Let's See Your Seecamp's Everyone

Let's See Your Seecamp's Everyone

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    Let's See Your Seecamp's Everyone

    Greeting's All-

    Well, these fine little firearms are kind'a scarce and gett'in a hold
    on one NIB can be difficult. I got real lucky 'bout March of '05 and
    snagged this one; a LWS-32 for $360 OTD~!
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    Nice little gun.I have yet to find one in my area that I could afford.I wish I could get one in 380 acp.
    Have Fun and Shoot Straight !!

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    The most easily concealable handgun I own. I love my little Seecamp. It fits into any situation and is comforting to have at all times. Here with my new Matt Del Fatti PH3 pocket holster and also in my Rosen 5G which I used before my MDF arrived. Not many people belt carry the seecamp but sometimes if you wear a suit, it's a nice option behind the jacket on my hip.




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    Orangehole: those are great photographs (will you take pictures of my kids?) Btw, which caliber is your Seecamp?

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    My Seecamp is the 32acp model. I was tempted to buy a 380 and had 1 or 2 opportunities but felt spending almost $900 for a slight upgrade was not worth it.

    The pics that I posted were ok and I have seen alot better from others. The biggest factor in taking pics is the lighting! My camera for taking most small pics for pistols or ebay is just a regular 2.1megapixel digital camera. Nothing fancy. The lighting is key

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    Here's a few photos of the Siblings. Please excuse the poor quality of the Photos as they were taken with a video camera.

    My Engraved LWS380 leaning up against the LWS32


    The 32 in a De Santis Front Pocket Holster and the 380 in a Hedley Back Pocket Holster




    The 380 in a Ken Null SMZ and the 32 in a custom built Mark Garrity Shoulder Holster.


    The LWS380 in a Mini Scabbard (OWB) by Mark Garrity.
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    First post on these forums, might as well be in this thread. ;) Here's my Seecamp .32 that I just bought a couple weeks ago. I lucked out and found a stocking dealer in my area (www.migunslingers.com).








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    My New 32

    FJC,
    What's the technique for such great photos?!
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    My .32 -



    I've become very fond of this little gun!

    Peace,

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEtracker View Post
    FJC,
    What's the technique for such great photos?!
    Lighting (diffused with multiple sources), a tripod, remote release, and a high aperture number. :)

    It's tough to get the lighting just right on such a small, shiny pistol, but that's half the fun.

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    Thanks. Lighting is really the tough part.
    In general, I just don't spend much time on the photos... :)
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