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  1. #181
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    Llama .380 - Stoeger. SN 977973...a 1911 locked breech type, vent rib, near new condition, no model name or number anywhere...I believe it's a IIIa.
    Just bought it first week in October...$375.

    FWIW, GOOD new US made mags available at Triple K online, about $45 each...
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    I love my country, not Russia...

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  3. #183
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    Just got my Llama III-A 22lr pistol yesterday. Nice looking little gun. It has a date code of U*1, 1976 and serial # 701788. Looking forward to using it when the rain stops.

  4. #184
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    Default My Llamas

    Model 2 .380 serial 71751 (1943), lock breech with "W" safety spring.
    Model 7, "Llama Extra" Serial 28200 (1935?). "9m/m 38" (9mm Largo) Shoots mild handloads of 38 Auto, necessary load lead .357 diam. bullets to avoid keyholing.
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  5. #185
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    I'd love to see a photo of your 1943 Llama .380 Pajaro.
    I have new recoil spring plugs for Llama .380's and .32's

  6. #186
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    Partsproduction, Thanks for asking I recently took some photos thinking of selling. Now after seeing again how nice these are...second thoughts. All the parts are in good shape, even most screw slots not badly buggered.

    Had this for years, not a Llama collector, they just seemed intriguing. Last pic is of proof marks on left side. One is an "N" with tilde over it, may be year code? Has the GC in oval on right side.

    Found both these guns serial reported on the carbinecollector page on Llama.
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  7. #187
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    Hello, I am a new member of the 'Gunboards'. I was reading a discussion on Star pistols and thought about my Llama .22lr pistol. I don't have a good photo of it but it's all blue with wood grips. I've had it for 40 + years. Anyway, were there many .22's sold? I used to have a very nice Llama .380. I sold it later but still have the box it came in to hold the .22. I guess that is all. Thanks

  8. #188
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    My everyday carry piece is a Llama model 111A , nickel finish,with a date code of F*2 (1986) serial # B08236. I traded an AutoOrdinance 1911 .45 with a bum front sight for this and $250.00 about 20 some years ago. I think I got the better deal!
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  9. #189

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    Hi all,

    Just as information, when would a Llama I sn 84497 have been manufactured?

    Thanks very much!

  10. #190
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    Bama, When you shoot your .22 if you have any problems with cartridges not firing, before going into melt down and doing all the ghost chasing I did on one of mine with those problems......check with Larry1108 he has cure all firing pins that do wonders. The vent rib pistol was the offender and I was about ready to bury it in the back yard....now bangs away with anything I feed it.
    Update: June 18.... Used the Llama .22 to clear out a trap with 13 feral Texas hogs inside.....the little .22 put them down with apparent ease when shots were placed properly. The AR is for size comparison only.
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  11. #191
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    I just picked up the following:

    Model IIIA - 380 ACP - (Looks like D-2) - 443074. I don't know what year D-2 is or have any info on Llama's. This is my first.

    I have a lot of different Star model pistols though. Pistol looks like it was shot very little almost new condition.

    Gary

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    Welcome, Gary.
    You will find this to be a great forum with great guys who love to share their knowledge.
    D2 is a 1984 model.
    Your Stars should also have date codes as well.
    Here's a link for the translation.
    http://star-firearms.com/firearms/proof.shtml
    ~Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me~

  13. #193
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    Hello Everyone,
    New to the forum. Just purchased this little guy last month. From the information I gathered from this forum, this one is a X-A model with Serial number 9502XX and based on proof stamp it was manufactured in 1980. Finally took it to the range this week and no problems at all. I love the little plastic sleeve I found for it. makes the grip a little larger and easier to hold. Quickly it is becoming one of my favorite pistols in my collection.Attachment 3238047Attachment 3238049
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  14. #194
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    Welcome to the forum!
    We are Llama lovers here so you'll fit right in.
    However, we need pictures to share your love!
    Enjoy the knowledge shared here.
    It is bountiful.
    ~Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me~

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    Larry,
    Pictures are in the posting. If you click on them they open. I am not sure why they did not come thru as pictures on the post.

