Standard configuration Savage 1917, in .32 ACP, manufactured in 1920, with matte blued finish, fixed sights, fine slide serrations, barrel never machined for loaded indicator, and original “Savage Quality” logoed hard rubber grips. Color case hardened trigger and magazine release. Original magazine with slotted ports on left side, and unmarked for caliber as correct for .32 ACP.
Excellent, Savage, 1917, .32 ACP, Hard Rubber Grips, Correct Magazine.
Excellent original condition pistol with minimal sharp edge wear and a few small spots of discoloration at trigger guard bow as photographed. Vivid, bright case colors on trigger, almost as bright as when it left the factory; slightly faded colors on magazine release. Comparable condition grips and grip screws. VG-EXC. magazine. Mirror bore with sharp rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. A extremely nice example of a matte finish Savage 1917 in .32 ACP whose condition would be difficult to upgrade.