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    My new mousegun.....

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    Here's my latest firearm acquisition... Seecamp LWS32..

    My KelTec P32 has been an excellent little carry pistol, but when carried in my DeSantis Wallet holster the mag. release button kept getting pushed enough (by my butt) to release the mag 1/4 or so..

    I filed down the mag release button, and that probably solved the problem, but in the back of my mind was always a concern for it happening again at the wrong moment..

    So.... I'd always lusted after a Seecamp anyway, and now I have one. (I kept the P32).

    I've found the Seecamp to absolutely be all it has been said to be. Top quality, very small, perfect 24/7 carry piece.

    Check 'em out.

    Best Wishes,

    J. Pomeroy

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    they are very nicely made, although a bit heavy. Not a dig, but aren't the Seecamps even more ammunition picky than Kel-Tec pistols. Even that shouldn't be a problem if the ammo of choice is one that is readily available.

    Good looking gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr surveyor
    they are very nicely made, although a bit heavy. Not a dig, but aren't the Seecamps even more ammunition picky than Kel-Tec pistols. Even that shouldn't be a problem if the ammo of choice is one that is readily available.

    Good looking gun.
    mr. surveyor:

    Thanks..

    I don't find the Seecamp too heavy for cc, but it is definitely heavier than my P32. The Seecamps are more "ammo picky" than the P32, but not as limited as they were in the past.

    After serial number 31,000 Seecamp changed to a stronger stainless steel for both the 32 & 380's.. In fact that additional strength allowed Larry Seecamp to chamber the 380 in the identical size and dimensions of the 32. (and older 25).

    Those Seecamps after 31,000 can actually shoot any round that is "truncated, or HP's(and will fit in the magazine), but the longer standard ball rounds are still too long for the magazine. Luckily Winchester has improved their Q4255 round (new stock rounds are "stubby")and it makes for a perfect plink/target round and are available most places in boxes of 50 for around $17.

    I have found that Speer "Gold Dots" work perfectly in my Seecamp, and that's my carry round of choice. My ffl friend gets me Gold Dot's for $17 for a box of 20, and while that's pricy, I don't shoot with them much.

    I've had a Tomcat, it was a pos. I have a NAA Guardian (32) and it's been excellent for over 8 years, just as my P32 has been excellent for the past 2+ years,(I don't blame the pistol for my inadvertent mag release problem).

    I think the NAA, KT, or Seecamp will all do a great job of sending a magazine full of 32's downrange if needed, so it's just "pays your money, and takes your choice"..

    Best Wishes,

    J. Pomeroy

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