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TODOS LOS MODELOS LLAMA AQUI

Mensajepor tuareg » 09 Mar 2010 22:49

En un principio buscaba los modelos de llama, como los he conseguido, edito el post y el titulo para que le sirva la información a otros compañeros.

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Re: MODELOS LLAMA

Mensajepor Beltran » 10 Mar 2010 18:16

Yo solo te puedo ofrecer un catálogo del año 82...si te interesa, te lo scaneo y te lo mando.

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Mensajepor CAMPIELLO » 10 Mar 2010 18:28

Hola, a mi me interesaria mucho ver ese catalogo, si puedes y no es mucha molestia. ¿Me lo podrias enviar?.
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Re: MODELOS LLAMA

Mensajepor tuareg » 10 Mar 2010 21:38

Gracias por el ofrecimiento beltran, te mando un privado.

He encontrado lo que buscaba. lo pongo aqui para compartirlo:


Model Listing - Self Loading Pistols
Radium: Manufactured from 1910-1915. Self-loading pistol, hammerless, frame mounted safety, manufactured in 6.35mm/.25 ACP, six-round fixed magazine with sliding cover.

Ruby: Manufactured from 1914-1919. Self-loading pistol, copy of the FN Model 1903, hammerless, frame mounted safety, manufactured in 7.65mm/.32 ACP, nine-round removable magazine.

Bufalo: Manufactured from 1919-1925. Self-loading pistol, copy of the FN Model 1910, internal hammer, manufactured in 7.65mm/.32 ACP, and 9mm corto/.380 ACP with seven, nine, and twelve-round removable magazines.

Danton: Manufactured from 1925-1933. Self-loading pistol, copy of the FN Model 1910, internal hammer, manufactured in 6.35mm/.25 ACP , 7.65mm/.32 ACP, and 9mm corto/.380 ACP with seven-round, nine-round (85 mm barrel), and twelve-round (100mm barrel) removable magazines.

Ruby Plus Ultra: Manufactured from 1925-1933. Self-loading pistol, copy of the FN Model 1903, hammerless, frame mounted safety, manufactured in 7.65mm/.32 ACP with 22-round double-column removable magazine. Some with 140mm extended barrel, weight 1,000 grams. Some models were selective fire.

Llama I: Manufactured from 1933-1954. Self-loading pistol, blowback operation, miniature copy of Colt 1911 in 7.65mm/.32 ACP with nine-round magazine and without grip safety.

Llama II: Manufactured from 1933-1936. Self-loading pistol, blowback operation, miniature copy of Colt 1911 in 9mm corto/.380 ACP with eight-round magazine and without grip safety. Withdrawn due to design issues.

Llama III: Manufactured from 1936-1954. Self-loading pistol, blowback operation, miniature copy of Colt 1911A1 in 9mm corto/.380 ACP with eight-round magazine and without grip safety.

Llama III-A: Manufactured from 1954-1997. Self-loading pistol, blowback operation, miniature copy of Colt 1911 in 9mm corto/.380 ACP with eight-round magazine and with grip safety. Also fitted with longer manual safety lever. Early models fitted with lanyard ring; later models replaced this with a ventilated rib and plastic target grips. Luxury finishes (including gold plating) and various engraving options were available. One of the most successful models in the Llama range.

Llama IV: Manufactured from 1936-1954. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, copy of Colt 1911A1 in 9mm Largo with eight-round magazine, lanyard ring and without grip safety.

Llama V: Manufactured from 1936-1954. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, copy of Colt 1911A1 in .38 ACP without grip safety. English markings for US export market.

Llama VI: Manufactured from 1936-1954. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, miniature copy of Colt 1911A1 in 9mm corto/.380 ACP with grip safety. Identical to III-A except for locked breach. Spanish markings for domestic and Latin American export market.

Llama VII: Manufactured from 1936-1954. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, copy of Colt 1911A1 in .38 ACP with eight-round magazine, without grip safety. Available as Llama Extra model fitted with checkered walnut grips and extended barrel. Spanish markings for domestic and Latin American export market.

