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Old 04-16-2008, 10:36 PM   #1
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Anyone got a P series Ruger?

I have a Ruger KP90D .45

I was looking into selling it, and getting the p345 possibly the P345PR, just for an upgrade/downgrade.

Anyone got any opinions on the p345?
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I have a P89TH and for a inexpensive weapon it is great. I have Kimbers that cost 3 and 4 times as much and I would have to say the Ruger is the most reliable. I have had it for 5 years or so and carried it holstered in the mountains in some real crappy weather and it has never failed to load or eject cleaning in the field is a breeze. My kimbers are kinda high class and prissy, they look pretty and I can drive tacks with them but I would rather have my trusty ruger in the field. I'm looking at a Sig myself.

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I have a P89TH and for a inexpensive weapon it is great. I have Kimbers that cost 3 and 4 times as much and I would have to say the Ruger is the most reliable. I have had it for 5 years or so and carried it holstered in the mountains in some real crappy weather and it has never failed to load or eject cleaning in the field is a breeze. My kimbers are kinda high class and prissy, they look pretty and I can drive tacks with them but I would rather have my trusty ruger in the field. I'm looking at a Sig myself.

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Old 04-20-2008, 04:59 PM   #4
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Dont have a p345 but i do have a P89DC and dollar for dollar i would put it up against the most expensive piece out there. I have never had a failure to feed or eject and its accurate to boot as well as pretty inexpensive.

I have a 1911 clone in 45 ACP its a Charles Daly, another cheap one, ( it was given to me) but if money were no object i would get a Wilson Combat, tactical supergrade.

If i were you i would keep the Ruger and just buy another handgun that would fit what your looking for, can never have too many guns
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If i were you i would keep the Ruger and just buy another handgun that would fit what your looking for, can never have too many guns
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