Erma Luger .380

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    gun runner john
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    Here's a new arrival, a brand new in the box Erma Luger .380. This is one if the 1980's Beeman imports that has been sitting in a closet ever since. It's never been fired, clean as a whistle.




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    I like that one GRJ, sweet piece!
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    Xracer
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    Nice GRJ. Wouldn't a "Baby Nambu" make a nice companion for it?

    Now you've gotta get one of those .380 mini-1911 Llamas to go with it.

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    I've looked at a few Baby Nambus, but I can't see spending over $2000 for a nice one, so I'll probably never own one. I'd like to find an old Llama mini, but not one of the new ones. I used to own a newer one, but it wasn't the true locked breech 1911 copy, and I sold it. I do have a close relative, a brand new Star Model S from the Spanish AF, also unfired in .380.




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    I have one of the old Llamma .22-LR 1911's!
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    Xracer
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    I didn't know the newer small Llamas had changed.

    My mini-Llama .380 is from the '70's. Except for the external extractor, it's a piece-for-piece copy of the M1911A1. Sweet shootin' li'l sucker, too.

    Edited by: Xracer at: 11/16/02 9:08:13 am

    gun runner john
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    I'm still looking around for one of the old Llama .380's, I'll stumble over one someday.


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    Pretty handguns gun runner john - very pretty as always.

    gun runner john
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    Thanks, I polish them as much as possible!
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