Modest, hell, they'er positively anemic. 7 in/oz 24v. Better than nothing, but not by a helluva lot.
in/oz is a new one on me, most people get it wrong as oz/in or ft/lb or N/m
Torque is force x distance. SI units are more convenient for calculations
since the only arbitrary constant you need to remember is 2 x pi.
Arguably torque is better described as energy / angle (ie joules/radian)
since this encapsulates the idea of rotation. Anywya your motor is 50mN-m,
which is quite small, but perfectly plausible for a motor with ferrite magnets.
Some old stepper motors cannot be disassembled without destroying their
performance because the permanent magnet material used doesn't have
enough remanence to survive opening the magnetic circuit! NdFeB magnets
and SmCo magnets have very high remanence-coercivity products and basically
cannot be demagnetised in normal use without cooking them.