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Bought a no no today

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by MICHAEL T, Apr 1, 2004.

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  1. MICHAEL T

    MICHAEL T Member

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    Went out today and bought a LLAMA MINIMAX SUB COMPACT I know all the stores about what a POS Llamas are. Thats why I got one to play with.The gun is very tight . Trigger pull as good as either or my Colts Only real complaint is a lot of machine marks on frame. Fired 50 rounds of S&B 230 ball with only one failed to chamber . Went in about half way. Due to weather stood on side porch and fired at one of my fence post approx 15 yds. out now have very shot up fence post. If not raining in AM will set up target and see how it shoots ,also will try silver tips,wolf,and some of that 117 grain IQ ammo. Other than machine marks ,hard to load last 2 rounds in mag no real complaints . Will most likely end up being my car pistol and sometime carry.
     
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    I like them. Most problems are mag related. I wonder what quality mags would interchange myself. I hope somebody starts making grips for them also. Mine gave me no problems.
     
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    In general, I like Llamas. I've got a chrome Mini-Max 6-shot that's a reliable pistol--for a right-handed shooter. Unfortunately, I'm left-handed, and I keep pushing the safety on as I shoot (about every third round).

    Either I'll learn to shoot right-handed, or sell the puppy.
     
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