Photos of my BUG (Seecamp LWS32)

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    Photos of my BUG (Seecamp LWS32)

    Just got it this afternoon. This little Weapon is built like a Tank. Well,.. an 11oz. Tank The smooth Stainless finish on this gun is incredible. These photos do not do it justice!

    I can't wait to take it to the Range tomorrow. Tomorrow, I'll post a few photos of the Targets that I'll be shooting from a distance of 5, 10 and 15 feet.
    For now, here's a few photos that illustrate the size of the LWS32 compared to my Ultra Carry 45acp.


    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Nice looking gun tiny though

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    I've always thought those little Seecamps would make a nice pocket gun. Read a review in Gun tests on the .380 that wasn't so glowing. Please let us know how it works on the range and your impressions.

    Nice find!
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    Good job on the pics.

    Looking Good !

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    Yep - nice pics and I do find more good talk than bad on that little gun.

    It sure is concealable and I think Larry has developed a niche market and following with it. Not the cheapest of small guns tho IIRC.

    Personally I'd prefer to not drop below the R9 capabilities but - ''any gun ..... etc''
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    I didnt realize they were that small. Definetly let us know how it does at the range. Im thinking of a bug but not a seacamp out of my price range. Those are nice looking pieces tho. hope it works great for ya.

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    Nice pictures....have fun at the range
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    los, that thing is to cool for school my man! I like it. Looks like a great BUG. I will have to look into one for myself.


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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry
    .... Not the cheapest of small guns tho IIRC.
    Quote Originally Posted by sixgun
    ... Im thinking of a bug but not a seacamp out of my price range. .
    Quote Originally Posted by Ti Carry
    .... I will have to look into one for myself.
    There's a guy on GA that sells them new for $360.00 plus $20 shipping. A few members at the Seecamp Forum have bought from this guy and they all say he's the real deal and a great guyto buy from.

    Here's the link ...
    http://www.gunsamerica.com/guns/976702551.htm

    ...So they're not THAT expensive.

    One of the great things about ownership is that if and when you have a few questions about your Seecamp, ..you can actually talk to Mr. Seecamp himself!! He's always on the Seecamp Forum!!
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White
    Nice looking gun tiny though
    Wait till you see the shoulder holster Mark Garrity is building for me. Apparently a one-of-a-kind Rig!!
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Thanks for the link los! about the same price as a NAA Guardian then for that price!


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    Great looking piece!! Make sure you throw some pics up of the holster when it comes in!!

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    Nice pics.
    I've seen these at shows, and they are small!
    Re: price, add $100-$150 on for a MA compliant version, so, yes, these are expensive in some states.
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    Very nice pics los!

    Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ti Carry
    Thanks for the link los! about the same price as a NAA Guardian then for that price!
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    Ironic. I just found the original invoice enclosed in the factory Box. Apparently, this Gun was sold by the same gentleman/store that sells them for $360.00 on GA. The invoice is dated 02/02/06, and the Gun was sold NIB for $350.00 plus 20 bucks for shipping.

    The Store/Sellers name is: Ron Gilstrap of Gilstrap Shooters Supply, Alvin, Texas,...281-331-7208.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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