Among folks who carry firearms professionally, the small, precisely-machined pocket autos made by the L.W. Seecamp Co. have always been something of a legend — a cult following.
First, they were difficult to obtain. The had waiting periods that sometimes stretched for years.
Second, they were expensive — very expensive compared to other pocket autos.
But more importantly, they were reliable as hell — incredibly well made firearms — that offered the end user peace of mind should they shoot their primary firearm dry.
Well, the L.W. Seecamp Co. is back, and according to Christopher Garvey, their program manager, they’re increasing production.
Chris had three models at SHOT Show 2017, in .25, .32 and .380.
They’re everything you want in a back-up handgun.
The fit and finish is incredible — there’s not a sharp edge on the gun. The slide to frame fit is fantastic. It feels like the slide is moving across oiled glass. The trigger is stiff — eleven pounds — but it’s clean.
MSRP for the .25 and .32 is $565. The .380 sells for $845.
Seecamp is going to send us the .32 and the .380 for a complete T&E.
I am really looking forward to the testing.
I’m glad these little pistols are back.