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Seecamp .32 anyone have one?

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    Seecamp LWS32

    Agree with Corbon Standard JHP, but mine will not take DPX and it is not recommended by Corbon's customer services.

    Try Buffalo Bore Hardcast FN 75 grain, also.


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    Love mine. Its one of the few guns I don't think I can ever see myself getting rid of. It is my back up carry and its been faithful and flawless in that role.

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    I love all my LWS 32's simply perfection in a pocket gun. Read up at the Seecamp forum ( The L.W. Seecamp Company Forum - Index ) ,
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    I own a Seecamp 32 and pocket carry everyday now for several years. Occasionally take it out and shoot it, clean it and reload for carry. Have never had a single malfunction at all. Accurate little pistol and often accompanies as a second carry pistol.

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    Read the owner's manual, the only gunmaker I've seen admit he makes guns to shoot people.
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    I am studying the ballisticd a little closer to see if it will do the job for me.

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    Well...................tell me........whats wrong with the Guardian ???????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheelspinner View Post
    Well...................tell me........whats wrong with the Guardian ???????
    - There's nothing wrong with the Guardian. The build quality of the Seecamp is much better. This is coming from someone who's owned both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheelspinner View Post
    Well...................tell me........whats wrong with the Guardian ???????
    Is your Guardian in 380 or 32, how do you like, do you carry it much, what holster?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichSteve View Post
    Is your Guardian in 380 or 32, how do you like, do you carry it much, what holster?
    The guardian I have is in .32 and corbon make a really good round for that gun. It has never failed to feed and probably weighs as much or more than the Seecamp. It has proven to be a reliable little pocket gun in every way. I just picked up a cheep uncle mike that fits real well.

    I also have the Baretta in .32 and I sometimes feel that the Guardian is a better gun all around
    Last edited by Wheelspinner; April 26th, 2011 at 11:14 PM. Reason: add thought

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    Got one and I love it!
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    Shot the Seecamp again. About 100 rounds without a failure. Have fired 300 rounds in total without failures.
    When I leave home I seem to always reach for this little pistol.

    Quote Originally Posted by tokerblue View Post
    - There's nothing wrong with the Guardian. The build quality of the Seecamp is much better. This is coming from someone who's owned both.

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    I've never fired anything close to 100 rounds through my Seecamp during one range visit. I think the most I've ever shot at one time is all three mags, which would be 18+1 total. I average about 100 rounds a year.

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    I just paid my down payment on a Seecamp LWS32 today. 4 months to go. Very exciting!ImageUploadedByTapatalk1328072606.498894.jpg
    Gen 1 G17, Gen 3 G23, Gen 4 G26, 870P, MkIII 678, 10/22 Carbine

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