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    Yeah, I know this is an old thread.

    But I want to follow up on the Star .380s. I have two of the SS models, with is the later version with the mag safety. These are excellent quality in the 1911 style. The lockwork is nothing like a 1911, though it is a locked-breech.
    They have a longer grip frame than the Llamas, so more capacity and better fit. They feel great in the hand, and most have a good trigger after some break-in.

    Parts for Stars and other Spanish guns are available from "Star" on gunboards.com. His name is Jorge, and he lives in Zaragoza, Spain. He bought a bunch of NOS Star parts, along with some Llama and Astra. he sells them as a hobby. He has new reproduction walnut grips for all the Star pistols. Good guy, and the grips are beautiful.

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    I just picked up a Llama 380 no feeding problems I love this gun I'm not sure of the model as it does not have the grip safety like most I;ve seen I would like to getanother mag or two kinda afraid to order one without model #s having said you have done research can you help me date and model this weapon thanks Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by evnglmike View Post
    I just picked up a Llama 380 no feeding problems I love this gun I'm not sure of the model as it does not have the grip safety like most I;ve seen I would like to getanother mag or two kinda afraid to order one without model #s having said you have done research can you help me date and model this weapon thanks Mike
    Punctuation is your friend.

    You're going to need to provide more details, and preferably some pictures if you want anybody to help you date your weapon.

    Welcome to the forum.

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    I carried a Llama .32 in 'Nam. If ever I could find one in good shape I'd buy just for old times sake.

    My .32 never gave me a lick of trouble and trust me, it was under the harshest of conditions.

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    Hello. I am new to this forum and pleasantly surprised to stumble upon this thread. I have the Llama IIIA Nuke bought for his Mrs. I also have a Glock 17 and a S/W .38 6" barrel that I carried in RVN. I bought the Llama back in the mid 80's from a guy at work. Paid around $50 for it if memory serves. Have fired it a number of times over the years with no problems. I have only recently gotten my concealed carry license in NC. What I need is to find a good holster for inside the waist band to carry the Llama. I'd appreciate any ideas as to what holster and where I might get one.

    Thanks

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    go to the main forum page and about 3/4 of the way down is a forum on holsters/manufacturers

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    Hello everyone. I just found this forum while searching for some tech tips on my Llame "Especial" 380. I've owned my Llama for about 20 years having picked it up at a gun show for $150.00. I've put thousands of rounds throught it with no problems. I purchaced a Beretta 84fs Cheetah in .380 and let my Llama sit in the safe for a year unused. When I pulled it out a few weeks ago, the magazine catch wouldn't keep the magazine in. This had me worried, but after oiling the heck out of the catch, it again worked just fine. I'll never neglect it again as it's a great little shooter, and accurate. I ordered a few parts from Numrich just in case including an almost new magazine catch, but mostly all the springs as they don't seem to hold up with age. I've stripped it down and am taking it to the platers for some sprucing up. I would recomend this pistol to anyone looking for a light carry weapon as long as you can find one in good shape and for $250.00 or less.

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