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Thread: Experience with Seecamp LWS32 or LWS380

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    I have an opportunity to pick up an NIB Seecamp .380, and after having had it in my hand, I'm really tempted, regardless of the $700 pricetag. I have a Keltec P3AT and a Ruger LCP already, but this Seecamp is on a different level, that's for sure. It's like holding a pistol built by a Swiss watchmaker. Very good fit and it is gorgeous.

    Anyone with any experience shooting these little gems (.32 or .380), any advice is appreciated. Have you had any problems, at all? Any quirks to be aware of, etc....

    Thanks in advance!

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    I've handled one before. Never fired.

    I'm not sure whyyou would buy a firearm like that anyway, it's seems pointless to me. :?IMO

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    Dustin wrote:
    I'm not sure whyyou would buy a firearm like that anyway, it's seems pointless to me. :?IMO
    Well, the .380 is hard to find, so it's kind of a working-collector's piece. It'sthe smallest .380 on the market (not lightest or thinnest, but smallest)and very concealable. Seecamps arereliable (from what I've heard), andbuilt like a custom 1911, very tight and smooth.(I appreciatecraftsmanship.) More reasons;where I work, I have to conceal and prefer to always have two guns with me, and right now onlycarry one. This wouldprobably give me the excuse to start carrying the number I like.

    I guess it really just comes down to two reasons, though: 1. I like it.and 2. I can afford it.

    If we all bought guns only because we needed them, then there would be plenty of 12 guage pump-guns and Glocks and 1911's and J-frames sold, and not much else, because anything else would be "pointless?"

    Anyone own/shot these little gems?

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    G20-IWB24/7 wrote:
    I guess it really just comes down to two reasons, though: 1. I like it.and 2. I can afford it.
    I see

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