Call me a Idiot!!

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by hunter29180, Oct 31, 2012.

  1. old semperfi

    old semperfi New Member

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    i live in southern indiana,old country boy at hear
    ok your an idiot,you said it.i would never admit it but i have done the same thing a lot more than once.i call it an investment and also being the tree hugger that i am i call it saving fuel,since i dont have to go back again.nuff said,another idiot,old semperfi ps the llama is not an exact clone of the 1911,there is no barrel bushing.
  2. RunningOnMT

    RunningOnMT New Member

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    That looks like quite a bit of right rear site windage on that piece telcotech but unless I'm mistaken the front sight looks the same. Is there a reason for that?
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  3. Telcotech

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    You are quite correct sir and very observant. That pic was taken 18mths or so ago, and just recently I had the Llama out to our local range with my Essex/Colt 45ACP and my Para LDA 14/45. Noticed the messed up adjustment. on the rear sight and corrected it (really don't know how it got that way?). The pistol shoots very well and accuracy wise holds its own at 25yds w/ the other two. I like the sites on the Llama, and the fact that it handles round nose, semi-wadcutters etc. without any issues. My Para LDA is the same way, the Essex framed 1911 needs a good ramp job...as it does not like the semi- wadcutter type bullets. I really should get that done one of these days...cause it's a good shooter also w/ the round nose bullets. The Para is by far the best of the three...it's the LDA Limited model w/ fiber-optic front sight and is just a great pistol. Hope the Llama never breaks.....I enjoy shooting it. Bought it 5yrs ago for $100 plus a v.good condition J.Stevens 12ga. pump. Added the grips 3yrs ago for $18. Several friends at the range have shot it over the yrs, and all seemed to like the Llama....probably should sell it!!
  4. RockinRiley

    RockinRiley New Member

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    Dude this kills me, I shot a llama for my last night of my cpl class and it was most likely a used gun from the cabinet! I hope it was not that price as I would have gotten it in a second! Wow, hope you are happy with it, because that one I shot was AWESOME, at least the 10 rounds they afforded me! Congrats!
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