I've had a P345 since they were new in '05. I like it. It is nice looking, sturdy, shoots as straight as I can, and I've had no issues of failures to feed, fire, extract, nor eject. It rides in my glove box most of the time, as I keep a S&W Bodyguard 380 in my pocket, or I have a Para Warthog or a Stoeger 8040 "Cougar" .40 on my belt.
The P345 is easy on recoil, and long sessions at the range do not cause me any discomfort.
I like the hammer instead of a striker. It can be thumb-cocked if desired for a light touch of the trigger on the first shot.
Last edited by AIKIJUTSU; 10-18-2013 at 02:52 PM.