thoughts on the ruger P345

Discussion in 'Guns, Ammunition, and Reloading' started by AR_deerslayer, Dec 17, 2010.

  1. AR_deerslayer

    AR_deerslayer Well-Known Member

    got one yesterday,from fellow member , nice gun feels great ,gonna shoot this weekend .anybody own one or have experience with them . .Ive had a couple p91's and a p93 . . liked them . .and a p95 stainless .all good guns . .
     
  2. Mr. Chitlin

    Mr. Chitlin Administrator Staff Member

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    Ruger firearms are built to last several lifetimes. You won't be disappointed.

    Don't forget that board rules require a picture of any newly acquired firearms or your man card will be revoked. :biggrin:
     

  3. AR_deerslayer

    AR_deerslayer Well-Known Member

    on the way . lol:up:
     
  4. Mr. Chitlin

    Mr. Chitlin Administrator Staff Member

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    Fine looking gun!! :thumb:
     
  5. WackinNstackin

    WackinNstackin Well-Known Member

    Got one just like it. They are a very well built gun that will last forever. Mines had well over a thousand rounds through it without a single hiccup. I still prefer my XD .40 to it though.
     
  6. AR_deerslayer

    AR_deerslayer Well-Known Member

    I have xd also . love them
     
  7. trashbag boogier

    trashbag boogier Well-Known Member

    give you 20 bucks for it i carry a kp345 at all times killed many critters with it
     
  8. Mule659

    Mule659 Well-Known Member

    Should be a great gun man. Ruger firearms are built to last forever...you know you'll end up tading it in two weeks anyway lol
     
  9. AR_deerslayer

    AR_deerslayer Well-Known Member

    hahah yea you probly right .
     
  10. demented

    demented Well-Known Member

    If you have feeding problems, remove the mag followers and springds, throw them in the trash, replace with either Wilson or factory Ruger seven round followers and springs-Midway used to carry them. Keep a close eye for misfires, if this occurs, remove the rear sight and "lose" the parts under it and stick the rear sight back on. Nothing else comes to mind.