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Langdon Tactical Springfield Armory XD-E: Perfection of the DA/SA Single-Stack

Springfield Armory’s XD-E is the only viable DA/SA single-stack on the market.  Reliability and safety are the two major advantages of this action type, but rarely are they an option in a single-stack 9mm.  Lesser-trained shooters may struggle with learning two trigger modes, but Langdon Tactical has found a way to lessen the learning curve by enhancing the trigger and action.  Introducing the Springfield Armory XD-E Langdon Tactical Edition.
Here is your basic XD-E from Graham Baates:

Like the Langdon Tactical Beretta 92s and PX4s, the Langdon Tactical Edition XD-E features greatly enhanced trigger feel and performance without sacrificing safety or reliability.  Improvements made by Langdon Tactical on the Springfield Armory XD-E have also further enhanced Springfield Armory’s Low Effort Slide by reducing effort needed to rack the slide and cock the hammer even further.
The Springfield Armory XD-E upgraded by LTT includes: 

LTT Trigger Job with the option of a 12lbs. or 12.7lbs. hammer spring

  • 20% reduction in pull weight with a 12.7 lbs. spring for reliability with US and NATO-spec ammunition.
  • 25% reduction in pull weight with a 12 lbs. spring provides reliability with US-Spec ammunition.
  • New low-profile hammer for better concealment and snag-free draws

    Two 8- and one 9-round magazine included.

  • Option of two different hammer spring weights.

Upgraded Ameriglo CAP Sights.

MSRP: $738

LTT emblem engraved on Sniper Gray Cerakoted slide

Images Courtesy our friends at Chevalier Advertising.
About the Author /

Rick Dembroski spent 10 of the best years of his life as a USAF Civil Engineer, traveling the globe, drinking beer, and causing chaos. His superiors dubbed him "King of Useless Knowledge" a title that he still loves to this day. Separated in 2002 as a SSgt (E5- in the USAF), he chose to stay in the frozen north of Alaska and currently works as an Emergency Management Specialist combining his love of chaos with preparedness to ensure people know how to survive disasters.

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