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Seecamp 32 holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Border, Mar 5, 2007.

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  1. Border

    Border Member

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    Hi
    I am debating as to whether to carry my new Seecamp LWS-32 just in my pocket or whether to try the leather "square" holster they advertise or something else. I don't want to be fumbling about if the worse happened. Anyone have experience in this area/any holster reccomendations?

    Thanks!

    Steve
     
  2. kokapelli

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    Carrying in your pocket, trigger exposed, unholsterd and with a round chambered is an accident waiting to happen.
     
  3. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

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    I have carried my Seecamp LWS-32 with NO holster, and currently I'm using
    an Uncle Mike's front pants pocket holster; as its inexpensive, and protects
    the firearm as well~! ;) :D
     
  4. scottw

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    I make leather holsters for pocket carry and sell the heck out of them. I use them and know a bunch of people who swear by them.. Each holster is shipped with 8 pages of CCW info. If interested contact me.
     
  5. AK103K

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    I've been using a Smart Carry holster for mine. I still cant find a pocket holster I'm comfortable with. I have to much other stuff in my pockets and even with the pocket empty and just the gun/holster in there, it still looks like I have a pistol in it.

    In the Smart Carry, it totally disappears, and I can access it two ways, down the top of my pants, or through the zipper. Its very comfortable and even works well with my P230 or P239, although they present a slightly larger bulge.
     
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    Pocket gun Pocket holster simple Uncle mikes #1 should work fine . To carry otherwise is Well don't
     
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    I usually carry my Seecamp in a DeSantis Nemisis. But, for those times that I don't want to sit on my gun or have it in a front pocket I use this, made by KD Holsters. ...
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  9. silversport

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    for the same reasons mentioned above...I just picked up a High Noon pocket holster...one of the ones he has in stock...nice...that KD looks sweet...
    Bill
     
  10. deputy tom

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    I prefer the Galco PH262.This quality holster has served me well for many years.tom.:cool:
     
  11. ArchAngelCD

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    Hedley Holsters makes very fine holsters for the Seecamp and many of the other very small pocket pistols. Give them a look here: http://www.hedleyholsters.com/
     
  12. MICHAEL T

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    uncle mikes #1 cheap works
     
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