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    My defensive carry choice

    The Seecamp LWS 32.


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    Very nice. Enjoy!
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    It's better than nothing, I guess.

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    I guess it is better than pepper spray...
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    Your life, your choice.
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    I have a LWS32 and I carry it when I can't reasonably carry any other firearm. It's a really nicely made firearm and it has been flawless with Speer Gold Dots and Federal Hydrashocks. It's my better than nothing gun.

    Although I try to at least carry my Kahr P380 at all times.

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    Those are supposed to be sweet guns. Enjoy!

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    Load it up with a good, hot FMJ, and practice the Mozambique drill...two to the chest, one or two to the head.

    That drill makes caliber discussions largely irrelevant. Oh, and MUCH better than pepper spray.

    Enjoy, and stay safe.
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    Well made video! Nice pocket gun.
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    Good luck with your choice I am sure it's a nice firearm. I equate this to fishing for salmon or steelys with a 1wt fly rod.
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    Congrats on the new pistola...we all have our favorites.
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    I like it.The person behind the gun is what matters.
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    I traded mine for a Kahr K9 in a tuckable appendix holster....all those caliber wars got to me, it is such a small round...but it was flawless for me and hides wonderfully.
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    Nice pistol, practice with it enough and it may be enough to save your life someday. Now affording the practice ammo is another story, $7.00 higher per 50 than 9x19 at wal-mart, keeps my Colt 1903 in the safe most of the time.
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    'Very nice-looking pistol.

    I hope it keeps you safe.

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