LTT P2000 would be unbelievable.I doubt it but ya never know. I remember talking to Ernest after a class about him getting in on the Springfield Armory stuff before it got announced and was surprised (but he made a good case).
My old man's Beretta 92 that he did work on is one of my favorite guns and damn near made me a Beretta convert. If there was such a thing as an LTT P2000, I'd buy one in a heartbeat.
Yes, I spoke with Ernie the other day. He's working to offer a similar set of offerings as we have seen with the Beretta pistols, focusing on the P30 series.Langdon Tactical posted a picture of Ernest Langdon shooting what looks like a HK P30l on their Facebook page today. Have a feeling it might be a teaser of something in the works, hopefully they will be working on HK pistols soon!
Depends on pistol, different things with different pistols, trigger work, trigger guard undercut, frame stippling, optic cuts, NP3 coating of internals, cut and crown barrels, plenty of other stuff I am missing. I've just bought a couple of pistols from them and sent one in for work, couldn't be happier with the work they do.Aside from the trigger, what else do they do?
Same. I did buy an M9A4 as well - surprisingly good for an factory gun. I think both the Wilson Combat and the LTT programs at Beretta really helped them step up their 92 series game.I had a Beretta 92G Elite LTT that I thought was great until I shot my Beretta 92X Performance.
The 92X Performance is phenomenal, and has become one of my favorites.
The LTT was sold.
Nobody is thinking, wanting, or expecting a trigger undercut on a HK pistol. Sounds like only an optic cut would be worthwhile for you, well great. There will be plenty of other people who will benefit from the enhancements they offer, if they do start working on the P30 varient.If he figures out how to put optics on HK hammer guns, that would be good.
The rest of it like stippling and parts coating is all inconsequential. Having gone full Gray / Holm jobs on multiple HKs, I would not care to do any of that on carry guns anymore.
I wanna see how trigger undercut is gonna work on paddled guns.