Pointman Seven PM-7

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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.


  1. Pointman Seven PM-7
  • SKU 1900
    Model Pointman Seven PM-7
    Caliber .45 ACP
    Magazine Capacity 8
    Frame Material Forged Stainless
    Slide Finish Brushed
    Grips Wood
    Overall Length 8.75 in
    Barrel Length 5
    Height 5.5 in
    Width 1.45 in
    Weight 40.2 oz
    Trigger Mech Single Action
    Front Sight Serrated
    Rear Sight Adjustable
    Safety Manual thumb safety, grip safety
    MSRP $1,597
    Product Name Pointman Seven PM-7


  • Adjustable Rear Sights, Great at the range, this adjustable rear sight has a serrated rear face, knocking down glare and giving a crisp sight picture.

  • Front Serrations, Forward cocking serrations give solid purchase for press-checks.

  • Long K-Style Trigger, The long K-style trigger is a twist on the standard three hole trigger that looks like a ‘K’.

  • Mainspring Housing Checkering, Our 25 LPI checkering on the flat mainspring housing provides the means for a superb grip.

  • Serrated Front Sight, The sharp serrations on the back of this sight destroy glare, giving a crisp sight picture no matter what angle the ambient lighting is coming from.

  • Smooth Frontstrap, Sometimes less is more, the lack of checkering on this frontstrap highlights the smooth stainless frame.

  • Square Butt Profile, The standard square butt profile for those who prefer a traditional look.

  • Tactical Hammer, The skeletonized hammer helps to reduce weight and maintains the clean look of the pistol.

  • Traditional Cut, The traditional cut keeps the lines of the traditional 1911 slide with a dustcover swoop.