(Red Heat) - Podbyrin 9.2 mm Pistol

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The fictional Podbyrin 9.2mm handgun - custom built up from a Desert Eagle Mark I & a Walther P38.
Arnold Schwarzenegger locking and loading the Podbyrin 9.2mm

The "Podbyrin 9.2 mm" is a fictional Russian handgun constructed for the 1988 film Red Heat. This pistol was an IMI Desert Eagle Mark I fitted with a custom barrel and other completely custom elements, put together to somewhat rememble an oversized handgun of Soviet origin.

Director Walter Hill wanted a "P38 but bigger and meaner. A P38 on Steroids", so movie armorer Tim LaFrance built three guns he named "The Hollywood Eagle". He used the Desert Eagle .357 Mk I pistols as a base and had to modify the entire profile to resemble a large Walther P38. According to LaFrance, the most difficult part of the blank adaption conversion was the gas porting.

The (Red Heat) - Podbyrin 9.2 mm Pistol and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
Red Heat Arnold Schwarzenegger Ivan Danko 1988
Red Heat Peter Boyle Lou Donnelly 1988



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