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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    All my 9mm I use the Barnes DPX bullet. It is a deadly round. Best source right now is Black Hills.
    You prefer Black Hills over Barnes factory ammo (TAC-XPD)?

    Is the current production Corbon DPX any good?

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    "Night vision devices let you own the night. Flashlights just let you borrow some of it for a little while." -- Chris Upchurch

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  2. #32
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    The manufacturer for the Seecamp recommends specific ammo and here one good reason to use what is recommended.
    The Seecamp uses a special chamber that utilizes the cartridge casing to retard the opening of the breech. This allows the gun to be smaller and still use a simpler using a more rugged blow back action rather than making it short recoil operated with a lot of tiny moving parts like one sees in a keltec.

    The original Seecamp model was the LWS-25 chambered in .25 ACP and manufactured from 1981 through 1985, with a total production of about 5000 units. It used traditional blowback operation with a magazine capacity of 7 rounds. The .25 ACP model was dropped shortly after the introduction of the .32 ACP version.[5]
    Seecamp's second model, the LWS-32 was designed around the only hollow point .32 ACP ammunition available at the time, Winchester Silvertips. Ammunition with an overall length exceeding 0.910" (23.1mm) may not feed or chamber correctly. Operation is through chamber-ring delayed blowback where a raised ring at the rear of the chamber retards the rearward motion of the slide. This model uses a magazine with a capacity of 6 rounds. The LWS-32 remains Seecamp's most popular firearm. During the height of demand, production guns were selling out years in advance with individual guns selling for up to US$1000.[5]
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