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A friend of mine had one about 10 years ago. He had a surprising amount of trouble with it and finally got rid of it.
Pricey for the performance.
 

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I would have to think that in the age of compact 9mm and lightweight snubby .38 technology, a .380 that can't be
shot very much has its days numbered (especially at the Seecamp price tag).
 

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I know its not a mechanical or durability problem, but when it is uncomfortable to practice a lot, your practical effectiveness suffers vs. a gun you can practice with a lot. Also, in my limited experience with pocket pistols, a prime factor is discomfort is not being able to get a really good grip for the recoil of the particular gun involved.
 
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