I Have This Old Gun: Seecamp LWS Pocket Pistols
The Seecamp LWS handguns were unique pocket pistols designs known for quality and reliability, originally produced from the beginning of the 1980s up to the present day.
Tonight on American Rifleman TV: The Springfield Story; Springfield 911 Pistol; Seecamp LWS Pistol
This week, American Rifleman TV gets an inside look at Springfield Armory. "Rifleman Review" looks at the Springfield 911 Pistol; "I Have This Old Gun" is the Seecamp Pistol.
Is the Mouse Gun a Dying Breed?
Has the time of small-caliber pocket pistols passed or do they still have a place in today's defensive collections?
Pocket Pistols Past and Present
Pocket pistols are the most in-demand category of firearm today. It’s been a long road from the pocket Brownings at the dawn of the 20th century to the Glock 43 and Ruger LCP II of today, and it is a journey that has been heavily influenced by laws both for and against the self-loading pocket pistol.
A few months back, I walked into a gun store in California that I frequented in the early 1970s. It hasn’t changed very much—same large log building with no change in floor space or show cases.
Seecamp Pocket Pistols
Louis Seecamp was an ingenious gun designer from a family of gunmakers. Over the years, he worked on a lot of gun matters, but settled into double-action conversions for .45s in the days when there were no such things available on the open market.