Llama VIII: Manufactured from 1955-1985. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, copy of Colt 1911A1 in .38 Super with eight-round magazine, grip safety, ventilated rib (in later models), single stack 8 round magazine and lanyard ring. Available as Llama Extra model fitted with checkered walnut grips and extended barrel. A large capacity model, the Llama VIII-C, with a twin column 18-round magazine, rounded hammer spur and neoprene grips was made in the 1980's.

Llama IX: Manufactured from 1936-1954. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, copy of Colt 1911A1 in .45 ACP, with single column 7 round magazine and lanyard ring.

Llama IX-A: Manufactured from 1955 to 1985. Identical to the Llama IX except for the addition of a grip safety. Later models had a ventilated rib. This model was the mainstay of Llama's American export market.

Llama IX-B : Manufactured from 1955 to 1985. Compact version of Llama IX-A.

Llama IX-C: Manufactured from 1994 to 1997. Similar to the Llama IX-A except for the 12-round double column magazine, inspired by the Para-Ordnance .45 calibre pistols. Fitted with special Swartz Safety to prevent accidental discharge when the pistol is dropped. Magazine capacity was later dropped to 10 rounds in late 1994 and several minor changes made to the hammer and safety.

Llama X-A: Manufactured from 1954-1997. Self-loading pistol, blow-back operation, miniature copy of Colt 1911 in 7.65mm/.32 ACP with grip safety and loaded chamber indicator. Identical to III-A except for calibre.

Llama XI Especial: Manufactured from 1933-1954. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, based on Colt 1911A1 but with more ergonomic frame, in 9mm Parabellum with lanyard ring and without grip safety. Ribbed wooden grips, rounded hammer, eight round magazine. Well regarded, widely exported to Asia and popular during Spanish Civil War.

Llama XI-A and Llama XI-B: Manufactured from 1978-1995. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, based on Colt 1911A1, in 9mm Parabellum with grip safety. Checkered wooden or plastic grips, spurred hammer, eight round magazine. Apart from name and calibre, not directly based on Llama XI Especial. The Llama XI-B was a compact model. Subject to recalls in 1984 (Llama XI-A) and 1992 (Llama XI-B) due to risk of accidental discharge.

Llama XII-B : Manufactured from 1990-1995. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, based on Colt 1911A1, in .40 S&W calibre.

Llama XV "Especial": Manufactured from 1954-1997. Self-loading pistol, blowback operation, miniature copy of Colt 1911 in .22 LR with grip safety. Identical to Llama III-A except for calibre.

Llama XVI: Manufactured from 1954-1997. Self-loading pistol, blowback operation, miniature copy of Colt 1911 in .22 LR with grip safety. Identical to Llama XV except for luxury finish (including gold plating) and various engraving options.

Llama XVII : Manufactured from 1963-1969. Self-loading pistol, blow-back operation in .22 RF, with single-column six-round magazine. Smaller version of Llama XV. One of the smallest Spanish pistols ever made, it was discontinued due to the US Gun Control Act of 1968.

Llama XVIII: Manufactured 1963-1969. Self-loading pistol, blow-back operation in 6.35mm/.25 ACP, with single-column six-round magazine. Smaller version of Llama XV. One of the smallest Spanish pistols ever made, it was discontinued due to the US Gun Control Act of 1968.

Llama XIX: Manufactured from 1954-1997. Self-loading pistol, blowback operation, miniature copy of Colt 1911 in 9mm corto/.380 ACP with grip safety. Also had a longer manual safety lever. Identical to Llama III-A except for lighter weight aluminium alloy frame.

Omni I : Manufactured from aprox. 1980-1986. Self-loading pistol, original design with Browning 1935-type locked breech, in 45 ACP with single column seven-round magazine. Numerous modern features such as de-cocker safety lever.

Omni II : Manufactured from aprox. 1980-1986. Self-loading pistol, original design with Browning 1935-type locked breech, in 9mm Parabellum with single column nine-round magazine. Numerous modern features such as de-cocker safety lever.

