Description

Product Description
Gun comes new in the box.
Weight No Mag. 10.45 oz.
Weight w/Empty Mag 11.5 oz.
Weight Fully Loaded Silvertips 13.25 oz.
Cartridge Capcity 6 1
Caliber .32ACP
Height 3.25″
Slide Width .725″
Grip Width .86″
Length on Axis 4.25″
Action DAO – Retarded Blowback
Trigger Pull 11.5 lbs.
Frame Material Stainless
Slide Material Stainless

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Additional Information
Manufacturer Seecamp
MPN LWS-32

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Comments (4)

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I have read nothing but good things about these. They have a tremendous following. The most popular .32s today are the sub-compact/pocket pistols like the Kel-Tec P-32, NAA Guardian, Beretta Tomcat, and the SEECAMP. All of them do a good job.

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I love mine. The fit and finish is second to none. It's only downside is it is expensive to shoot because it is very ammo sensitive. It requires mostly 60gr hollowpoints. The cheaper 71gr ball ammo is just too long to feed properly. For range use this gets expensive, but without sights, it's not really a range toy. It's purpose is deep concealment. I keep mine in my glovebox for when I run to the gas station, or to pick up food, etc for when I don't have my IWB 9mm. I can throw it in about any pocket and practically forget it's there.

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These are junk. I had to send mine back to Seecamp twice for no trigger return and light primer strikes. I don't know if they fixed it the second time because I sold it immediately upon getting it back from them. The machining was awful, tooling marks, casting marks etc... I sold mine for $200 with full disclosure of what a POS it was.

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Some are better than others. I bought mine 17 years ago, and sold it 5 yrs ago. It was too tempermental, and I used the silvertips", which when they came out was the only ammo you could use in them. They were a big deal back then with guys on 2 yr waiting lists and 1000+ per gun being the norm. Just ask guys who have been around for a while and they will tell you. Everyone had to have this tiny gun that fired a cartridge larger than a 22, or 25. I sold mine to a Deputy and lost 50% of what it cost me, for an LCP. The 380 is as low as you want to go for self defense, and the Seacamp is to small and finikey for men with even medium size hands. Thrgger was bad, and you were lucky to hit anything past 10-15 feet with it.

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