The Savage Model 1907 gave the Colt .45 ACP 1907 a real run for the decision of the Army's new semi-auto pistol. The Savage came in a strong second, and they forced Browning and Colt to make quite a few design improvements during the trials.
The Savage model 1907 Pocket Automatic was a scaled down version of the .45 ACP trials gun. It proved to be a very reliable, accurate pistol, that was ahead of it's time in many ways.
In this video, we'll look at the savage model 1907 Pocket Automatic, and we'll look at iconic lawman Jeff Milton's last gunfight, which was fought with a Savage Pocket Automatic.