LLAMA 1911 .45 and S&W .40 ??? thoughts and opinions

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  • 89lxcoupe351w

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    so i am going to post this in rifles too, for the rifles i have questions about, but, here is the situation, i have never heard of either of these brands, i have a friend that wants to trade me for these, i need to know what they are worth, and any opinions yall have about them, any info is appreciated
     

    mac79912

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    Llamas are fun to shoot but are usually problematic.If you want to switch parts they are not totally compatible with regular 1911s and they are out of production so parts are sometimes hard to find.What kind of SW .40?
     

    Army 1911

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    If your friend wants to trade you a LLama, you need new friends. They look like a 1911 but that is about it. They have been notorious for problems and quality issues. That said, they are fun to shoot. You can buy a LLama at gun shows for under 3 bills and closer to 2.25.
     

    89lxcoupe351w

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    thanks, that is what i figured on the llamas, never heard of them so i wanted some advice, i was worried about parts and interchage ability too

    Llamas are fun to shoot but are usually problematic.If you want to switch parts they are not totally compatible with regular 1911s and they are out of production so parts are sometimes hard to find.What kind of SW .40?

    not sure what model, i have heard sigmas have problems, but i thought as long as you take care of things, they are usually ok, the internet buzz is always exagerated, but who knows
     

    sykostanger

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    im ashamed to say, but i have owned a llama .45, and it was the worst 300 bucks i ever spent, it was such a POS it broke after 100 or so rounds. please, dont even let friends own llamas
     
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