Hagi-Tragger

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'''''Hagi-Tragger''''' (Russian: ''Хаги-Траггер''; '''''Khagi-Tragger''''') is a 1994 Russian Horror movie.
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'''''Hagi-Tragger''''' (Russian: ''Хаги-Траггер''; '''''Khagi-Tragger''''') is a 1994 Russian Horror movie. In the Middle Ages, one master created artificial intelligence and enclosed it in a doll named "Hagi-Tragger", which was to fulfill the wishes of the owner, it was skillfully teleported and had hypnosis abilites. Nowadays, another master has recreated the Hagi-Tragger, and the criminal authority Al-Haroon has taken over. Hagi-Tragger repeatedly saves Al-Haroon's life and fulfills his instructions to kill people, but the doll is smart and gets out of control of the owners, starting its own "game".
  
 
{{Film Title|Makarov}}
 
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==Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun==
 
==Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun==
Criminal Tyutyunik (uncredited) fires [[Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun]] during the chase. A midget criminal (Vladimir Fyodorov) can be seen with a [[Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun]], which is most likely the same movie prop.
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Criminal Tyutyunik (uncredited) fires [[Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun]] during the chase. A midget criminal ([[Vladimir Fyodorov]]) can be seen with a [[Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun]], which is most likely the same movie prop.
 
[[Image:Sawed off exposed hammers.jpg|thumb|400px|none|Sawed off side by side shotgun with exposed hammers - 12 gauge]]
 
[[Image:Sawed off exposed hammers.jpg|thumb|400px|none|Sawed off side by side shotgun with exposed hammers - 12 gauge]]
 
[[Image:Khagi tragger shotgun 1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Tyutyunik fires.]]
 
[[Image:Khagi tragger shotgun 1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Tyutyunik fires.]]

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Hagi-Tragger
Khagi-Tragger
Khagi tragger poster.jpg
DVD Cover
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Eldor Urazbaev
Release Date 1994
Language Russian
Studio Rolan Bykov Fond
Stargaze Productions, Inc.
12A Film Studio
Main Cast
Character Actor
Heinrich Yanovich Georgi Vitsin
Yevgeniy Rainin Aleksandr Peskov
Zoya Ekaterina Dvigubskaya
Anton Dmitrievich Aleksandr Porokhovshchikov
Al-Harun Sergey Shakurov
Natalya Mikhaylovna Lyudmila Chursina
Georgiy Zinovyev Evgeniy Dvorzhetskiy
Lavrikov Andrey Yurenev
Kostik Evgeniy Stychkin
Gorbik Aleksandr Yakovlev


Hagi-Tragger (Russian: Хаги-Траггер; Khagi-Tragger) is a 1994 Russian Horror movie. In the Middle Ages, one master created artificial intelligence and enclosed it in a doll named "Hagi-Tragger", which was to fulfill the wishes of the owner, it was skillfully teleported and had hypnosis abilites. Nowadays, another master has recreated the Hagi-Tragger, and the criminal authority Al-Haroon has taken over. Hagi-Tragger repeatedly saves Al-Haroon's life and fulfills his instructions to kill people, but the doll is smart and gets out of control of the owners, starting its own "game".


The following weapons were used in the film Makarov:

Contents


[edit] Pistols

[edit] Makarov PM

Numerous militiamen (Russian policeman) uses Makarov PMs throughot the movie.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Capt. Yevgeniy Rainin (Aleksandr Peskov) brandishes his duty PM.
Militiaman Gorbik (Aleksandr Yakovlev) draws his duty PM.
Yevgeniy Rainin with the PM during the arest of criminal.
Yevgeniy Rainin runs, PM in hands.
Another view of Yevgeniy Rainin's PM.
Possessed Yevgeniy Rainin puts the PM to his head.
Khagi tragger pistol 1 7.jpg
Yevgeniy Rainin tooked back the control on himself.
A close up.

[edit] Luger P08 Artillery Model

Criminal Voroshilovets (Vadim Zakharchenko) and Al-Harun (Sergey Shakurov) fires suppressed Luger P08 Artillery Model s. Most likely, the single movie prop was used.

Luger LP08 long barreled "Artillery" model - 9x19mm
Voroshilovets daws his Luger.
Note the very long barrel.
Voroshilovets fires his Luger.
A close up.
Another close up.
The Luger is seen on the snow.
Althought, the pistol in the hands of Al-Harun is seen only partly, the shape of the muzzle and suppressor alow to ID it's as the same movie prop.

[edit] Walther P38

Criminal Al-Harun (Sergey Shakurov) can be seen used Walther P38 during the chase, before police detective, capt. Yevgeniy Rainin (Aleksandr Peskov) tooked it from him.

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
Al-Harun fires his Walther.
Yevgeniy Rainin tooked the Walther from Al-Harun.

[edit] Shotguns

[edit] Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun

Criminal Tyutyunik (uncredited) fires Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun during the chase. A midget criminal (Vladimir Fyodorov) can be seen with a Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun, which is most likely the same movie prop.

Sawed off side by side shotgun with exposed hammers - 12 gauge
Tyutyunik fires.
The midget criminal draws his shotgun.
The midget criminal in ambush.
He aims.
Khagi tragger shotgun 5.jpg
Note the exposed hammers.

[edit] Assault Rifles

[edit] AKMS

One militiaman and several criminal uses AKMS rifles throughout the movie. Most likely, the single movie prop was used.

AKMS - 7.62x39mm
Militiaman grabs the AK during the chase.
The slightly other view of the AK.
Militiaman with the AK.
The criminal raices his rifle.
The criminal aims.
Front sight can be seen.
The criminal fires.
Criminal holds the AK after firing it.
The criminal at the background holds the gun.

[edit] AKS-74U

One militiaman very briefly can be seen carring AKS-74U on the sling.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
Note the very short barrel.



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