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Old 01-11-2011, 09:03 PM   #1
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what ever happened to this company?my dad had a little .380 looked like a little 1911....its long gone ,but would like to find another one for nostalgia's sake



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Old 01-11-2011, 09:19 PM   #2
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The company is long gone. Quality of the pistols was all over the place- as was the metal used. Have one a .22 LR that is a minature 1911. They are around- suggest you check gunbroker and auction arms.



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I have a llama MiniMax. It is a small 1911 still a 45 ACP and has a 10 round mag. It is too heavy to carry but over the years has shot well at the range (under ten yards). I don't what they were thinking when they made the pistol but I like it. Sort of a misfit in the 1911 rhelm and not that many to be had.

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i think it was model IIIa..blue little vent rib 7 shot

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I have a Llama .45, that was my dad's, but I don't know what model.
Looks like a 1911, shoots great.



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