Modern DVD cover
||Aleksandr Kuznetsov (VII)
|Dr. Vasili Vasilievich
Siberians (Сибиряки; Sibiryaki) is a Soviet 1940 B&W family movie.
The following weapons were used in the film Siberians:
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
Siberian hunter Alexey (Daniil Sagal) owns a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun. He gave it to Valya Kedrova (Aleksandra Kharitonova) during the hunt. The similar looking gun (most likely, the same movie prop) is briefly seen hanged on the wall in the cabin of aged hunter Doshindon (Dmitriy Orlov (I)).
J. Stevens and Company Side by Side Shotgun (Circa 1878) exposed hammers and designed to fire Black Powder shotgun shells - 12 gauge
Alexey cleans his shotgun...
Alexey runs, shotgun in hand.
The shotgun's barrels is perfectly seen, when Alexey raises his weapon.
Valya Kedrova fires Alexey's shotgun.
The similar looking gun is seen hanged on the wall at the background, right.
Gorchilin (Andrei Gorchilin) presents a Frolovka to Seryozha Krylov (Aleksandr Kuznetsov (VII)), who uses it throughout the movie. At the one point, this gun appeared in the hands of Petya Kholodnov (Aleksandr Putko). This gun was wrongly named as Berdan Rifle, but it's obviously Frolovka shotgun.
TOZ R-32 shotgun - 32 gauge
Anna Altseva (Tamara Altseva) hands the Frolovka to Gorchilin.
Gorchilin presents the Frolovka to Seryozha Krylov.
Seryozha Krylov holds his new firearm.
Seryozha Krylov loads the Frolovka with the single ammo...
Seryozha Krylov rests, Frolovka in hands.
Petya Kholodnov holds Seryozha's shotgun.
The Frolovka is seen at the right. The barrel band is perfectly seen.
The Frolovka is seen hanged on the wall.
Mosin Nagant M91/30
Two guardians of Lenin's mausoleum are armed with the Mosin Nagant M91/30s.
Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
Two guardians holds the Mosin-Nagants.
A guard is seen carrying a holster for Nagant M1895, but it's seems to be to flat, so, most likely it's empty.
The Nagant holster is pointed by the red arrow.
The "Tsar cannon" is seen on the Red Square.
Tsar cannon as it standing now - 35 in (89 cm).
The "Tsar cannon" is seen at the left.
A rather cartoonish rifle is seen on the shot with inter-titles.
The rifle is seen (the Russian words means "At the next morning boys agreed to exchange the rifle and binoculars for the smoking pipe").