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Submitted By: challes e. On 03/09/2016
I received my Dan Wesson Pointman about two weeks ago and I must say this is one very nice weapon. I've put about 150 rounds thru it without any issues and at 15 yards it was very accurate and has great balance. My only issue is being able to get two more magazines with the DAN WESSON initals 9mm on them but Wilson combat and other 9mm 10 rds. mags. are available. HINTERLAND customer service was the best.
[5 of 5 Stars]
Submitted By: Karl S. On 09/19/2014
It's an extremely well made & VERY tight gun. It's supposed to take 300-500 rounds to break-in, with it being stripped & cleaned after every 50 rounds during that break-in period. I've never had to do that with any gun before, but then I've never had such a fine firearm before. It come very highly recommended by 1911 experts and I can see why they say Dan Wesson is the best production 1911 made. Inside & out, everything fits perfectly and very tightly. The downside of that is the break-in period needed to loosen the gun up.
I've only had it to the range once, where I fired a bit more than 60 rounds. Fine performance, except the slide would often not go back into battery fully, making me push it into place myself (it would be a fraction of an inch out of battery). That's the downside of excellent quality & extremely close tolerances. If you're used to loose guns that rattle when you shake them, this will be a totally new experience to you, just as it was to me.
I didn't even know this gun existed till I asked "Springfield vs Kimber?" and the Dan Wesson name kept coming up. Well, when you're on a 1911 forum and folks are telling you it's the best choice you seriously have to give their suggestion some weight & research it as I did. The PM9 is very hard to find, but I was lucky enough to get a great price on it at Hinterland. I wasn't previously familiar with Hinterland, but their service & price was excellent & and I'd certainly buy from Hinterland again.
I think I'm going to really love this PM9 once I finally get it broken in. I've never personally handled a gun with such extremely tight tolerances before. Everything it literally perfect, both inside & out. It simply exudes quality. It's not cheap, but it proves that you get what you pay for (and then some).
[5 of 5 Stars]