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Old 06-14-2011, 06:30 PM   #1
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I have a Llama MiniMax II .45 cal that I am trying to find an internal recoil spring for (part # T455). I realize Llama is no longer in business but hope someone might be able to offer a suggestion. Thanks in advance.

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Old 06-14-2011, 10:39 PM   #2
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Mite try Numrich -

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Many thanks. I'll give it a try.

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I also have a Llama MiniMax II and though I haven't had to replace the recoil spring - the gun is very similar to some Para Ordinance 45s so you might check them too for one with the same barrel length. My MM is very low mileage but I've got to get a spring too while there's still a chance.

Post some pictures if you have time! I have a thread with pix in this forum.

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Ah, I found my old Llama thread:
http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f57/just-got-llama-minimax-ii-45acp-30892/

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I appreciate your help, Quentin.

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Numerich (e-gunparts.com) shows them in stock for $10 - part # 1111540.

if for some reason you can't get one from them, I have one I can spare. PM me if
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other option would be to contact Woff Gunsprings (gunsprings.com) and see if they can help.

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Thanks for that, Drriley. I noticed that Numerich spring is for the Mini Max but doesn't specifiy the Mini Max II. Wonder if they're the same...

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the minimax and minimax ii are 2 different animals.. the recoil spring is different.

pm me your address and I'll drop it in the mail.

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To Drriley: If you have an internal recoil spring for the MiniMax II, I would like to buy it from you. Let me know your price. My mailing address is: Tom White, 802 SW Spring St, Mill City OR, 97360.

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