Minty Little Savage 1907 Pistol to trade for the best OPTICS

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  1. jdogg

    jdogg
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    Hey, this is a really really nice little pocket pistol I want to trade for the nicest piece of Glass you folks can offer me. It is in amazing shape for a gun over a hundred years old. I just have too many rifles without glass. Make me a deal. I can throw in cash, you can throw in cash. Lets make it happen. I have $350 into the gun if you want it outright, about what it is worth. A trade would be better on my end. I also can do any other trades really, but I needs me some glass.
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  2. camothing

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    Hi,
    I have a couple of scopes I would trade for the pistol, one is a Leupold VX-II 3x9 it has a sort of purple/blue hew color to it, and a Nikon prostaff 3x9 pretty much a new scope both without boxes.
     
  3. jdogg

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    Hey, just adding to this. It is a 32 acp, a veritable man stopp..... annoy-er. Camothing, I replied am an interested. I forgot to mention that this is one or two models of pistols savage ever made.
     
  4. VinnieBoomBah

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    How about a Leupold VX-III 1.75x6x32mm with a german #4?
    Like this one except with a different reticle:
    Leupold 1.75-6x32 VX-3 Riflescope

    ETA: just to be clear, the link is to a VX-3 my scope is an older VX-III
     
  5. Mark W.

    Mark W.
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    Not to be a pest but Savage made 6 different semi auto pistols if you include the .45 auto they submitted to the army trials.

    Savage Pistols

    They also sold the Model 101 which looked like a single action cowboy style pistol but was in fact a single shot.

    Savage Model 101 Revolver

    They produced the Savage Striker 510 / 516 and I believe there was a 501 and 502 models which is a bolt action target style in a bunch of calibers.

    Handgun Hunter Magazine

    And there most likely are more.
     
  6. Partsproduction

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    I'll give you $500 FTF, then you can buy the optics. I know you don't want to do it that way, I hope it doesn't make you mad for me making the offer.
     
  7. jdogg

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    Mark, you are right! I dont remember where I read that but maybe the article I was reading was regarding semi-autos? you are right, however. I am sorry if I confused anyone. I blame ignorance, not outright deception (which usually works as an excuse if you arent very smart, like me!)
     
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