I should be ashamed of the lack of documentation or records on most of my guns. At the nagging of my wife (in anticipation of my demise, no doubt) I am making a list of my guns, with descriptions, serial numbers, approximate worth, etc. After looking online at store bought programs, freeware, and good old Excel (which I hate), I found an Excel based template which works pretty well for what I want that was free. I'm putting the link here for anyone who wants to take a look at it: http://sportsmansblog.typepad.com/GunListTemplate.xls Besides the basic information, I am also putting in additional tidbits of info on the particular model or the individual weapon, such as date of manufacture or anything interesting about that model, e.g. my Smith Model 19-5 was the first year without the pinned barrel and recessed chambers. I have at time looked up info on specific guns I own, but, of course, never wrote anything down because I never forget anything. Right. So now I'm re-acquiring some of this info. For instance, I believe the gun pictured below is a Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector Third Model, made about 1903. I looked it up when I got the gun, but I can't remember exactly where or how I determined this. Right now I'm making inquiries about this old Smith, trying to confirm what I think I know. It's sorta fun putting a history together on each of my firearms.