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 “safe” enough, or something along those lines.
With legacy features, the PM7-45 is as the Pointman was first configured many years ago — 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.
· Forged, one piece match grade barrel and bushing.
· Round top slide with Bo-Mar style adjustable target sight
· Hand polished flat surfaces with contrasting bead blasted rounds
· Flat, all steel 20-LPI checkered mainspring housing
· Front and rear cocking serrations
· Beveled magwell
· All sharp edges dehorned by hand
· Lowered and flared ejection port
· Hand polished feed ramp
· Ed Brown slide stop
· Ed Brown memory groove grip safety
· Tactical extended thumb safety
· One piece full length stainless guide rod
· Commander style match hammer
· Match grade sear
· Aluminum trigger with stainless bow
· Extended serrated magazine catch
· Wolff springs used exclusively
· Diamond checkered coco-bolo grips
· Tuned, machined, internal extractor
· Test fired for reliability
· 38 ounces unloaded