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    Default Seecamp Size Comparisons

    Just got my Seecamp 32
    When I ordered this I thought “Well that’ll be nice...a little thinner and smaller than my G43...why not?”
    Even though I’d read the threads and seen the pictures, I was completely unprepared for how REALLY small this pistol is.

    This is an amazing little critter. To own one and not carry it constantly seems unimaginable. I own and have owned several small pistols. The Seecamp is in a whole different category.

    Here is the Seecamp atop a G43, G19 and G17 with their butts lined up flush.

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    Here it is with just the G43

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    If you don’t have one of these. Get one.
    Hope to get to the range this week. As far as I’m concerned, if all it’ll do is hit a torso at 3 feet, it’ll still be indispensable.
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    Wow! That really puts it in perspective, that thing is friggen small!

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    I was pleasantly surprised with the trigger too.
    It remains to be seen if the little booger will stay in my hand when I shoot it. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by DogDoc View Post
    I was pleasantly surprised with the trigger too.
    It remains to be seen if the little booger will stay in my hand when I shoot it. LOL
    It will.

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    Keep all precious bits aft of the muzzle, or risk being nicknamed "Digit," as happened to a bluesuit I know after he was careless with an MP5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa View Post
    Keep all precious bits aft of the muzzle, or risk being nicknamed "Digit," as happened to a bluesuit I know after he was careless with an MP5.
    I’ll keep that in mind. Losing a digit would definitely cramp my surgery style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DogDoc View Post
    I was pleasantly surprised with the trigger too.
    It remains to be seen if the little booger will stay in my hand when I shoot it. LOL
    my kids (9 and 11 at the time) had no trouble. You’ll be fine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blastjv View Post
    my kids (9 and 11 at the time) had no trouble. You’ll be fine!
    Im thinking 9 year old fingers might be a real advantage on a grip this short. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by DogDoc View Post
    Im thinking 9 year old fingers might be a real advantage on a grip this short. LOL
    Haha, fair enough!
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