Thread: Savage .32
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Old December 28, 2012, 05:03 PM   #2
James K
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Some parts are available, but the gun is more a collector piece today than a shooting gun. If I wanted a .32 caliber pistol for carry, I think I would find a Colt M1903 in so-so exterior shape or a post-WWII Walther PP. The main Savage part that seems to get damaged is the grips, which are hard rubber and have turned brittle with age. Removing them requires bending them and that often results in breakage.

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