Current handgun manufacturer located in Southwick, MA. Previously located in Milford, CT. Dealer direct sales only.
Ludwig (Louis) Wilhelm Seecamp (1901-1989), after whom the company was named, was trained as a master gunsmith in the technical academy system of pre-WW II Germany. Having survived the Eastern Front in an elite Gebirgsjager (Mountain Troops) unit, he brought his family to the United States in 1959 by way of Canada. From 1959 until his retirement in 1971, he was the gun designer for O.F. Mossberg.
L.W. Seecamp Co, Inc. was founded in 1973 as a family business specializing in Ludwig's patented double action conversion of the venerable 1911 semi-auto pistol (Colt .45). This conversion, done during a period when the single-action versus double-action controversy was at its peak, resulted in the first commercially available DA .45 autoloaders anywhere in the world. Nearly 2000 such DA conversions were done from the early 70s to the early 80s.

SEECAMP, L.W. CO., INC. Models

.25 ACP cal., DAO, 2 in. barrel, 7 shot mag., stainless steel, matte finish, no sights, 12 oz. Approx. 4,000 mfg. 1981-85, reintroduced 2019-2021.
.32 ACP cal., (mfg. recommends .32 ACP Win. Silvertip ammo only), DAO-delayed blowback, 2.06 in. barrel, stainless steel, 6 shot mag., no sights, polished or Cerakote finish, 11 1/2 oz. Mfg. began Jan. 1985.
includes both .25 ACP and .32 ACP pistols with the same serial number, approx. 200 sets were mfg. before the BATFE stopped this practice. Disc.
.380 ACP cal. (mfg. recommends .380 ACP Win. Silvertip ammo only), identical in appearance to the LWS 32 Model, DAO-delayed blowback, 2.06 in. barrel, polished stainless steel, 6 shot, checkered black glass filled nylon grips, no sights, Cerakote finish options available, 11 1/2 oz. Very limited production beginning 2000.