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Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by lilmule, Jan 1, 2013.

  1. lilmule

    lilmule

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    While not a colt,(many are not) it is in the 1911 style.
    Llama 32 acp makes a decent cc as well as small.
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  2. Llama also made a .380 and a .22 of that size. The .22 barrel is pinned while the .380 uses a 1911-style link. Which way is the .32?


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  3. lilmule

    lilmule

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    All the aforementioned 22,32,380 share the same small frame,all are blow back except series 3 380,series 1 and 2 barrels in 380 are blowback,and most of the parts interchange between all three,saw one online last week a 32 with an extra 380 barrel,said used same mag for both.
    Id love to get a 380 series three and have a 32 barrel made for it,keltec p32 is about the only locked breech 32 now made,and lacks safety and the stuff frame wise to fire real +p+ equal(32acp has no + rating).Like fiochi 65 grain jhp-205 fpe.
     
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  4. jrs93accord

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    I have a 1969 Llama III-A .380.

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    This is a sweet shooting little pistol.
     
  5. lilmule

    lilmule

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    Nice,I dont like the ribbed grips myself.But it is those brown grips and rear adj sight that set it apart as a locked breech even at a distance.
     
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