Spanish Plus Ultra, Llama, 22 Shot.
Large and impressive pistol made in 1927 by Gabilondo y Cia, later know as Llama, for sale in Asia during the Chinese Civil War. One of the first double stacked high capacity magazine pistols. SN: 17293. Cal: 7.65mm. Standard configuration Plus Ultra with a 3.5” barrel, fixed front sight and drift adjustable rear sight. Left side of slide marked with the Plus Ultra logo followed by single line address denoting caliber and the encircled GC. Left tang marked with the Eibar proof “A” year code denoting production in 1927 and the automatic pistol proof that is repeated at the left rear of the slide and on top of the barrel. Disassembly show the firing pin housing marked with “10/309” and the barrel “10”. Fitted with black buffalo horn grips, each panel having a nicely impressed logo and encircled GC. Lanyard loop present. Condition: Generally good with faded finish as typically seen with guns that have had action in Asia. Surprisingly nice grips with sharp logos and only minimal losses. Excellent, bright bore with sharp rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. One of the larger and more unusual Spanish pistols, arguably, the most charismatic made by Gabilondo y Cia. A HISTORIC INVESTMENT! #A-1043.
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