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    Model 1907 Savage pistol

    Came across this Savage Model 1907 today.......well not today actually. Asking price was $400, but I offered $350.00 and the sale was made. It's actually been languishing in the display case at a local gun-shop since last Christmas. I figured they would be ready to get rid of it and would be amendable to a deal and they were. I purchased a 1907 last year (along with a Smith & Wesson "Lemon Squeezer" Safety Hammerless) and according to the serial numbers both models were made in 1909. As you can tell my latest acquisition has led an easier life than the pistol I purchased last year. However they both have very clean bores and are in very good mechanical condition. Wolff makes springs for the model so I'll be ordering replacement springs; something I do as a routine when I purchase used pistols (semi-auto). It's a neat little pistol and I find it very easy to shoot. Crazy that in this current gun buying craze the little pistol should should b so ice cold. I suppose the 32 caliber worked against it. Anyway just sharing - or bragging maybe.
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    Keep bragging, some of us have to live vicariously through others.
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      #3
      I have one. Great little guns. One of the original double stack magazine pistols!
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        #4
        Used by the bad guy in "Road to Perdition."

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          #5
          My buddy upstate has a matched pair with very low consecutive serial numbers. Unfortunately, his Dad used a grinder to put his name on both guns.

          Still, a great piece of history that's now forever personalized history!

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            #6
            Originally posted by PeterGunn View Post
            My buddy upstate has a matched pair with very low consecutive serial numbers. Unfortunately, his Dad used a grinder to put his name on both guns.

            Still, a great piece of history that's now forever personalized history!
            Man, thats a facepalm there. Would have been slightly better putting his SS# or phone # on it if he was concerned about someone stealing them.
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              #7
              Amazing guns in terms of machining, lost art from another era.

              You pull the bolt back and rotate the tail piece to take it apart.
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                #8
                Originally posted by cas View Post
                Amazing guns in terms of machining, lost art from another era.

                You pull the bolt back and rotate the tail piece to take it apart.
                The machining is pretty impressive on the pistol. Very solid engineering.

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