Standard configuration Savage 1917, manufactured between 1922-1926, one of the last 1000 pistols made (approximately) with a dark matte blued finish, fixed sights with grooved rear channel, FIne slide serrations, barrel without loaded indicator, and original “Savage Quality” logoed black plastic grips. Color case hardened trigger, magazine release. Original magazine with slotted ports on left side, and color case hardened magazine lips. no caliber marking as correct for .32 ACP. Complete with original matching shipping box and Hibbard’s Hardware retailer label. Orange end lable with manufacturer, caliber, and model markings.
Savage, 1917, VIRTUALLY NEW, in Factory Box, .32 ACP, Plastic Grips, with Factory Instructions.
Spectacular, VIRTUALLY NEW condition pistol with the most minimal box wear. Vivid, bright case colors, even the trigger face, just as when left the factory. Near comparable grips with the left panel having a few minute scuffs. Mirror bore with sharp rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. Box with very carefully effected repairs, black taped and glued with white interior reinforcements. A superb, example of a Savage 1917, whose condition would be virtually impossible to upgrade, especially nice with original instruction booklet and box albeit with repairs.