But others gave us a sneak peak at what the new year holds in store for shooting enthusiasts. ARES Defense Systems Belt-Fed MCR Lite AR-15 Upper ARES Defense built its business around belt-fed rifles and upper receiver assemblies.Designed to fit standard AR15/M4 lower receivers and weighing in at just 8.5 lbs., the new MCR (Mission Configurable Rifle) Lite is one of the lightest and most portable belt-fed models available. Battle Rifle Company BR4 Trident AR-15 The Battle Rifle Company BR4 Trident .223/5.56 carbine stands out from the crowd because it's the first AR platform designed and built from the ground up for use in Maritime Security (MARSEC) and shipboard operations.Imported to Nazi Germany during the World War Two by Gustav Genschow AG in Hamburg, and accordingly marked on the left side of the frame "GECO".These pistols were made available for purchase by military personnel and by civil servants, especially Germans working in occupied territories.In my opinion, the Llama is best suited as a beginning or entry-level pistol for the owner who wants to see what a 1911 is like, but who cannot afford a better piece.While the pistol can be made serviceable, my guess is that most were meant to be dropped on our shores among the unwary. Spanish gunmakers certainly know how to make a good pistol.
The Micro Max has a flared and lowered ejection port to eliminate hangups and rear slide serration to provide a better grip.
Quality workmanship and durability are hallmarks of all Llama products. Exciting things are happening – just wait to see what this generation of Llama will bring.
Campbell The company name is often mispronounced as Lah-mah, though the proper pronunciation is Yah-mah, which means “fire” in Spanish.
Manufactured by GABILONDO Y CIA, ELGOIBAR (ESPANA) in 1943, and accordingly marked on the left side of the slide and frame (Spanish date code).
The caliber is stamped just below the maker's name, "CAL 7.65M/M (32) "LLAMA"".