Last week when I brought home my new Hungarian M44 I took it apart for cleaning and inspection. When I removed the handguard a piece of paper fell to the floor. It was folded neatly underneath the guard and is rather oil soaked but I'm sure thats what preserved it for so long and protected it from the heat of the barrel. At first I thought maybe it was some sort of packing slip or something from the factory but I'm not sure what it is. I dont speak very good Hungarian. Anyway, it has some mathematical formulas on it and on the back is some math that is handwritten. It appears to be at least as old as the rifle (1953). Any one else ever find any papers in their guns? This really has me curious. I'm going to see if I can find a web sight to try to learn what some of the words are. They look similar to German but I dont think they are. Who knows. Maybe it is a smuggled document. It does have Einsteins theory of E=MC2 divided by 210X249. I just found out that some of the words are in Latin. Now I'm REALLY curious!