What are the best Beretta 92 accessories?

The Beretta 90-Series is enjoying something of a renaissance in popularity right now. With companies like Langdon Tactical and Wilson Combat both making great accessories for the gun, we have to ask: what are the best Beretta 92 accessories?

The first of the best Beretta 92 accessories are grips – I like VZ grips a lot, and have them on two of my serious work Berettas. VZ also does OEM for Langdon Tactical, so if you want some cool LTT logo grips, they’re going to be VZ’s G10 grips, which really are the best option for the Beretta 92 series.

Up next, we have the trigger. This is the area where a little change gives us the biggest bang for our buck. The best Beretta 92 accessory in this category is hands down the Trigger Job in a Bag by Langdon Tactical. The TJIB comes with a Trigger Bar, Hammer, Sear, Sear Spring, Trigger Spring, Hammer Strut, and the Reduced Power Hammer Spring. Putting one of these in your gun will absolutely change the way your trigger feels. My guns that have this upgrade have a double action trigger pull that is around 8 pounds, and a single action pull that’s 3.5 pounds. They’re amazing to shoot.

Another easy upgrade for your Beretta 92 is the sights. If you have a classic M9 or 92FS style gun, you can’t do much for the front sight, but you can improve the rear sight. For a quick, free fix you can black out the white dots on the rear sight, which gives you more contrast with the front sight and makes shooting it at speed easier. Or, if you want the best Beretta 92 accessory rear sight, you get the Wilson Combat Les Pep Battlesight. This works with fixed front sight guns and drastically improves your sight picture.

I do some other upgrades to the Beretta 92, like a large magazine release, and a G-conversion if it’s a carry gun. But there’s one thing that you can add that will dramatically improve your ability to shoot the gun. The absolute top of the line, undefeated, undisputed champion of the best Beretta 92 accessories? Practice.

Caleb Giddings
Caleb Giddings is a scotch enthusiast with a writing problem, which is apparently common for writers. He also shoots some guns or something, and is a Master Class shooter in IDPA and NRA Action Pistol. You should definitely follow him on instagram