Omni III: Manufactured aprox. 1980-1986. Self-loading pistol, original design with Browning 1935-type locked breech, in 9mm Parabellum with double column 13-round magazine. Numerous modern features such as de-cocker safety lever.

Llama M-82: Manufactured from 1986-1997. Self-loading pistol, original design with Beretta falling-block type locked breech, in 9mm Parabellum with double-stack 15-round magazine. Numerous modern features such as ambidextrous de-cocker safety lever, magazine safety, reversible magazine release. Best reliability with NATO specification ball ammunition. Adopted by Spanish Military in 1987.

Llama M-87: Manufactured from 1986-1997. Self-loading pistol, original design with Beretta falling-block type locked breech, in 9mm parabellum with double-stack 15-round magazine. Numerous modern features such as ambidextrous de-cocker safety lever, magazine safety, reversible magazine release. High-grade competition pistol based on M-82 with extended barrel, compensator, muzzle weight, target sights, target trigger, additional manual safety, extended magazine release, extended safety levers, and two-tone finish (chrome with blued slide). Despite the high price, the M-87 was greeted with excellent reviews on release

Llama MAX-1: Also called MAX-I Government. Manufactured from 1995-2005. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, Colt 1911-A1 "clone", in .45 ACP (7-round magazine) .40 S&W (8-round magazine) and in 9mm Parabellum (9-round magazine) but with reduced size mainspring housing. 5 1/8 inch barrel. High polish blue or satin-chrome finish.

Llama MAX-2: Manufactured from 1995-????. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, Colt 1911-A1 "clone", in .38 super with double column 18-round magazine and reduced size mainspring housing. For IPSC (International Practical Shooting Confederation) competition. Limited manufacture.
Llama MAX-I C/F: Also called Max-I Compact. Manufactured 1995-????. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, Colt 1911-A1 "clone", in .45 ACP (7-round magazine), .40 S&W (8-round magazine) and in 9mm Parabellum (9-round magazine) but with reduced size mainspring housing. High polish blue or satin-chrome finish. Shorter (4.25 inch barrel) and lighter model of the MAX-I.

Llama Mini-Max: Manufactured from 1995-2005. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, miniature version of Colt 1911-A1 in 9mm Parabellum and 38 Super (8-round capacity), .40 S&W (7-round capacity) and .45 ACP (6-round capacity) with a 3.7 inch barrel. Extended safety lever, rounded hammer, Swartz safety, 3-dot sight, checkered neoprene grips and contoured trigger-guard. Standard 1911-type magazines could be used in the .45 ACP model to give 7 or 8-round capacity. Finishes include matte blue, satin chrome, two-tone and stainless steel.

Llama Mini-Max II: Manufactured from 1997-2005. Self-loading pistol, locked breech, miniature version of Colt 1911-A1 in 9mm Parabellum (10-round capacity), .40 S&W (10-round capacity) and .45 ACP (10-round capacity) with a 3.7 inch barrel. Extended safety lever, rounded hammer, Swartz safety, 3-dot sight, checkered neoprene grips. International model available with higher capacity magazine.
Llama Micro-Max: Manufactured from 1997-2005. Self-loading pistol, blow-back operation, miniature version of Colt 1911-A1 in 9mm corto/.380 ACP (7-round capacity) and 7.65mm/.32 ACP (8-round capacity). Extended safety lever, rounded hammer. Matt black finish only. Replacement for Llama III-A.

Model Listing - Revolvers

Early Production revolvers from 1904-1914

Nagant revolvers in 7.62mm Nagant and 8mm Lebel
Colt New Service copies in .32 S&W long and 7.62 Nagant
Vélodog-style revolvers in 5.5mm Vélodog, .22LR, 6.35mm/.25 ACP, and 7.65mm/.32 ACP
Ruby Extra revolvers represented Gabilondo's economy range of revolvers. Manufactured from 1955-1970 they are copies of the Smith & Wesson Military and Police models, but fitted with coiled mainspring. They were very popular in the Philippines and South America.

