An Italian Model of 1938 Carcano Carbine. Uses 7.35x51mm Carcano in 5 round Mannlicher style clips. Has a “SA” mark, which indicates it was sent to Finland by Italy as aid. Unfortunately it was sporterized (presumably in the 60’s or later, as the US quarter imbedded in the stock is dated 1965).
A Japanese Type 38 Arisaka. Uses 6.5×50mmSR Arisaka loaded from 5 round stripper clips. Has matching bolt, and an intact Chrysanthemum Seal which indicates that this was taken from the dead hands of an Imperial solider, and not surpluses at the end of the war. Unfortunately it is also sporterized. In addition to having the stock cut down, the sights were replaced with a diopter sight.
A Romanian Model 1944 MosinNagant Carbine. Uses 7.62x54mmR loaded from 5 round stripper clips. Has a matching bolt, is marked 1955, and has a rather unique side-folding bayonet. Thankfully, hasn’t bean sporterized or altered in any major ways except for the import marks.
A Remington Model 10 shotgun. Use 12 Gauge shells load from a 6 round tube. I know nearly nothing about this one, any light anyone can shed on this one would be nice.
Indecipherable serial number.