"Narkomovskiy" Train (Narkomovskiy oboz)

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"Narkomovskiy" Train (Narkomovskiy oboz)
Narkomovskiy oboz DVD.jpg
DVD Cover
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Vlad Furman
Release Date 2011
Language Russian
Studio Favorit Film
Main Cast
Character Actor
Starshina Viktor Filippov Sergey Makhovikov
Pvt. Tamara Simovich Olga Fadeeva
Medical Sr. Lt. Nadejda Kolyadina Anna Arlanova
Sgt. Varvara Kerjak Darya Baranova
Pvt. Praskovya Marchenko Irina Rakhmanova
Pvt. Seraphima Brik Yuliya Polubinskaya
Politruk Anatoliy Khomyakov Anatoliy Petrov
Grandfather Arkhip Mikhail Dolgopolov


Narkomovskiy oboz is a Russian 2011 war mini-series directed by Vlad Furman. In November 1941 Starshina (Sgt.Maj.) Viktor Filippov (Sergey Makhovikov) gets a task to deliver to frontline troops a supply train, loaded with vodka. His team consists of four young female soldiers and two civilian coachmen, an old man and a boy. During the way to frontline they have many encounters, including the final battle against a German unit that not all of them survived.

Note: the movie hasn't any official title in English so the original title is translated and need some clarification. "Narkomovskiy" literally means "something that belongs to Narkom" (a short for Narodny Komissar, "People's Commissar", an analog of minister in USSR at that time). But Red Army military slang used "narkomovskiy" in a figurative sense, as a name for vodka rations that were introduced by the order of Narkom Oborony (People's Commissar of Defence) Voroshilov. So this word in the title doesn't need a literal translation.


The following weapons were used in the film "Narkomovskiy" Train (Narkomovskiy oboz):

Contents


Handguns

Nagant M1895

Several characters, including Medical service Sr. Lt. Nadejda Kolyadina (Anna Arlanova), a mayor of a small town Grigory Pitzuk (Aleksandr Brankevich) and a trio of robbers - "Tuz" ("Ace") (Sergey Vlasov), "Sutuly" ("Round-shouldered") (Viktor Molchyan) and "Rezvy" ("Spirited") (Kirill Novitskiy), carry Nagant M1895 revolvers. Many if not all screen Nagants appear to be Blef or Nagant-S blank firing revolvers that are converted live Nagants of both pre- and post-1930 manufacture.

Nagant M1895 - 7.62x38N
Pitzuk draws a Nagant when he tries to commandeer horse carts for his personal needs.
The robber "Sutuly" holds a Nagant during the shootout on the lumber-mill.
The robber "Tuz" holds a Nagant in the same scene. The revolver has an angular front sight.
Next moment "Tuz"'s revolver switches to another one with a rounded front sight.
Sgt. Varvara Kerjak (Darya Baranova) carries two Nagants tucked at her belt.
Nadejda Kolyadina holds a Nagant during the final fight.
Varvara Kerjak fires a Nagant when her rifle runs dry.

Tokarev TT-33

Politruk (political commissar) Anatoliy Khomyakov (Anatoliy Petrov) and several other Soviet officers carry TT-33 pistols. Screen TT pistols are of post-1947 version.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Post-1947 version
Khomyakov fires his TT.
An unnamed Captain (Sergey Rudenya) aims a TT.

Mauser C96

In Praskovya Marchenko's flashback scene that takes place during the Russian civil war a Red commissar (uncredited) carries a Mauser C96 pistol.

Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser
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Luger P08

During the final fight a German officer fires a Luger P08.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
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Submachine Guns

PPSh-41

A PPSh-41 is a personal firearm of Starshina (Sgt.Maj.) Viktor Filippov (Sergey Makhovikov). Some other Soviet officers and NCOs, including Capt. Aleksandr Baragozov (Vlad Furman) and Semyon Verstovoy (Richard Bondarev), also carry PPSh-41s.

PPSh-41 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Filippov holds a PPSh.
Semyon Verstovoy with PPSh.
An unnamed Major (Igor Sigov) holds a PPSh.
Filippov and Baragozov during the final fight.

MP40

Many German soldiers are armed with MP40 SMGs.

MP40 - 9x19mm
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German motorcyclists are armed with MP40s.
A close view of the barrel.
A soldier at the right carries an MP40.

