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Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection
Savage Model 1907 Automatic (Semi-automatic) Pocket Pistol. Mfr. ca. 1907 to 1926; about 209,791 made. Staggered-column box magazine in grip. Capacity 10 cartridges. Based on design of larger .45 caliber military type automatic pistol developed by E.H. Searle and made by Savage. The Model 1907 was Savage's first model made for civilian sale. Early production had all metal checkered grips with Indian head design. Breechblock is unlocked by caming action of barrel when pistol is fired. Breechblock moved backward by rearward pressure on its face. Spring loaded forward. Savage dates. Savage Repeating Arms Co. ca. 1894-1899. Savage Arms Co. 1899-1917. Savage Arms Corporation 1917 to date. See Automatic Weapons of The World by Melvin M. Johnson Jr. and Charles T. Haven. Pg. 273 & 274.
top of slide: Savage Arms Corp. Utica. N.Y. U.S.A. cal.32./ Patented November 21. 1905.-7.65M-M. [front of receiver:] 107745 [frame, left side:] fire [center of both grips:] Savage/ quality
Front sight missing; reblued; a-gun; b-clip; (Remarks info from record originally marked 1988.8.2102)
As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Cody Firearms Museum. If you are making a special trip, please double-check before visiting.