Very Good Condition
In 1930 updates to the Dragoon were adopted and the "new"
rifle was designated the "7,62 mm Rifle, Model of the Year 1891-30",
After WWII the Soviet Union shared much of its weapons technology with its satellite countries, including the Mosin rifles and carbines. Hungarian M44 carbines are common, but the Hungarian M91/30 is not as well known.
The Hungarian M91/30 follows the same basic pattern as
the Soviet M91/30 with few differences.
The Hungarian M1891/30 were manufactured and referred to in Hungary as Puska 48.M (48 Minta).
50,686 were manufactured by Femaru Fegyver es Gepgyar (FEG), Budapest, between 1949-55
*** Note: The correct Variation for a Mosin Nagant is "7.62" or "7.62x54". A variation for a "7.62/308" is Not Valid For Mosin Nagants ***