While the P345 may not be something that all of us are fortunate enough to possess, there are a lot of guns that same size approximate and weight on the market including the ever popular Sig 220 and 1911 for instance.
Is there some difficulty presented that is unique to this gun, or is it more of an issue of general concealment difficulty due to its size, etc.?
I was just interested in what others may use to conceal the p345. Type and brand. Good belt and hoster can get expensive, so I want to be sure I am going in right direction. I do not mind spending the money, but want to get info from people who have been there. Yes because of its size, I want to make sure it can be concealed properly and comfortably.
Going purely by my carrying of a full size, and double stacker at that (226ST) - that gun in belt ride pancake is tight to body and gives zero problems with printing.
Not only am I a non-IWB person - I really cannot imagine IWB carry of it or your 345 - because of the ''chunk'' factor! Comfort matters as well as concealability. A good leather rig on good belt - that's the prime need for most of us.
Well, I carry an XD IWB all the time and that's a fullsized gun. You guys have to remember the P345 is much slimmer and trimmer than most of the Ruger P series. It's been a while since I picked one up but it's not quite as thick as the rest of its brethren.
I don't know what to tell you other than it's a little bit of trial and error. Get yourself a good IWB or pancake style OWB holster and a decent belt and I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at how concealable it truly is.
Any of the makers that frequent this board are good choices. I have one on order from K&D holsters myself at this very moment.
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