I have serial no. 844032. It was passed to me from my father-n-law. His grandfather gave it to him. They are from Pikeville, Ky. I have a picture with his grandfather and the gun. Caption reads used by Anse Hatfield, in the feud. R.T. Smith, in the photo, was married to Vicie, a relative of Frank Phillips. I understand Frank would stay at Vicie and R.T.'s house some. I recently got the photo and had never paid it much thought. On the biography channel, documentary, not the Cosner movie. Anse is holding a model 1894. Histoy wise, does this gun become more valuable? I am trying to find out, thru my wife's family, how it would have passed from Anse to Frank Phillips. I would not be interested in selling, plan to keep it in the family. Unless I could make a dent in my kids college that is.