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Old May 30, 2009, 01:45 PM   #1
darnellg
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Llama .38 Super parts

I've had a Llama in .38 Super for 7-8 years. I bought it from a guy with large hands who said that the hammer sometimes caught him on the web between his thumb and first finger. I've never had that happen. It's a good pistol to shoot - mostly .38 Super +P, 115 grain jacketed hollow point. It's good looking and lighter than a loaded .45. Also a lot easier to tear down and re-assemble than a Kimber .45 I have.

However:
1. The grip safety didn't have to be gripped for it to fire.
2. Sometimes when the safety was removed after touching the trigger with the hammer cocked, it would fire.
3. Sometimes the slide stop would back out while firing and it would start to come apart.

Our local gunsmith fixed the safety issues, but hasn't been able to locate a replacement slide stop. Does anyone know of a source for parts for these guns?
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Old May 30, 2009, 01:49 PM   #2
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