I use a SmartCarry (large versus medium - ask Charley) which I find very comfortable and very concealed; my other is a CrossBreed SuperTuck, which is a very comfortable IWB, but one should consider buying pants a waist size larger. I also have a quick throw-on OWB Fobus SP-11 paddle holster that carries the P345 high and close in, and I've had no problems drawing, and with a loose outside shirt, no problem with concealing OWB. SmartCarry is my #1, as I can carry the .45 and a clip with no pants slipping downward...
Easily concealable is subjective. But I don't see why it would be. It all depends on your body type and your gear, and how much heft your accustomed to carrying. I have and still do on occasion CC guns that are at least as large, if not larger.
Case in point: M&P service pistol. OWB scabbard, FBI cant, 3:30. Wilderness Instructor 5 stitch.
I nearly bought a P345 when it was first released to the public and being offered at a very attractive price of $399 in my AO. Some times I wish that I had.
Great gun. It is fairly light weight for a 45ACP, thin, and contoured to reduce snags when drawing. I love mine, and have carried it in a pancake holster under a cover shirt. Works quite well. However, these days I carry a PF-9 most of the time. I'm getting lazy in my old age.
I have posted this before but I had a P345 that would fail to fire 1 out of every 5 DA pulls. Hammer would drop with no bang. I never dry fired without a mag and bought it new in the box. Sent it back to Ruger and they didn't find anything wrong with it. I could't trust it anymore and traded it in at the store I bought it from.
I have only heard of one other person with this complaint though.
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