After a couple of weeks of research on a suitable Series 70 to build on this winter, I went to my local faithful shop this afternoon and brought home a Dan Wesson Point man 7 in .45. I nixed the STI build, and went with a Dan Wesson Point Man 7 to fool around with this winter. Destined to be used in CDP for IDPA, and my Single Stack/Limited 10 gun for USPSA/IPSC. Well, this is what she looks like before I molest her. I'll probably shoot a match with her stock, then off to my 1911 smith for some upgrades. Here are the specs: · 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 de-horned 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 The money shot and what sold me on this gun. Lock up on the slide and and fit with the barrel is superb. Now the fun begins, S&A Magwell, Wilson extended slide stop, Extended mag release, ambi Safety and Fiber optic front sight.