At Map Grid 45 (V kvadrate 45)

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At Map Grid 45 (V kvadrate 45)
V kvadrate 45 Poster.jpg
Origial theatrical poster
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Yuri Vyshinsky
Release Date 1956
Language Russian
Studio Mosfilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Valentin Volgin Vsevolod Platov
Irina Aleeva Margarita Lifanova
Aleksey Ryzhov Vladimir Gulyaev
Ivan Leshchuk Ivan Kuznetsov
Grigory Fedotov Nikolai Khryashchikov
Boris Shmelyov Vladimir Zeldin
Col. Shcherbakov Mikhail Majorov
Maj. Boris Yakovlev Boris Bityukov


At Map Grid 45 (a direct translation of the original title V kvadrate 45) is a Soviet 1956 adventure movie directed by Yuri Vyshinsky. Valentin Volgin (Vsevolod Platov) is a rookie smokejumper. During his first mission he acts faint-heartedly but later Volgin has a chance to prove his bravery and skill when during the operation in near-border region he encounters a group of foreign spies.


The following weapons were used in the film At Map Grid 45 (V kvadrate 45):

Contents


Handguns

Tokarev TT-33

A pair of unnamed saboteurs (Ivan Voronov and Nikolay Smorchkov) are armed with Tokarev TT-33 pistols. Valentin Volgin (Vsevolod Platov) captures one of these TTs and uses it in shootout. Maj. Yakovlev (Boris Bityukov) holds a TT in the final scene.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
The young saboteur (Nikolay Smorchkov) holds a TT.
Volgin and the elder saboteur (Ivan Voronov) grapple for a TT. Note the pre-1947 slide serration.
The saboteur fires during the grapple.
Volgin fires a captured TT.
The saboteur draws his second pistol.
V kvadrate 45-TT-8.jpg
Maj. Yakovlev holds his TT during the chase for the saboteur through the burning forest.

Astra 600

An Astra pistol, most likely an Astra 600, is used by the chief spy Shmelyov (Vladimir Zeldin).

Astra 600 - 9x19mm
Shmelyov draws his Astra pistol..

Steyr-Pieper M1909

Another Shmelyov's pistol is a pocket Steyr-Pieper M1909. It is loaded with a bullet-size container with a microfilm inside. In the final scene Maj. Rumyantsev (Ivan Solovyov) holds the pistol, taken from Shmelyov.

Steyr-Pieper M1909 - .25ACP
Shmevyov's superior (Aleksandr Polinskiy) shows the pistol to Shmelyov.
He opens the pistol.
A closeup of the grip. The large Steyr logo indicates that this pistol is of post-WW1 manufacture.
Shmelyov holds the pistol in the final scene.
Maj. Rumyantsev opens the pistol and finds microfilm.

SPSh Flare Pistol

An SPSh Flare Pistol is seen on the night scene on airfield.

Russian SPSh Flare Pistol - 26.5mm
The chief of flights gives a signal to night flight.

Shotguns

TOZ-B Double Barreled Shotgun

In several scenes Boris Shmelyov (Vladimir Zeldin), his unnamed companion (Ivan Voronov), old forester Grigory Fedotov (Nikolai Khryashchikov), and Valentin Volgin (Vsevolod Platov) are seen with Double Barreled Shotguns with exposed hammers. TOZ-B, a venerable shotgun that was manufactured from 1902, is the most possible guess for mid-1950s.

Russian TOZ-B double barreled side by side shotgun - 16 Gauge
Fedotov carries a shotgun on sling.
Smelyov, disgused as a local hunter, holds a shotgun.
A closeup of shotgun in hands of unnamed saboteur (Ivan Voronov).
Volgin fires a shotgun during the boat chase.
The saboteur returns fire.



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