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Need CCW Advice for Seecamp

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by nero45acp, Mar 6, 2004.

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  1. nero45acp

    nero45acp Member

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    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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  2. LWS32

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    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.
     
  3. azrael

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    Nero,
    I have sold a bunch of front pocket holsters for the Naa and a few for the seecamp...no 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...
     
  4. FPrice

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    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.
     
  5. Kentucky Rifle

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    I have an RJ Hedley "Front Pocket LE"...

    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.

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  6. arinvolvo

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    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.

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  7. Wildalaska

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    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.....


    WildmybutthasaspceinitthatlookslikeaseecampAlaska
     
  8. Mercury

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    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.
     
  9. Slowhand

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    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.
     
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