Standard configuration Savage 1907, manufactured in 1909, with rust blued finish, small fixed sights, broad slide serrations, barrel without loaded indicator, and original “Savage Quality” logoed metal grips as present on some pistols with SN under 10,980. Color case hardened trigger and magazine release. Original magazine with slotted ports on left side.
Savage, 1907, .32 ACP, Very Early, Metal Grips.
VG-Exc original rust blued finish with thinning and discoloration in usual locations. Comparable fading of case colored parts and condition of magazine. Bright bore with sharp rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. One of the earliest and more difficult to encounter Savage pistols, especially in higher condition. A wonderful collector’s example.