While the differences between it and the PM-45 are few, they are enough that the PM-45 is deemed an entirely different gun and can not be sold in the state of California. Not â€œsafeâ€ enough, or something along those lines.
With legacy features, the PM7-45 is as the Pointman was first configured many years ago â€” with an adjustable rear target sight, blacked-out front sight and forward serrations. A smooth front strap, 25-LPI rear strap and double-diamond Cocobolo grips secure the pistol in the hand, and flats are brushed and rounds are bead-blasted.
SKU 01900, the PM-7 in .45, differs from the rest of the Pointman series in that it lacks the Clark-style rib, fiber optic front sight and front-strap checkering.
Â· Forged, one piece match grade barrel and bushing.
Â· Round top slide with Bo-Mar style adjustable target sight
Â· Hand polished flat surfaces with contrasting bead blasted rounds
Â· Flat, all steel 20-LPI checkered mainspring housing
Â· Front and rear cocking serrations
Â· Beveled magwell
Â· All sharp edges dehorned by hand
Â· Lowered and flared ejection port
Â· Hand polished feed ramp
Â· Ed Brown slide stop
Â· Ed Brown memory groove grip safety
Â· Tactical extended thumb safety
Â· One piece full length stainless guide rod
Â· Commander style match hammer
Â· Match grade sear
Â· Aluminum trigger with stainless bow
Â· Extended serrated magazine catch
Â· Wolff springs used exclusively
Â· Diamond checkered coco-bolo grips
Â· Tuned, machined, internal extractor
Â· Test fired for reliability
Â· 38 ounces unloaded