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I horse traded for this pistol Over the weekend. It’s a Llama .32 made in 1944 and shipped from Spain to Gustav Genschow &Co. aka GECO in Germany. I’d only ever come across one before and it was a complete relic. Unfortunately this one’s missing it’s original grips though the previous owner had a fairly nice replacement set made. I think I’ll get them checkered to approximate the appearance of the originals. Here are some pics.

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very nice! these Llamas are tough to come by. One has to look close to find the Geco mark. For whatever reason they kept changing the placement up. Mine is on the right side close to the serial number. As to the grips, you may be able to find an original set if you are vigilant. Congrats and thanks for sharing!
 
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