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Welcome to the forum. Any letters in front of those numbers? If so they are part of the serial number. Also we would need a model number or description of the gun including caliber and how many shots the cylinder holds. Did you get those numbers off the bottom of the grip frame? Without some of this info it is like me asking you to identify my car by the licence plate number
 
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Welcome to The Forum from the Wiregrass! Man, you're not giving us enough information to give you an answer. What caliber are they? Are they top breaks? S&W use the same serial numbers across models. If we don't know the model oh, we can't give you any answer. You got to help us help you. Post pictures. Read the sticky post on how to ID your gun.

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Looks like 2 victory revolvers, one with a brushed nickle looking refinish. Those should have a V or SV prefix I believe. The other 2 likely have a C prefix. I have a feeling those were assembly numbers not serial numbers
 
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