Chinese Tea-Set (Kitayskiy serviz)

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Chinese Tea-Set
Kitayskiy serviz
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DVD Cover
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Vitaliy Moskalenko
Release Date 1999
Language Russian
Studio Mosfilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Count Stroganov Oleg Yankovskiy
Zinaida Voloshina Anna Samokhina
Merchant Satanovsky Vladimir Menshov
Arseni Myshko Sergey Nikonenko
Lapsin Bogdan Stupka
Kolya Sidikhin Sergey Bezrukov
First abrek Vladimir Episkoposyan
Maksud Khundamov, Oil tycoon Aleksandr Rezalin
Yefrem Yuriy Dumchev


Chinese Tea-Set (Китайскій сервизъ; Kitayskiy serviz) is a 1999 Russian comedy.
1913 year. The most comfortable and rich river steamship "Saint Nicholas" walks along the Volga from Tsaritsyn to Nizhny Novgorod. It is known that scammers will try to beat in poker a Frol Satanovsky, one of the richest merchants of the Russian Empire. This case begins to investigate the great Russian detective, Arseny Petrovich Myshko.


The following weapons were used in the film Chinese Tea-Set (Kitayskiy serviz):

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Röhm RG 79

Zhorzh Sergeyev (Sergey Rubeko) carries the revolver, which appears to be a Röhm RG 79. One of the disguised police officers is later seen with a similar revolver.

Röhm RG 79, late version - 9 mm P.A. Knall.
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Undercover police agents with revolvers, during the climax. A revolver on the center presumably also RG-79.

RS-31

An blank-firing RS-31 revolvers can be seen in the hands of several characters, including a Count Stroganov (Oleg Yankovskiy), a Maksud Khundamov the Oil tycoon (Aleksandr Rezalin), and Panteleimon Sumatokhin (Sergey Gabrielyan).

RS-31 - 5.6mm Gevelot small caps
Count Stroganov (Oleg Yankovskiy) fans his revolver.
Revolver an the table.
Maksud Khundamov draws the revolver.
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Frustrated, Maqsood tries to shoot himself.
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Undercover police agents with revolvers, during the climax. The revolver on the left is presumably also RS-31.

S&W-like snubnose revolvers

An snubnose revolvers can be seen in the hands of several characters. Revolvers look like as the Smith & Wesson Model 36, but most likely are European clones, presumably a blank-firing, such as Arminius or Umarex.

Arminius HW-37 - 9mm K blank firing
Undercover police agents with revolvers, during the climax. A revolver on the right has a nickel finish.


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