I am inheriting these rifles but I have quite a few questions. I've been able to identify most of the rifles, but I am a bit hazy on a few. Click for large picture (~960KB) These are all the guns The top rifle is a M1 carbine .30cal, and it is stamped with "I.B.M. CORP", so I assume it was made by IBM during WWII? The second from the top is a .22 HMR by Marlin, model #25MN The third from the top is a bit strange, it seems that someone recently engraved/etched into the side of the reciever "No4 MKI/2 (F) FTR" So I assume it is a Lee-Enfield SMLE, but I am not sure. fuzzy picture of etching Picture of opposite side I can't seem to identify the fourth rifle from the top. It is stamped with chinese markings and the numbers 1955 and 26, along with what I assume to be the serial number underneath. I'm also having trouble figuring out the fifth rifle from the top. It is stamped with a star and "1936" on it, as well as "No D". picture of stamping The sixth rifle from the top seems to be a Browning model 190 .22LR. And finally the bottom two are SKS's. I am planning on keeping them and firing them soon, but seeing as how I live in CA, will there be any legal snags? Keep in mind that I have never owned a firearm and have only shot a handful. Thanks!