The 29 is a typical recent-import 29. Smooth action, for sure.
One of the 49s is all matching. Both 49s have mirror-bright bores. Neither have been refinished, and this is what they looked like after bringing them home and cleaning out the dried-up cosmo. Stocks still show lots of millwork around the recesses for the bolt handle and hand grooves. Dark localized stains on both, along with a little blood pitting towards the muzzle make you wonder about their brief military history. Bluing as you can see is otherwise excellent on both. Although both 49s are in similar condition, one buttplate is in the white, the other blued. Go figure.
The 30 (dark wood) was covered in rust, missing the saddle ring, and needed serious work. I thought long and hard, but in the interest of arresting decay, decided to clean up the metal and apply superblue. Surprisingly, the inside of the barrel is sharp and clean - it was packed in cosmo. I suspect the bolt is a 49. It works fine.
The 29 is import-marked, but none of the others are.