In to the shop is a Hungarian Mosin Nagant which was post war manufactured in 1953 under license from the Soviet Union as a copy of the M44.  This example has been well cared for and is extemely collectable with all numbers (Including stock!) are matching!! 

Hungary's Warsaw Pact given factory marking of "2" can be found stamped on most parts of the rifle. The stocks are made of beech and are characterized by excellent workmanship. The finish is a standard military oil type with low sheen. The buttstock is marked with the '02' country code and with 'B' in a circle for Budapest.  The top of the barrel chamber is stamped with the Communist Hungarian symbol ('Rákosi Crest'): a crossed hammer and stalk of wheat, surmounted by a 5-point star and surrounded by a wreath of wheat on both sides.  Leaf sight graduated 100-1000 meters, Permanently mounted socket type Folding Spike Bayonet.

$700.00 - Cash Discount

Many of the firearms posted are consignment and have not been test fired. We are not armorers and recommend that all firearms purchased be examined by a gunsmith before use. For consignments, final price will not include $25 FFL transfer fee. Transfer will be conducted at store in Bridgewater. Shipping to FFL only. All Federal and Massachusetts laws will be followed.  6.25% Massachusetts sales tax added to all in-state transactions.  All firearms and ammo sales are final. Contact at or (508) 399-1200 with any questions or for additional photos.

Statement of Legal compliance:

I will comply with all Federal and State Laws. If the firearm is to be shipped, you must provide me with a signed copy of your dealer's FFL (or your 03FFL if this is a Curio and Relic). I will meet all applicable state and federal laws.  When ammunition, magazines or other regulated items are sold/bought or traded as part of this transaction, I agree to follow all applicable local, state and federal laws and regulations pertaining to these items.


992 Bedford St (Rt 18) in Bridgewater.  It is an office building where there is a bike shop and a yoga studio in the front and is directly across the street from A&A Gas station.  If you park on the left side of the building and enter the door next to New England Scientific Refrigeration, the shop is just up the stairs.