MP38

Some German soldiers carry MP38 SMGs. Filippov (Sergey Makhovikov) uses a captured MP38 during the final fight.

MP38 - 9x19mm
A German motorcyclist carries an MP38.
Claus (Aleksey Goncharik) carries an MP38.
A soldier fires an MP38 during the final fight.
Filippov fires an MP38.

Rifles

Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbine

All four female soldiers, Sgt. Varvara Kerjak (Darya Baranova) and Pvts. Tamara Simovich (Olga Fadeeva), Praskovya Marchenko (Irina Rakhmanova) and Seraphima Brik (Yuliya Polubinskaya), are armed with Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbines. Some other characters, including coachmen Grandfather Arkhip (Mikhail Dolgopolov) and Mitya (Maksim Selyavo), also use M38 Carbines.

Mosin Nagant M38 Carbine - 7.62x54mm R
Mitya fires at Ju 87 dive bomber.
Starshina Filippov (Sergey Makhovikov) checks a carbine.
Grandfather Arkhip holds a carbine.
Tamara aims her carbine during the encounter on the lumber-mill.
Varvara shows a perfect marksmanship in the same scene.
Tamara and Praskovya with carbines.
Seraphima holds her carbine during the final fight.
Praskovya fires in the same scene.

Mosin Nagant M1891/30

Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles are main weapons of Soviet soldiers. Grandfather Arkhip (Mikhail Dolgopolov) takes an M91/30 rifle from a deserter and uses it himself.

Mosin Nagant M1891/30 - 7.62x54mm R
A firing squad readies their rifles.
They take aim...
...and fire.
Two soldiers with M91/30 rifles in a car.
The elder deserter (Oleg Tkachyov) fires a rifle. Next to him the younger deserter Denis (Sergey Savenkov) holds a Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbine.
Politruk Khomyakov (Anatoliy Petrov) holds a rifle.
Grandfather Arkhip carries an M91/30 rifle.
Crewmembers of 45-mm AT gun carry M91/30 rifles in the final scene.

Karabiner 98k

Many German soldiers are armed with Karabiner 98k rifles.

Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A German soldier at the left carries a Karabiner 98k.
A soldier fires a 98k during the final fight.
A soldier on the foreground reloads his rifle.
A close view of the bolt and bolt handle.

Machine Guns

PKM (visually modified to resemble MG34)

German motorcyclists and infantry soldiers use MG34 machine guns that appear to be visually modified PKMs. Filippov (Sergey Makhovikov) and Capt. Aleksandr Baragozov (Vlad Furman) use captured machine guns in several scenes.

A picture of the original MG34 and PK conversion
A fake MG34 in mounted on the motorcycle.
A close view of the barrel.
A machine gun fires. Note that the barrel of a real machine gun is shorter that the perforated barrel shroud of the MG34.
The fake MG34 on the motorcycle.
German soldiers with machine gun in ambush.
Baragozov fires a machine gun.

MG34

Genuine MG34s are seen in some scenes. They aren't firing.

MG34 with front and rear sights folded down - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Filippov takes an MG34 from a German motorcycle.
Filippov in ambush with a machine gun.
A close view of the receiver and the belt.

MG17

Two MG17 machine guns are wing-mounted on a Ju 87 Stuka. The Ju87 appears to be a radio controlled scale model or even a computer-generated image so the machine guns aren't real firearms.

MG17 machine gun - 7.92x57mm Mauser
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Other Weapons

Model 24 Stielhandgranate

German soldiers carry Model 24 Stielhandgranate hand grenades. Filippov (Sergey Makhovikov) takes two grenades from a killed soldier. During the encounter on the lumber-mill Varvara Kerjak (Darya Baranova) throws a grenade but doesn't know how to use it properly.

Model 24 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" high-explosive fragmentation hand grenade
Filippov takes a grenade from a motorcycle.
Varvara runs with two grenades in hands.
Varvara unsuccessfully throws a grenade.
A German soldier is shot while trying to throw a grenade.
A grenade in air.
Filippov readies his last grenade.

45 mm anti-tank gun M1937 (53-K)

An abandoned 53-K AT gun is seen on the road in one scene. In the final scene Soviet soldiers mans an AT gun.

M1937 (53-K) Soviet anti-tank gun - 45 mm (1.77 in)
An abandoned 45-mm AT gun on the road.
Soldiers move an AT gun across the battlefield.



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