This is a WW2 rifle you just never see and never ever find this nice. The last one we had in was 7 years ago. In excellent all matching condition, we have a documented vet brought back 1944 production Hungarian 43m Service Rifle. These rare rifles were made in 1943-44 and were based on the Nazi/Hungarian G98/40 Rifle, a Rifle produced in Hungary for the Germans. The main difference between the two variants was in the sling attachment points and the use of different bayonets. While the German G98/40 rifle was in production from 1941-1944 the Hungarian 43M is much rarer being only made for a little more than a year and only a handful ever being brought back to the States as war trophies. This rifle is part of a haul of war booty that was brought back by a Private in the Engineers and a copy of the capture papers is included. Finding a superior example of this rifle is not easy; most of the ones around are roach grade. This premier example we are offering still even has the impossible to locate sight hood. This is a textbook example of one of the most difficult of the Axis WW2 Service Rifles to locate and this is a real score!