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Hey rtw, I know your question is about Seecamp and 32 vs 380 but I would like to weigh in based on what Roadster posted. Several years ago I sent a down payment directly to Seecamp for a 32 and when I got comfirmation that they were caught up with production and were ready to ship the pistol for a total cost of $350, if memory serves, my FFL dealer talked me out of going thru with the purchase and I got a refund. After that I bought a KelTec P32 and I am glad that I did. The P32 is a locked breech type rather than blow back and it makes all the difference in felt recoil. With the light weight and low price of the KelTec one can't go wrong; it is a brilliant design. I am currently in the market for a KelTec 380 for the same reasons that I like the P32, weight and price. I have passed on the NAA versions because they are heavier and more costly than the KelTec. As far as 32 vs 380, carry the biggest caliber that you can. poppy
 

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My memory was probably off, the retail price on the Seecamp 32 was probably $450 when I was trying to buy one, but I just saw a NIB Seecamp 32 on gunbroker for $365 including shipping. If you still want one, there it is at a good price. I will stick with the KelTec P32 although I also have a Beretta Tomcat 32 that I really like. poppy
 
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