Waffenfabrik Walther, Zella-Mehlis; G.43 ac 44 WaA 359 h block. Made in mid 1944. Perhaps my favorite of the bunch.
It has a milled bolt housing from a Walther G.41 as it is marked WaA 359 and only BLM used these in production K.43 rifles.
While not as accurate as my ac45, it has proven to be a dependable shooter since 1991. Approx. 170.000 ac44 made in WW II.
Import marked on the barrel and a conglomeration of mixed maker and model parts, it is my first reliable shooter.