Re: Identify middle eastern antique guns.
Both are crudely made and typical middle East products. The pictures are very poor, but it looks to me like the gun in the first picture may never have been intended as a firing weapon, only as a tourist souvenir. The second gun might have been intended as a real firearm, but it also is a poorly made copy in part of a British Enfield musket. The stocks, of course, are unique to that area but also are common in tourist pieces.
"Guns" like that were once rare in the U.S. because few Americans travelled to that part of the world. Today, for better or worse, we have many troops in that area. They are not permitted to bring or send back modern weapons, so many buy those guns, often paying high prices for what they have been led to believe are valuable antiques.