I was going to say bogus too but didn't want to rain on this guy's parade.They actually sell stamps to mark garand stocks with phony arsenal markings.Nice Soviet "later 1944 and 1945" to early post-war era laminated M44 stock with the 1944 and later pressed in sling slot escutcheons, cross bolted wrist, and the spliced in toe. These sometimes show up in unissued original condition like this - I have a couple M44 carbines with these in my collection.
Too bad someone tried to make it look Hungarian (and make the otherwise very nice little Hunky carbine look all matching and original) by stamping bogus markings on it.
Toolie showed it to me at the funshow yesterday. I am not familiar enough with HungarianRain away fellows, I had questions myself. I did spend more than normal for a carbine on the off chance, but I am still pleased with the quality of the rifle.