Eagle Imports, Inc., the company that distributes brands like Metro Arms, SPS, Bersa, Comanche, Grand Power and Avidity Arms, first unveiled the Llama Micromax pistol back at SHOT Show 2016. But it’s been unavailable in the United States. Until now, that is. That’s right, Eagle Imports just confirmed that the Llama Micromax is finally shipping to American shores.
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A classic 1911 shrunk down for easy concealment, the Llama Micromax—which is manufactured by Metro Arms out of the Philippines—still retains the function and performance of a full-size model. It sports a Novak-style rear sight; fiber optic front sight; beavertail grip safety; and smoothly-rackable slide. Meanwhile, the pistol’s flared and lowered ejection port eliminates hang-ups, and front and rear slide serrations provide a better grip for the end user.
The pistol sports a sleek look thanks to its skeletal combat hammer combined with a combat trigger. In addition, the throated forged steel 3.75-inch barrel is touted in the press release for its durability, and a standard slide stop enhances safety. Other features on this gun include a 7+1 capacity; contoured polymer grips; 4140 Steel Frame; 4140 Hammer Forged Steel Slide; weight of 22.9 ounces; length of 6.3 inches; height of 4.5 inches and width of 1.2 inches.
Chambered in .380 ACP, the MSRP on the Llama Micromax is $468.
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For more information, go to eagleimportsinc.com.
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