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Need help with a Llama

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by windsor311, Jul 29, 2009.

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  1. windsor311

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    Can anyone tell me anything about a .38 Llama revolver. Also has Stoeger Arms on the right side.
     

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    Stoeger Arms is the importer. Llama made copies of Colt pistols and S&W revolvers. The parent company, Gabilondo and Co., went out of business in 2005.
    Here's a fairly good article about Llama revolvers.
    http://www.gunweek.com/2009/feature0101.html
     
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    Thanks Sunray, that article is very interesting. The revolver I have looks a little different than the Martial or Comanche. I'd be interested to see if there were any other models or what value my revolver has since I plan on putting it up for sale.
     
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    Your revolver looks like a Model XIII. 38 Special, vent rib, 4 to 6 inch barrel, listed in the 18Th Edition of the Standard Catalog of Firearms at 225 in excellent condition. Like Rodney Dangerfield, Spanish revolvers " don't get no respect". I had a Martial, just a so so gun.
     
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    Better than I had hoped for! Thank you very much for the help Sunray and Ron. That is why I love THR.
     
  6. Jim K

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    Good luck on the sale. Those weren't bad guns but they don't bring much used (less from a dealer) especially as they now have no "home" and obtaining parts is iffy.

    Jim
     
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