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Postby Ta2Dave » Tue Jul 24, 2007 8:52 pm

I heard Llama is out of business.

I wanted to get the Mini Max subcompact.

Are they still available?
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Postby RHerringt » Tue Jul 24, 2007 9:28 pm

Good luck, Ta2Dave! Probably the only place you will fine it is at a gun show, or perhaps an online auction. Llama items are very hard to come by...
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Postby mellonhead » Fri Aug 17, 2007 1:55 am

i own a llama max 1 45 that i recently traded another pistol for..i test fired it with no problems before the trade.later i broke it down to clean and was suprised by how full of grit and grime it was and still operated perfectly...great gun
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Postby spyron » Sun Sep 09, 2007 10:33 am

I got this worn out Llama Max-1 that i aquired recently. It is the best pistol in my collection. It is very reliable, and very acurate.
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Postby slowry1956 » Tue Sep 15, 2009 1:38 pm

I'm looking for some wood grips for my max I . My question is , do colt grips fit the max, if not where can i get some llama grips to fit ?
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Postby mellonhead » Fri Sep 18, 2009 5:17 pm

anything for this pistol will be hard to find the screw pattern is different from the colt models....try grips for guns.com thats where i got mine
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Postby eaglerevv49 » Tue Mar 02, 2010 1:17 am

i recently purchased a llama max-II in 45 acp caliber and yes it will fire +p ammo no problems keep it clean it works fine magazines are avail at gun shows the mag # is k 14 they say made in italy make sure they have a round cut at top of mag facing primer square cut outs dont work un less you dremmel it also llama went into bankruptcy during 1992 that was gabilondo/vitoria mine was made in 1997 funny it seems that approx 60 former employees bought out the note and is now fabrinor s.a.l. a cooperative imported by import sports inc in wanamassa nj and sold by rsa ent.inc. ocean city nj good luck i really like mine especially the hi capacity part and it really wasnt cheap just a really good 1911 that i keep for home defense and the occasional bowling pin shoot hope this helps
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Postby pharmacist1952 » Wed Mar 03, 2010 12:04 am

I purchased the Llama .45 back in 2004 and sold it 4 years later for which they gave me pocket change. The metal work on the frame was so poor that I lost confidence on the gun, thinking the frame would crack or the slide would fail. The gun was ordered on the internet and delivered to a gun shop so not sure if I had the right to refuse it after it was paid for.
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Postby silentKurt » Wed Mar 31, 2010 3:33 am

I recently got a MAX-I-L/F COMP-7. What does the L/F stand for? The COMP-7 stands for the recoil compensator/muzzle brake, has anyone ever seen one of these? From the serial number it seems to have been manufactured in 1995. It does have a stamping which says Oceanside, N.J. Did any companies continue making these pistols after Llama went out of business with their name or offering factory reworks? Will it accept a standard 1911 barrel? It shoots great and I have no complaints other than finding ammo that's safe to use with the ported barrel, Blazer Brass seems to feed the best but leaves residue in the ports. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
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Postby rmeed26 » Sat Oct 09, 2010 5:41 am

great gun for the money uses 8 round kimber mags fine L/F is law enforcement
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