I have two pistols that my father has given me that we know little about. The first is a little double action .32 revolver made by H&R in 1905 it is nickel plated and has worchester mass stamped in the side. The other revolver has a trigger that collapses forward into a grove and then drops down when you pull back on the hammer, it has no trigger guard at all. The markings are worn but as far as I can tell they say 1889 Bredsia R-tab Darmi. I am not sure of the chambering, I thought it was .45 long colt but I am not sure.
Any help would be appreciated.