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Spanish "Oviedo" 1931, 7mm on Mauser action originally. Pre-war (WWII) if it's a .222, or some .222/7mm custom, it's been rebarreled.

The Iver Johnson is probably a .22 not a .25. Decent little guns, some minor collectors value depending on condition. The original developer of the safety block for the revolver, "hammer the hammer" used in most wheelguns today in some form.


The Turkish "Ankara" from 1943
is probably a 1938 Model Mauser made at the Ankara factory in '43. Unlike the Spanish Mauser above, it's originally a 8x57mm Mauser chambering.
 
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