Next on the block is a Savage 1907 in extremely good condition except for a scar on one grip panel. (If you want to get replacement aftermarket grips you can get them from midway for $20, and they have them in stock.) Made in New York, the serial number indicates that this pistol was manufactured in late 1914, yet despite it being very nearly 100 years old it is in better condition than most pistols a quarter its age. The same pistol in slightly worse condition has sold for as much as $600 with only one magazine and no ammo, so I thought $450 was reasonable. Ingeniously designed, wonderful fit and finish, lots of history and personality. I'd keep it forever, but I'm not a "collector" type, and at the same time not the type to shoot a gun regularly when it is this nice. Comes with the Savage 1907, one original 10 round mag, one 7 round mag, and 50 rounds of FMJ. For trades I'm interested in pistols (revolver or semi-auto), blacksmithing gear, tools, a 30'+ ladder, lumber (of the fencing and/or siding variety preferably). I'll consider any reasonable offer, I do love me some trading!