Here they are. The ones I've been working to find. All but the .223 anyway. It's the one without the "skeleton" stock. Sure wish I could find a short action skeleton stock to fit that thing. I'd be in heaven.
Top to bottom:
.270 Winchester (my favorite in the deer woods)
.22 lr (the one that almost got away)
I do love the .22 lr. It's got the green inserts on the stock and those are real hard to find now. It shoots real well. The .270 is a sub MOA gun and has had a trigger job done. The .280 is at the gunsmith now waiting to be picked up. Just had the trigger worked to 2.5 lbs. The .223 has a Timney trigger in it and it's crisp as a new $20 bill. I guess the .243 will take the next trip to the smith to get the trigger ironed out. Might send the .22 as well but not sure yet. It does fine as is.
As for the glass on top: .280 is wearing a Nikon Monarch 3-9, .223 has a Redfield 3-9, .243 has a Redfield 4-12, the .270 is topped with a Leupold VX-II 4-12, and the .22 has a Leupold VX-I 3-9.
My apologies for boring you guys to death on this but guns are my thing and these in particular are the gems of my safe. They look good (IMO) and I don't have to worry about hurting them when they hit the woods. Sure would like to find a .25-06 and 7mm Rem Mag in this configuration so I could leave the walnut guns in the safe for the rest of their day's.