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    Default Re: Llama 32ACP - Looking for parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    It is not worth the trip as a stand-alone excursion but if you're in the area, it's not far off of I-78, near the Delaware River.
    Really cool gun store a block away and I never knew about it the few times I made the trip.The Heritage Guild of Easton https://www.heritageguild.com/Firear...re/Easton.aspx
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    Default Re: Llama 32ACP - Looking for parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    Really cool gun store a block away and I never knew about it the few times I made the trip.The Heritage Guild of Easton https://www.heritageguild.com/Firear...re/Easton.aspx
    I think that's right up the street from SARCO and I believe we went in there. My memory sucks but Daycrawler might recall better. I don't recall it being as cool as those pictures depict.
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    Default Re: Llama 32ACP - Looking for parts

    The gun you are referring to is known as "Llama Especial" It was also chambered in380ACP (a.k.a. 9x17mm). Yours being in 32ACP (a.k.a. 9x17SRBrowning or 7.62 Browning Short).

    The slide-stop from either caliber should fit yours, as they were the same dimension in each other respect.

    Try "Jack First" https://jackfirstinc.com
    or
    https://oldarmsofidaho.com/

    No guarantees, but Jack First has helped me with some obscure items, and (incidentally) a barrel for my own Llama Especial in 380ACP. He might not have it immediately, but if you ask him to keep an eye open, he usually will be of help.
    Last edited by Flash; December 19th, 2022 at 12:24 AM. Reason: correct spelling, spacing
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    Default Re: Llama 32ACP - Looking for parts


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