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Was there an H stamped on the barrel or an S? If an H, it was a Hungarian 31M. If an S, it was likely an Austrian conversion. Both are uncommon.
 

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Wow. Interesting rifle. Definitely uncommon in that configuration with the sight protector. The Budapest 1914 receiver on an Austrian rework is really interesting for me. Likely part of the Bulgarian contract that was never delivered by pressed into Austrian service during and after the war. It has a lot of history.
 
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