Need CCW Advice for Seecamp


March 6, 2004, 06:58 PM
I recently purchased a Seecamp LSW .32acp for concealed carry and would appreciate recommendations on carry options. I usually dress casually in jeans and untucked shirts, also I live in Florida so I want something that can be worn comfortably for 4-8 hours in the heat. I was thinking about a front or rear pocket holster but was wondering if they're uncomfortable when sitting/driving, or if sittting on the little Seecamp with my 190lbs would damage the pistol. TIA.


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March 6, 2004, 07:31 PM
I carry with Don Hume jit slide# 78 works well strong side at 4:00.DeSanits pocket works front or back your inlaws will never know.

March 7, 2004, 09:37 AM
I have sold a bunch of front pocket holsters for the Naa and a few for the issues as to damage...I Have also solld a few Rear pocket holsters for the Naa and Seecamp with no reports of damage.

Granted most of my business comes from Naa and Kel-tecs but I have never been alerted to any damage from any of my customers..

If my Kel-tec P-32 can take riding in my rear pocket (I am about 240) for more than a year I dont think you have to worry about it much...

March 7, 2004, 09:40 AM
I used to carry my Seecamp in my right front pocket in a DeSantis pocket holster and never had any problems. I have never carried in a rear pocket but I don't think I'd care for that method. I think it would hurt your butt before it would hurt the pistol.

Kentucky Rifle
March 7, 2004, 03:27 PM
It's about all you could ask for as far as Seecamp concealment goes. It sorta matches the curve of your leg, which makes things very slim. I also have his back pocket model, and I thought nothing could be better than that--until I got the "Front Pocket LE". (And matching spare magazine pocket sleeve.) It's also very comfortable. Unlike a lot of guys I know, I actually carry my Seecamp. One friend was simply horrified that I carry my Seecamp. He keeps his in his safe and only takes it out to look at it. I don't think it's even ever been loaded. One time I asked him what the point was of having such a neat little hide-out pistol if he just hid it in his safe. He told me that he didn't want to take the chance of getting a scratch on it. His Seecamp is truly something he's just collected, and I reckon that's OK. But, like "Wildalaska", mine is in my pocket nearly every day.


March 7, 2004, 08:20 PM
I wouldnt worry about hurting it while sitting...I sit on my pocket pistol all day long.

I have an Autauga MKII, roughly the same size, and I often carry it in a zip around wallet that i gutted....not a good quick draw option, but very easy and comfortable to carry.

March 7, 2004, 08:26 PM
Drop it in your back pocket.....and forget about it..

Thats what I do 24/7...

Caveat...Im gonna get a back pocket holster for use on some occasions when I may be concerned about the visibility of the gun.....


March 7, 2004, 08:36 PM
The Seecamp was MADE for pocket carry.

In just about any well-made pocket hoslter, you will forget that you have it.
It's that small & comfortable.

I find that rear pocket is not as comfortable as front if you sit a lot.

March 7, 2004, 08:36 PM
I carry my Seecamp .32 in a DeSantis Nemesis in my weak side back pocket. I think it rides better in the back pocket then in the front, where it tends to droop and print more.

March 8, 2004, 02:19 PM
I agree that the seecamp was MADE specifically for pocket carry.

This thing looks interesting:

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