The Llama Micromax .380 is a 1911-style gun and it is a sub-subcompact because it is a .380 design. This is the new Llama. Llama went away for a long time but is now back on the market with, among other guns, this significantly upgraded .380 subcompact 1911-style single-action gun.
You may be interested in the Llama Micromax .380 as a personal-defense gun or to take to the range for handgun training and practice. It really is upgraded from the old-style version of the .380 1911.
It has deep serrations front and rear, fiber-optic front sight, ambidextrous safety, easy to find and positive magazine release with a drop-free magazine, full-length grip that holds the seven-round magazine, and a total capacity of eight rounds. It has a precision-made 4140 steel frame.
The Llama Micromax .380 has a relieved trigger. The trigger pull is very short and crisp, and the Micromax has a custom-style hammer, also skeletonized for reduced weight and esthetics. It has a flared and lowered ejection port to eliminate hang ups, contoured grips for comfort, and throated forged-steel barrel for added durability. Barrel length is 3.75 inches. Overall length is 6.3 inches, height 4.5 inches, width 1.2 inches, and it weighs a mere 23 ounces.
Subcompact 1911 in .380
Some subcompact 1911s in .45 ACP have a bad reputation. But as the caliber gets smaller, the gun gets smaller, and they tend to work better together. So a 1911 built around the .380 caliber is a good choice. Consider the Llama Micromax .380 for your personal-defense needs.