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Ruger Pistol Info.

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by claykiller, Jul 7, 2010.

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  1. claykiller

    claykiller Member

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    I was just wondering if any of you folks own or know anything about the Ruger P345 pistol? It appears to be a very well made gun, but don't seem to be that popular. Thanks ahead of time for your input.
     
  2. Savage99Stan

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    All the Ruger pistols in full frame size are over engineered...plenty of meat and built like bank vaults. Never have good triggers, however. From the P85 on up to the present, you can't hardly break them. I'm not too sure on my LCP but I don't plan to shoot it much, just enough to keep familiar.

    They have one of the best guarantees in the business. It breaks, send it in, they fix it, they send it back. You pay postage (or upssage or fedexage or whatever). They are also rarely sold at full retail. Down side is they don't bring high trade bucks but we rarely get any in on trade.

    Most of the older Ruger revolvers bring more than they sold for.
     
  3. FalconSprint

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    Currently, I'm trying to wear out a Ruger GP100 and a SP101. I don't think it can be done. A tad on the heavy side for carry, but built like tanks they are. If ya run out of ammo they make a great club.
     
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