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Seecamp LWS32 Carry

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by tackleberry45, Oct 23, 2007.

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  1. tackleberry45

    tackleberry45 Member

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    Somebody somewherw makes a clip to attach to this pistol so you can attach to a belt/waistband. Anybody know who makes it?
     
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    Another option: Wallet holster.

    I've found carrying my Seecamp in a rear pocket wallet holster is perfect for my needs. I just keep my Seecamp next to my wallet and car keys, and pick up all three at the same time. No muss, no fuss.. :)

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    Best Wishes,

    J. Pomeroy
     
  4. Iggy

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    Go to Gunbroker.. Put in Seecamp in the search box..

    It will take you to a guy selling one that slips on the grip.
     
  5. SgtKnuckles

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    That's the one I was referring to.

    Seems like that might smart a bit when you fired it.
     
  7. JERRY

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    if im going to "clip" a gun on my waist IWB it will be something a lot more substantial than my Seecamp.

    however for pocket carry where discretion is manditory, the Seecamp gets the nod since even in the smallest pants pocket is hides well, something my J frame or Kahrs cant do.
     
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    ye gadzooks man, resize that pic. Nice Seecamp, SK.
     
  9. denfoote

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    Nonsense!!

    It's now part of my wallpaper collection!!
     
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    I use a Hedley pocket holster, wouldn't trust that clip on.....
    I wonder if anyone knows how R J is doing?
     
  11. JERRY

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    RJ is a member on the Seecamp forum, hes doing fine and so busy that he has put a stop to any incoming holster orders until he gets caught up....

    i would say thats a good thing....
     
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    The clip does look as if it would hurt. What effect does it have on your grip, trigger finger, etc?
     
  13. SgtKnuckles

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    Heres a $20.00 idea...
    Update about QuickDraw's Casual Mexican Carry...
    http://www.clipdraw.com/handguns.html
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    SgtKnuckles's Email to QuickDraw:

    I would like to know if the Silver QuickDraw is Real Stainless Steel, OR just silver plated plain steel...???

    Thanks,
    SgtKnuckles
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    QuickDraw's Reply:

    Hello SgtKnuckles,
    It's nickel plated spring steel.

    Regards, John Rugh
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    I kind of like the QuickDraw Clip idea best...
     
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