I've always been a fan of small framed pocket pistols, they're fun little guns. I just picked up this Seecamp today, look how big my 442 looks in comparison...
Yeah, they always seem to be backordered. Lots of dealers getting (or trying to) premiums on them. Right now, the only FFL I know of that has them in my state is a shop North of Boston.Templar said:I remember when Seecamp's were running 20% above retail they were so much in demand.
Very nice little pistolas.
I totally agree... as a back up to my back up, yes, but not as a primary. I'm just a gun nut, single shot centerfire rifles, to muzzle loaders, to belt feds, I love them all. I try to stay practical but sometimes something like a 22 LR Bobcat comes along... and I NEED to buy it :goof:MotorcityMan said:I have a colt junior in 25acp, cute little fucker. Not much bang for the buck but it works and figure its a last resort weapon. Carries well in my pocket too and fairly accurate, I figure unload 5 or 6 25's into someones head is gonna work. With all that said I bought for curiosity and thats it, carried it maybe twice in 10 years. Small frame autoloaders are nice and compact but larger caliber compacts are not too much bigger these days so it's a moot point to carry them IMHO.
I also have one. It's my "carry to work" gun. It fits nicely in my front pocket with a pocket holster.Rrotz said:i have a pf9 that i carry
I thought the LCP was pretty muich a clone of the Kel-Tec...Why the two ounce difference? Could one be with the mag?veprx4 said:
I don't think it will be for sometime, the waiting list at my local shop is 50+ deep.Robpiat said:I thought the LCP was pretty muich a clone of the Kel-Tec...Why the two ounce difference? Could one be with the mag?veprx4 said:
I am planning on picking up a LCP once they are cheap and available.