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    Default SEECAMPS ARE BACK FOR CHRISTMAS

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    The Seecamp is probably the highest quality true pocket/hide out gun available.
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    Is the juice worth the squeeze to go .380 vs .32?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 45Smashemflat View Post
    Is the juice worth the squeeze to go .380 vs .32?
    From a previous thread:

    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Payne View Post
    There's not that much difference in performance between the 32 ACP and the .380 ACP. The LWS 32 was originally designed to work with the Winchester Silvertip. There are better and more widely available choices now. As for the LWS 380, it's not as ammo sensitive as the 32, but it's blow back operated so it's a beast to hold on to. It's the same size and weight as the 32 and requires more maintenance. My next will be the 380 simply because I don't have one. Back to the 32, if it won't feed Speer Gold Dots it's f-ing broke. Gold Dots are the preferred round for the LWS 32. PMC Bronze JHP has been found to be a good practice round. I've shot Buffalo Bore and Corbon with varying results.
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    Thanks! So the 32 is not a straight blowback? Or it's so much smaller in caliber, it's not so bad to control? I'm just leaning to 380 because it makes somewhat larger holes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 45Smashemflat View Post
    Thanks! So the 32 is not a straight blowback? Or it's so much smaller in caliber, it's not so bad to control? I'm just leaning to 380 because it makes somewhat larger holes.
    Both the 32 and 380 are retarded blow back. There is a ring cut into the chamber that the case swages to upon firing. This slows the extraction and keeps the slide velocities within specs.


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    Got it, thanks!

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