Welcome to my Savage Model 1907 Pocket
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The first time I saw a Savage Model 1907 I had to have it. I mean, how many art-deco guns
do you see? It was a cool little pistol that I knew nothing about, and I bought it on an
impulse. Ten minutes after purchase, I took it to the local range. Even the "veterans"
there had never heard of it. "Savage made a pistol?" was what they asked. I decided to
do some research to see what I could find out about my Savage 1907 pistol.
As it turns out, I was able to find quite a bit of information scattered about. For starters, I found the
original patent (click on the Patent Info links in the green bar above) as well as a bunch of
early 20th century advertising for the Savage Pocket Auto. In fact, I'll bet that I have the most
extensive collection of advertisements for any single pistol, anywhere on the Internet. That's got to
be worth the price of admission.
and Photoshop practice, decided to put up this website. Just for the record, most of
the graphics on this site are original - some are photos I took, and others are derived from my scans
of old stuff that were then run through Photoshop and reworked by yours truly.
Click on the links in the green bar above to learn more about this interesting pocket pistol.
Enjoy the site but please keep in mind that I'm not an expert, I do not buy or sell
guns or parts, and I can't begin to put a value on your gun. To sell a gun, or to get an idea
of what it's worth, go to the "Links" page and click on the link to one of the gun auction sites.
If you feel an overwhelming need to contact me, go to the Links page, click on the link for
The High Road forum and register. My user name there is EddieCoyle. You can then PM me.
If you do contact me, please do so with the intention of forwarding me something I can put
on this site; if not, at least thank me - this was a lot of work and it's not like I make money
My Savage Model 1907 Pocket Pistol