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Who has a Seecamp and how do you like it? I just picked one up and it is a nice piece when you can't carry a real gun. Is there a trick to shooting one of these other than get real close.Has anyone tried a bead on the front for a minimal sight.I feel better having a little bit to index on. Up close it is great with little recoil and a great trigger.
Thanks, Bill
 
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I love the little seecamp, I started with a .25acp and I have owned a Seecamp ever since.
I find that I like to use the Cirillo slide index sighting method to aim.
I also like the Hornandy XTP load as it offers at least some penetration and hopefully delaying power (a .32 may stop a cat but not a determined human attacker) so I can A. retreat or B. transition to a more effective weapon.

Here is a pic of my Seecamp with some friends:

 

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Okay, I understand the defensive uses of the Seecamp, the knife, but what does the watch do? Being a Double Naught Spy, I realize it must be a camoflaged weapon of some kind, the larger cases of the Rolex being very good for hiding more gadgets inside. So, is it the laser, steel cord, super strong electromaget, homing or communication device, or does it just tell time?
 
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Your powers of observation are overriding your cognitive ability.
The watch and wallet, money clip actually (not shown to protect the innocent), are my decoys.
 

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In some circumstances, the watch may do more to keep one safe than the knife or gun. I've heard it said that you can always trade a Rolex for a ticket out of wherever one wishes to be out of.

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I think the Rolex is to tell you it is time to get your butt out of there because all you have is the Seecamp :smile:
David could you go into detail on the Cirillo aiming method? I read an article where the author said he could hit a soda can with the Seecamp consistently. This is far from my limited experience with the little gun.I guess I will have to set the Dillon 1050 up for 32s :wink:
 

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The only problem I ever had with my Seecamp was a bent trigger bar, and i have no idea how it happened. Larry Seecamp promptly mailed a new one.
"Master Blue",
Jim Cirillo's sighting method involves focusing on the back of the slide when holding at arms length as you would normally align conventional sights. . If you see any of the left side of the slide, the gun is pointing left, if you see the right side- it's pointing right, if you see the top of the slide you're pointing high. Doesn't assist much with a low canted muzzle, but three out of four ain't bad.

Safe shooting,
Mark Garrity
 

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I carry My Seecamp .32 when playing My bagpipes.(no way to hide anything larger).I follow the instructions included with the gun which explain the absence of sights.I also noted the knife in the previous post.They don't run out of bullets!The watch must be for knowing what time to note in the following police report.tom.
 
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