I own a Llama 9mm Parabellum serial# 870118 it is a Gabilondo y CIA - Victoria made in Spain I don't know the model if it has one there are some markings on the other side of the trigger housing I don't understand. What can you tell me about this or where may I find info/parts for this gun
Information about Gabilondo y Cia, manufacturer of the Llama brand of pistols is found here: http://www.carbinesforcollectors.com/llamapage.html
Parts and accessories are located here: http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Manufacturers/Llama- 33364.htm
An Operators manual is available for download from here: http://stevespages.com/pdf/llama_9mm_parabellum.pdf.
Llama pistols were moderately priced, decent quality handguns based primarily on the Colt Model 1911. You have what appears to be a Model XI-B pistol which was introduced in 1954 and produced through the Mid 1980's or later.
The markings on the trigger housing are Spanish proof marks and the date code for year of manufacture. I cannot read the letter in the code from the picture but the 2 indicates that it was manufactured after 1980. The code is interpreted by the letter which is the year, i.e. A2=1981, B2=1982, etc.
The wooden grips on your pistol appear to be non-factory replacements.
I have same gun but my number is c01652 any help on year of gun? It has same marks on other side of trigger
Pleas post clear,close-up pictures of the markings around the proof marks.
I have a XI A and it looks like the serial number starts with the letter B, is that correct? The date looks to be F2 and I have attached photo's the best I can et as of right now.
Mad Dog: "F2" is the date code for 1986.
I have no information on Llama serial numbers.