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Llama 45acp disassembliy

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by railroadman, Dec 5, 2012.

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  1. railroadman

    railroadman Member

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    I need some help to reassemble a 45acp FireStorm/Llama I am removing the blue both the frame and slide. J B Wood book is a 1911 very different from the Spanish gun I have HELP??????????????????
     
  2. Walt Sherrill

    Walt Sherrill Member

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    Pictures of YOUR gun might be helpful. I could help folks identify what you're trying to work with... Llama made a lot of different guns, over the years -- but MOST of them were based on the 1911 pattern.
     
  3. creeper1956

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    If it's a 5" Llama Firestorm, it's a copy of the 1911... however, it may not have grip screw bushings, and may not have a staked-on plunger tube, but rather a bolt-on plunger tube. Other than that, it should come apart just like a 1911.
     
  4. ku4hx

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    My Llama 45 ACP is a structural twin to the GI 1911. I never tried to swap parts with any other 1991 platform, but it breaks down/reassembles exactly like my GI model.

    There are several Llama manuals here, maybe one will supply you with the clues you need.
    http://www.stevespages.com/page7b.htm
     
  5. MICHAEL T

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    He nailed it right Other than a couple small things Its same as a 1911 I have even swaped some parts .
     
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