The Browning BPM-D is a variant of the famous BDM that lacks the switch to turn it from revolver to pistol mode. Without the BDM's signature feature, the BPM-D turns out to be simply a high-capacity double-action/single-action pistol that's extremely well-made and user friendly. The BPM has rounded edges and a very thin profile, making it an excellent carry weapon and a comfortable gun to fire. The trigger pull is very light as well and the ambidextrous decocking lever and slide-release are integrated for simplicity and convenience. The barrel is forged with an integral feed ramp for greater reliability, the ejection port is large to lessen the risk of jamming, and two loaded chamber indicators add an extra layer of protection. This pistol features fixed 3-dot sights, a 2-position safety, a decocking lever, and a 10-round magazine. Its grips and metal are in good condition and its bore is in very good condition.