I always find it amusing to see firearm companies attempt to turn their basic staid service pistols into a competition-worthy configuration. Witness how Llama tried to turn the basic M82 into the M87 Comp Gun.
At its heart, the M82/M87 was a Beretta 92 clone with an enclosed slide, steel frame, and configured frame tang. On the plus side, the M87 kept the front sight on the compensator body and incorporated a Swenson style thumb safety. The triggers were said to be quite light, around 2.5 pounds. However, Llama couldn’t be bothered to delete the slide-mounted safety/decocker. Nor did they wish to invest in a dedicated frame; hence, the tacked on grip tang beavertail. I doubt it could hold up to the 175 Power Factor Major 9x19mm of the day any more than the Beretta 92X can with modern lower PF Major 9mm loads.