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Savage Model 1907 Semi-Automatic Pistol, .32 ACP Caliber, With 1 Magazine

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<head></head><body><p>Savage Model 1907 Semi-Automatic Pistol, .32 ACP Caliber, With 1 Magazine, Used.&nbsp; Serial Number 216787.&nbsp; Pre-1913 mfg.&nbsp; FFL or C&R Required.</p> <p>3-3/4" barrel, with very good shootable bore that is a bit gray with strong rifling and what appears to be some leading in the grooves.&nbsp; Top of barrel is marked in 2 lines:&nbsp; SAVAGE ARMS CORP UTICA N.Y. U.S.A. CAL. .32 / PATENTED NOVEMBER 21, 1905 - 7.65 M-M.&nbsp; Blued finish originally which is now an overall fairly even dark gray patina.&nbsp; The 10-round magazine is blued and still retains most of the finish on the body, with the bottom being gray and matching the pistol.&nbsp; No maker marks on the magazine.&nbsp; The action and safety all seem to function as they should with this pistol, and the striker-cocking mechanism seems to&nbsp;be tight and crisp.&nbsp; Original checkered&nbsp;black hard rubber grips, each with the Indian Chief profile and Savage Quality logo.&nbsp;&nbsp;Grips have some light scratches and very minor wear, with the right grip having 2 chips out (1 at the top and 1 at the bottom, both of which measure about 1/2" X 3/16").&nbsp; &nbsp; </p> <p>The Savage Model 1907 is a 10-round semi-automatic pistol produced by the Savage Arms Company of Utica, New York, from 1907 until 1920 in .32 ACP.&nbsp; Advertised with the slogan "Ten shots quick!", the model 1907 was very popular because, despite its small size, it had a 10 round magazine.&nbsp; A safety lever is located on the left side of the pistol, at the upper rear of the grip.&nbsp; Though it appears to have an external hammer, it is actually a striker-fired gun, with&nbsp;the "hammer" actually being&nbsp;a cocking lever.&nbsp; Model 1907's made from 1913 until 1917 had a collared barrel and a "loaded chamber indicator", allowing the shooter to tell by touching the shell ejection port whether a cartridge was chambered, <u>which this pistol DOES NOT have</u>.&nbsp; The model 1907 uses no screws (even the grips snap into place) and is simple to strip. <br></p> <p>Overall a nice example of this seldom encountered early American made semi-automatic pistol.&nbsp; Condition Very Good Minus.&nbsp; FFL or C&R Required.<br></p></body></html>
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