Hello — I’m new to the forum. I received a pair of guns from my wife’s Grandfather that he got as a settlement of debt sometime in the 1930/40s. That’s all I know about the history. One is a Winchester 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine and one is a nickel plated Colt Single Action Army — or purports to be. I think the Colt has problems and I’m hoping someone here might be able to help me sort them out. There are several numbers in various places and none of them match. On the frame just forward of the trigger guard are the letters LD above a number 32959. With the trigger guard removed, there are two numbers just behind these and covered by the guard. They are 62 on one side of the screw hole and 45 on the other. On the trigger guard itself, visible when in stalled just below the forward screw hole is 378. On the left side of the trigger guard, just above and behind the trigger is a dash and the number 8. On the side of the frame just to the rear of the patent numbers are the letters U S. On the bottom of the back strap below the screw hole is the number 786. On the inside of the loading gate is the number 925. The top of the barrel is marked with a dash and then COLT’S PT. F. A. MFG. Co. (the “o” is underlined and superscripted) HARTFORD. The stock is walnut and one piece and it fits nicely along the top or the backstrap, but the bottom corners are well inside the metal. I have photos but I can’t figure out how to upload them. Happy to provide them to anyone interested.