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Old 05-29-2012, 08:02 PM   #11
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My P345 will eat crappy reloaded bulk ammo all the way to Magsafe 96gr. +P Defender (Frag.) Ammo. It's a bit bulky but it's not for CC. It is a safe gun with the safety playing 2 roles: safety/decocker It's a Ruger!

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Old 05-29-2012, 09:18 PM   #12
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I've had a P345 since '05, and am OK with it. It shoots straight enough for any reasonable SD situation, is sturdy, as is the norm for Rugers, and the SA/DA action is excellent for staving off the lawyers who'd like to turn a failed murder prosecution into a manslaughter case on the claim that you had it cocked and unlocked and accidentally touched it off due to a hair trigger. I consider it to be a good piece for a uniformed security officer, and for a police officer who has a choice of what to carry. The only drawback for me is that living in a warm climate, there are many occasions when I have to carry something with a shorter grip due to printing under a T-shirt.
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