I have a 60 year old 2nd Gen Colt Single Action Army commemorative model that I bought a few months ago. It had never been shot but I had a gunsmith look it over and he said the timing was good and it should make a nice shooter so I took it to the range and shot around 100 rounds through the gun. I took it home and cleaned it and put it away but looking it over a week or so ago I noticed that when cocking it the trigger guard felt like it moved a bit so I got out my trusty Brownells SAA screwdriver set and checked and sure enough, the three screws securing the trigger guard to the frame were a little loose (maybe 1/4 turn). I snugged them up and the gun feels tight again but it got me to wondering, is this normal or should I have the gun looked at in more detail? Or just check the screws periodically to make sure they are snug? The hammer screw was also a little loose and the screws securing the back strap to the frame were also a little loose. I didn't over-tighten them but just carefully snugged them all up.