My grandmother recently passed down a pair of .22 rim fire pistols. They both have ~2 inch octagon shaped barrel's and on the left side of the barrel it's marked H. & R.ARMS COMPANY. WORCESTER.MASS.U.S.A. On the top of the frame it's marked: YOUNG AMERICA DOUBLE ACTION It's a 7 shot. I've looked all over the gun and cannot find any other marks or stamps anywhere. I've been trying to find a serial number on these so that I could get more information about them, but have been unsucessful. I'm not a gun smith so I'd be afraid to try and take them apart. She told me that she thinks she and her sister we given these guns when they were young women, so I'm thinking they were probably made somewhere between 1920-1940. Can anyone tell me if there are stamps or marks someplace on these guns that's not readily apparent from the "outside" ? Thanks in advance! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!