GUN Llama

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  1. Zombie Pornstar

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    I have a gun that says it is made by a company called Llama [SIZE=-1]Gabilondo[/SIZE], but I can't find anything on the internet about the company. Does anyone know anything about them?
     
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    any more info about the gun?
     
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    they appear to make BHP and 1911 clones for the most part
     
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    they make low grade 1911 clones.
     
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    The gun is a .45
     
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    it's a llama 1911 clone.
     
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    Just took it to the range with a 1 on 1 instructor today, and I like the gun. He said from what he has heard, Llamas are pretty solid weapons. Only problem is the trigger. It's like sandpaper in the gun, and the amount of force I have to apply makes me twitch.
     
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    I have a Llama .22 that looks like a mini .45


    hunk of shit
     
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    A good friend of mine has a .380.Not a bad lil piece
     
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    You could replace the trigger if you wanted too
     
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    I do want to replace the trigger, but it would cost alot.
     
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    I have another problem. I dont feel like making another thread.

    I'm 17 and allowed to shoot the pistol at the local range, but Wal-Mart wont sell ammo to someone under 21. The ammo at the range is way overpriced. Where do I get my stuff? Use a parent?
     
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    Depending how handy you are you might be able to do it yourself.. sending it out for a trigger job would probably cost close to its value.
     

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