Size Matters

We've put together a few resources comparing the size of our Seecamp pistols to that of other small handguns. One is a visual chart in PDF format (courtesy of Robert Oremland) showing the relative size and weight of our pistols and those of our competitors.

Also available, thanks to David Atkinson, is a series of overlay photographs that visually demonstrate the size of a Seecamp pistol compared to ten other handgun models.

And finally, for those who wonder if all three Seecamp pistols really are the same size, click here for the photographic evidence.

Size/Weight Stats

Now available in PDF format is our Size/Weight Stats chart which gives detailed specs for our pistols and several of our competitors.

Photo Gallery

Here are some pictures giving you a closer look at our Seecamp pistols, and providing an idea of their compact size and ideal suitability for concealed carry.

Below are three photos taken by by Larry's good friend John Dommers. In the first, you can see the custom engraving job John had done on his LWS380. Click the image to see the larger version. For more information on where John had his 380 engraved, click here.

Engraved Seecamp 380

When most manufacturers say that pistols are the "same size," they mean the same size only one is a little bigger - like a half inch here and a half inch there. As you can see from John Dommers' photos below, all three Seecamps really ARE the same size. Click the thumbnails below to see the full-size photos.

Larry's good friend and neighbor, Tom Duggan, took this picture showing the relative size of a few common concealed carry weapons - a Seecamp LWS32, a Smith & Wesson J-Frame and a Glock Model 30. Click on the thumbnail below to see the larger image.

Seecamp Size Comparison