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macv
09-14-2010, 10:08 PM
Yep, that's right, a 380 Llama. Now where in the world could I look for a magazine for it. It is the Llama Especial. I thought that I read that there are 2 different types of mags. The one that I have fit's flush to the bottom of the grip. The mag holds 7 rounds. Any ideas? :rolleyes:

Roger T
09-14-2010, 10:33 PM
Try the Mec Gar web site. They make factory mags for alot of brands.

Centerfire
09-15-2010, 01:11 PM
Try www.e-gunparts.com
Centerfire

RemVS308
09-15-2010, 02:15 PM
http://www.ammoclip.com/L/llama_main.htm

YOOO VINNY
09-17-2010, 11:17 AM
Ahhh, the especial, a mini 1911 :)

Have a few myself, 3 in .380acp and 2 in 22lr.
AFAIK, theirs only one mag type, at least the bunch I have are all the same.
The often seen Star 380 mags are very close and have an almost identical floor plate, but alas are just a little too long.
Stick with standard spec ammo, no corbon, plus P or hot hand loads and it should serve you well.
Hot ammo will eventually crack one or both of the very thin barrel lugs for the link pin (ask me how I know) and barrels are almost impossible to find.
Enjoy, Cheers YV

Old Gunner
09-18-2010, 06:31 PM
Yep, that's right, a 380 Llama. Now where in the world could I look for a magazine for it. It is the Llama Especial. I thought that I read that there are 2 different types of mags. The one that I have fit's flush to the bottom of the grip. The mag holds 7 rounds. Any ideas? :rolleyes:

I have a Llama .380 magazine here in my junk box.
A friend had asked me to make a double mag pouch for his shoulder holster and left one of his extra mags. He ended up selling the pistol shortly afterwards and canceled the mag pouch but told me I could keep the magazine.

Don't know if its the style you want but theres no finger rest on the floor plate and its one made for the Llama that looks like a miniature 1911.

I have no idea where I put the mag, but can probably find it.