Re: Inherrited Rifles
I'm more inclined to think that #5, the Springfield 1898, is a US Rifle, model 1898 Krag, and they go for a whole bunch more than a shooter-grade Mauser. My Blue Book gives values of 450 for 60% up to 3500 for 100%, and my Blue Book is 4 years old. I haven't seen a Krag, in my area of the country, with a price of less than a grand in a long time. Rifle or carbine? There is a price difference.
The Norinco ATD is, I believe, a copy of the Browning 22 automatic rifle. I owned one for about two months, back in the late 80s. They were going, new, back then for 100 bucks. It's not listed in my Blue Book, but I wouldn't think, even now with inflation, it'd be worth much more than 150 brand new in the box.