10/26/21 - This is a nice example of a Savage Model 1907, chambered in .380 ACP and manufactured in 1913. The gun is all matching and has retained roughly 65% of its bluing. The most noticeable sign of wear is thinning and brown patina on the barrel and front half of the slide. There is minor wear along most of the high edges and spotty wear on the front grip strap. There is noticeable spotty oxidation throughout. Comes with excellent bakelite grips and one proper magazine. The bore has decent rifling with minor frosting in the grooves.