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The M44 Mosin Nagant is a variant of the Mosin Nagant series of firearms. This carbine length model, developed in the late stages of World War Two, features a permanently fixed side-folding bayonet - setting it apart from other Mosin carbines.


The M44 has a 51.4cm (20.25 inches) barrel length, and offered enhanced maneuverability and ease of use in confined spaces, which was better suited to modern warfare.

The Hungarian M44 bears distinct markings on the receiver's top, including “02” factory markings, year of manufacture, Soviet-era Hungarian crest, and a unique serial number. The “02” factory marking is also found on several other parts of the firearm, such as the buttstock, barrel bands, bolt, magazine well, and cleaning rod, among others.


The Hungarian M44 operates with a manual of arms that is comparable to a standard Mosin-Nagant firearm.

Origin: Hungary
Manufactured: 1950's
Manufacturer:  Fémáru Fegyver és Gépgyár (FEG)

Type: Infantry Carbine

Caliber: 7.62x54mm rimmed
Barrel Length: 514mm (20.25")
Action: Bolt Action

Magazine Capacity: 5 rounds


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