Posted June 14, 2022 5:00 pm by Comments

By Travis Pike

It all started when the United States military wanted to move from revolvers to semi-automatics and wanted a .45 caliber pistol. As we all know, the M1911 won the contract, but one of the pistols submitted for the trials was a new design by Savage.
The Savage entry didn’t win, but that didn’t mean the pistol was canned. Savage realized the gun would work well as a pocket pistol, thus, the Savage M1907 came into being.
Continue reading Obscure Objects of Desire: Savage M1907 Pistol in .32 ACP at The Truth About Guns.

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