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    Seecamp

    Anyone have any idea on where there is a Seecamp dealer in the state of Virginia, in particular SE Virginia. Any idea on the cost and availability?


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    Thumbs up The Have A Nice Web Site

    Click Here To Go There.



    Some nice photos on that site also. I especially like the engraved one.
    Oh they even have a little Seecamp forum. Cool!
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    I really like my kel-tec p-32, but have been expermenting with larger caliber pocketguns. I was headed to a Kel-tec in .380, but darn that .380 seecamp is calling loud!! Anyone able to compare the two from personal use/carry? Thanks luteai
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    Be warned that the Seecamp .380 is twice the price of the .32.
    I have never figured why either.

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    Twice the price of the Keltec .32 or the Seecamp .32? Have you seen any of the .32 or .380 Seecamps in our area .02?
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    I think 02 is saying the Seecamp 380 is half the price of Seecamp 32..
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    IMO, for the best in deep cover carry, they can't be beat, I own the 25,32,and the 380.

    BUt for general carry the Kahr Pm9 is very hard to beat

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    I believe current retail for the LWS380 is $799.00. You can be added to the [long] list by placing an Order directly from The Seecamp Company. A small down payment is required.

    Current ETA is about 12-15 months.

    A NIB LWS380 usually sells for somewhere between $1000 to $1500 (if you can find one) when offered by private sellers.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Here's a link to the only 380 Seecamp I can find listed. It's on GunAmerica and priced at $885.00
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mojoski View Post
    I think 02 is saying the Seecamp 380 is half the price of Seecamp 32..
    I'm saying the .380 Seecamp is twice the price of the .32 Seecamp.

    Not seen often here in Nashville, try Guns and Leather in Greenbrier.

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    Several NIBs on GunBroker for $325-375. Never hurts to check the seller's location, conclude a deal FTF.......

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    Sorry, los.. that's what I meant to say.. LWS380s are TWICE the price of LWS32s.. not the other way around..

    And if you see NIB ones for less than 400, that is definitely the 32, and not the 380..
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    It may be a nice gun butt it is a little pricey for a backup. Steve48

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    For that price, I'll buy three KT 380s, one for each pocket and one on the ankle!

    I'm sure they are nice guns, and a classic pocket auto, but that's too rich for my blood, unfortunately.

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    Folks you miss the point , the little seecamp pistols are the same as a lux car .. you pay a bit more to get a bit more , not in ballistic performance , but in pride . A lot of folks will post that my XX brand is just as good ... it may well be on performance . Hell i shoot Kahrs they are a " lodgepin " gun that many posters will say they can duplicate at half the cost .. Chris shoots one of them spendy 9s (Roraghbaugh or howeaver you speel it ) . Point is , IMHO there is a reason top flight pistols cost what they do ... they are that much bettter than a low flight pistol . Tho i have never held one of them little rorgabaugh ( or howeaver ya speel it ) , i am shure if i ever shoot one i will be lost , since in all my life i have never seen a top of the line product that i did not want . For my self now my Kahrs are at my affordability of fine firearms to use , if others have different standards , be they an " RG" .25 or a top of the line kimber it dont matter to me ... get a gun , and have it with you allways , cost you can work up on , survival is a rough test .
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