Third from left looks like a classic Ruger 10/22.
I think there is a straight magazine extending out of the bottom of that one. It doesn’t look like the extended magazines of my 10/22 that are curved. The standard one is flush.
“Third from left looks like a classic Ruger 10/22.”
I don’t think so. I do recognize a Model 94 leveraction with action open. The other leveraction is actually a single shot .22 as I recall made by Ithaca. With the exception of the single action revolver which i cant tell if it is a Colt and maybe the model94 it looks like a load of junk.
Looks like a Mossberg 22 cal that I cut my teeth on some half a century ago. Still have it, still accurate as any modern 10/22. Note the forearm, it is hinged to drop down to become a handle.
Well it was not a 10-22. It was a winchester Mod 77 in .22 There was a Winchester 94 made in 1949 in .30-30 The Arisaka had all matching numbers and an intact chrysanthemum and the soldiers name painted on the original leather sling. There was a GEW 98 made in 1917 with all matching numbers in excellent condition. The prize (other than the ‘94) was a Colt Police Positive(detective special) made in 1926 in .38S&W. It was carried by a “Railroad Dick” during the thirtys. I saved six weapons and spent US$275 for all.