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    They seem to be a misfire.
    They won't open.
    Says invalid link.
    I wonder what happened?
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    Ok Larry. I think it is done now.

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    Hi Larry check the post again. I think I figured out the problem.

  19. #199
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    Yes, worked now.
    Very nice Llama.
    It should outlast you!
    ~Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me~

  20. #200
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    Default I have one "SPECIAL" too


  21. #201
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    Default Llama super 38

    [QUOTE=Bob In St. Louis;1526394]Not much is known about the Llama serial number sequencing, so we are attempting to do a database spreadsheet. For all practical purposes, we are looking at the handguns produced under the "Llama" name, and not the earlier Gabilondo y Cia products. I strongly suspect that Gabilondo y Cia started a continuous one ascending number system from the point where they adopted the Llama name (early 1930s?). To start, these are some numbers I have. Please list model name/number, caliber, year code (if available) and serial number.

    "Extra" 9mm Largo - 1940 - 45680
    "Extra" 9mm Largo - 1940 - 46306
    "Extra" 9mm Largo - 1940 - 46883
    Model II - 380 ACP - 1943 - 70989
    Model I - 32 ACP - 1943 - 72994 (German GECO marked)
    Model II - 380 ACP - 1944 - 78290
    Model I - 32 ACP - 1944 - 84482
    "Extra" 9mm Largo - 1944 - 89123
    Model IIIA - 380 ACP - (don't have year handy) - 739813[/

    Sir can u plz tell me how I can determine the age or mfg of a
    Llama super 38/9 I believe its a model 8 according to Bev
    Fletcher s info. The SN is 73372 is there something else I
    need to provide?

    Thank u sir

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    Default Model XII 38 Special

    I've had this revolver for a while:

    "Ruby Extra" - Model XII - 38 Special - Serial #676729 - Original receipt indicates 1968 - Edit: I just found the date marking thread. Date code indicates 1966 manufacture.

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  23. #203
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    Model I - LLAMA - 32 ACP - 1942 (N) - 69305 (G-eco)
    Found (field stripped), inside of a tin can, sitting on a rock wall, in Germany during WWII by my dad.
    His unit surprised the enemy and he always said, "It appeared as though someone had left rather hastily.".

  24. #204
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    Acquired on 4/19/18: Believed to be a III-A, Series 5: Proof mark indicates: 1988. Ser #: B45884.

  25. #205
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    Just acquired "Llama" Extra 9 Largo serial# 33258 no proof marks anywhere on pistol.

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    Just recently acquired a Llama Micromax .380 SN#: 71-04-11265-01

  27. #207
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    Default Llama Model X-A?

    I think this is a Llama X-A. Straight front magwell, grip safety, date code of U (1950), serial 143xxx

    If not an X-A what is it?
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    Mike
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    It shoots through schools.....

    :D

  28. #208
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    llama llla 1975 07-04-167xx-xx

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    Imported into Germany by Geco:

    1) 1943 Model I (7.65m/m .32 ACP) S/N 67930 w/ Geco stamp on right side of frame, W spring
    2) 1942 Model II (9m/m .380 ACP) S/N 60905 w/ Geco stamp on left side of frame, W spring


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  30. #210
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    I recently acquired a Llama Micromax .32 SN#: 07-04-15157-98

  31. #211
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    My Llama 45 s/n :- BO3642

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    Can anyone help with the *MONTH of this Llama? My FFL wants verification it is C&R. thanks!

    Manufacturer: Llama
    Model: XI
    Serial Number: 569256

    Manufacture Date: 1970 or earlier
    Proof Code: O1 (1970)
    Caliber: .380

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    I'm not aware of any info on the month of manufacture, just the year.
    Anybody else?
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    I have a Llama Model VII Extra serial # 30642. No proof marks, except for the letter D under the left grip slab. D may mean 1931 manufacture, but serial nr. puts it in 1936. Any thoughts?

  35. #215
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    Llama IIIA mini-1911 .380ACP Chrome 569256 (C&R 1970)

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    Stoeger import IX-A. Date code D*2 (1984), SN A244XX

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