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    Quote Originally Posted by Major 2 View Post
    Another cool little 32 ACP added to my modest collection.
    Savage 1907 pistols are awesome.
    I think I have 2 left, a Frenchicon/Portuguese with the lanyard loop, and a Britishicon proof marked .380.

    The problem I ran into was that the location of the magazine release lead to dropped magazines.

    They didn't actually fall out of the gun, just dropped about 1 inch, low enough to not pick up the next round.

    I presume that this is the reason that the button location moved, and late magazines have 2 latch holes so that they can be used with either system.

    I found that .32 mags worked OK in my .380.
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