Model 12 (XII): .38 Special calibre revolver with 5-inch barrel and service grips.
Model 13 (XIII): .38 Special calibre revolver with 4 or 6-inch barrel and ventilated rib. Rounded grips on 4-inch model. Adjustable sights and target grips on 6-inch model. First Llama model with eccentric-cam firing pin safety. Llama was the first manufacturer to use this system on their revolvers.
Model 14 (XIV): .22 LR and .32 S&W long revolver with 2, 4 or 6-inch barrel and various sights.
Llama revolvers had a better standard of manufacture and higher price. Manufactured from 1969-1978 and based on the Smith and Wesson Military and Police model but fitted with coiled mainspring.
Martial: .38 Special calibre revolver with 2, 4 or 6-inch barrel, ventilated rib and adjustable rear sights. A similar revolver, also chambered in .38 Special, was sold marked "Martial Police"
Model 22 (XXII): .38 special calibre double action steel-framed target revolver. Adjustable sights and target grips. Deluxe "Olimpico" model available.
Model 26 (XXVI): .22 LR calibre double action steel-framed revolver.
Model 27 (XXVII): .32 S&W long revolver calibre double action steel-framed revolver.
Model 28 (XVIII): .22 LR calibre double action alloy-framed revolver.
Model 29 (XIX): .22 LR double action steel-framed target revolver. Adjustable sights and target grips. Deluxe "Olimpico" model available.
Model 30 (XXX): .22 magnum calibre double action steel-framed revolver.
Model 32 (XXXII): .32 S&W long revolver calibre double action steel-framed target revolver. Adjustable sights and target grips. Deluxe "Olimpico" model available.
Comanche revolvers were the flagship of Gabilondo's revolver range produced from 1975 -1997. They were copies of large framed Smith & Wesson revolvers. Although of a very high standard, they were unable to compete successfully in the US market.
Comanche: In .357 magnum calibre with 6-inch barrel. Renamed Comanche III in 1977.
Comanche I: .22 LR calibre with 6-inch barrel, ventilated rib, adjustable rear sight, wide spur hammer. Chrome finish and engraving options available. [9]
Comanche II: .38 special calibre with 4 or 6-inch barrel, ventilated rib, adjustable rear sight, wide spur hammer. Chrome finish and various engraving options available.[9]
Comanche III: Renamed Comanche .357 with 4 or 6-inch barrel, ventilated rib, adjustable rear sight, wide spur hammer. Chrome finish and various engraving options available.[10]
Comanche IV/ .44 Magnum Super Comanche: 44 magnum with 6 or 8.5-inch barrel, ventilated rib, adjustable rear sight, wide spur hammer, extra wide trigger. Over-size walnut target grips and blued finish only. Discontinued 1994. [10]
Comanche V/ .357 Magnum Super Comanche: .357 magnum with 4, 6, or 8.5-inch barrel, ventilated rib, adjustable rear sight, wide spur hammer, extra wide trigger. Over-size walnut target grips and blued finish only. Discontinued 1994.[10]
Scorpio and Picolo were Gabilondo's first entry into the compact pocket revolver range since their early revolvers of 1904-1914.
Scorpio: .22LR and 32 S&W long calibre with 2-inch unribbed barrel, low profile sights, rounded grips, steel frame.
Picolo: .22LR and 32 S&W long calibre with 2-inch unribbed barrel, low profile sights, rounded grips, alloy frame.
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Re: MODELOS LLAMA

Mensajepor tuareg » 10 Mar 2010 21:41

MENUDO LADRILLO!!! y EN INGLES!!!!

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Re: MODELOS LLAMA

Mensajepor Beltran » 11 Mar 2010 17:26

[quote="tuareg"]Gracias por el ofrecimiento beltran, te mando un privado.

He encontrado lo que buscaba. lo pongo aqui para compartirlo:


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Re: TODOS LOS MODELOS LLAMA AQUI

Mensajepor tuareg » 11 Mar 2010 23:27

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