to sell me the parts but would not install it himself as his insurance only covers Beretta.. Lawyers :rolleyes:

cratz2
February 4, 2003, 04:02 PM
Hrmm... that must be new. About a year ago, I got this response.


Chris,

I can do the Level Two Competition trigger job on a Taurus. The pricing is all the same. I don't think you will have any problem with the ammo you use. It should work fine with Winchester or Federal ammo.

Turn around is about two weeks or maybe a little less.

Let me know and thanks for your interest.

Ernest Langdon
LTT, Inc.

Blueduck
February 4, 2003, 10:32 PM
Must be, here's his response to me:

James,

The Speed Bump trigger would work, but I do not work on the Taurus. Sorry! I would be happy to sell you the parts, but my insurance is set up that I only work on Berettas. Well, Berettas and Sigs now. But not Taurus pistols. Sorry!

Ernest Langdon
LTT, Inc.

Nice guy to E-mail me back quickly and politely though. If I ever have a Beretta (or now Sig). I'll give him a shot.

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