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Discussion in 'General Firearms & Ammo' started by Wolfwood, Sep 18, 2009.
i don't know anything about them but i keep seeing them for sale
there great if you need a hammer
In Police work they call that a clue.
I know nothing of them other than a co-worker has one and loves it
I hope I dont come off as a jerk, but -
TxEMPTP69, is your co-worker a shooter? What do they love about it?
FUNNY, but true ! I HAD one (1911 .45 ACP )and it couldn't hit the broad side of a barn ! This was about 20 years ago. I bought it new , for bout 200.00.
Only other gun I was HAPPY to sell was my Ruger P45. Like you said "a hammer"!
Most of the time, with guns, you get what you pay for
My uncle had one in .380 back in the 60's. His was a great gun that shot reliably everytime the trigger was pulled. Now 40 years later I had the chance to pick one up on the cheap (relatively speaking) and it is junk. It will not shoot more than 3 rounds consecutively without FTF. I've had 3 different smith's work on it with no luck at all. I've flitz'd, buffed, polished, you name it. Needless to say results are the same regardless of ammo triedand no, it is not being limp wristed. Drop me a p.m. I'll sell it for $100 ;-) I probably could not even throw it straight!
not a jerk at all... to be honest I have no clue, I'd never heard of Llama before she showed it to me, it's a .380, I know she shoots but how often she shoots it I don't know, she prefers her Taurus Judge on range trips from what I hear. She said she loved the lil gun when she showed it to me.
Generally speakin', a Llama is somethin' ya give yer old lady just afore ya file for divorce....
They are great during fishing trips. It keeps the boat anchored.