Do Not Set Traps for Leshiy... (Ne stavte Leshemu kapkany...)

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Do Not Set Traps for Leshiy...
(Ne stavte Leshemu kapkany...)
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Original Theatrical Poster
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Vladimir Sarukhanov
Release Date 1981
Language Russian
Studio Gorky Film Studio
Main Cast
Character Actor
Sygda Kirbizhekov alias "Chisayna" Sattar Dikambayev
Odnak Inogam Adylov
Taika Aiturgan Temirova
Nikolay Ilyich Zarudnev Yuriy Nazarov
Turka Ulmas Alikhodzhayev
Matvey Georgiy Nazarenko
Ignatyev Anatoliy Ignatyev
Mikhail Dyatlov Vladimir Smirnov


Do Not Set Traps for Leshiy... (a literal translation of original title Ne stavte Leshemu kapkany...) is a Soviet 1981 adventure movie, directed by Vladimir Sarukhanov. The story is set in mid-1920s in Khakassia (a region in south Siberia). Red Army commander Sygda Kirbizhekov (Sattar Dikambayev) infiltrates a gang of Ataman Ignatyev, posing himself as a former Admiral Kolchak's White Army serviceman. But then he has to disappear in taiga and takes the name "Chisayna" (a forest spirit in Khakas myths, same as Russian "Leshiy", hence the title of the movie). Under this name he wages war against a new gang leader, Ataman Turka.


The following weapons were used in the film Do Not Set Traps for Leshiy... (Ne stavte Leshemu kapkany...):

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Revolvers

Nagant M1895

Several of Ignatyev's and Turka's men, notably Matvey (Georgiy Nazarenko) and Asan (Edilbek Chokubayev), use Nagant M1895 revolvers.

Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
Matvey throws and catches his revolver.
Matvey carries his Nagant tucked in belt.
One of Ignatyev's men cleans his revolver.
Asan holds his Nagant.
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A good view of Matvey's Nagant.
Matvey fires.

Pistols

Mauser C96

Mauser C96 pistols are widely used throughout the movie, notably by Sygda Kirbizhekov (Sattar Dikambayev) alias "Chisayna", Chekists and Red Army commanders Nikolay Ilyich Zarudnev (Yuriy Nazarov) and Chemenev (Yuri Majnagashev), gang leaders Ignatyev (Anatoliy Ignatyev) and Turka (Ulmas Alikhodzhayev) and several of their men. It appears to be that a single prop is reused, and this is "Wartime Commercial" model.

Note: see additional images on talk page.

Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser. "Wartime Commercial" model has same general outlook and differs in details.
Asan (Edilbek Chokubayev) holds a Mauser.
Chemenev holds a Mauser.
Ataman Ignatyev fires his Mauser.
Sogda picks up Turka's Mauser...
...and discharges it.
Turka holds his Mauser.
Another view of Turka's Mauser.
The safety of Turka's Mauser matches "Wartime Commercial" model.
A "shaggy" bandit (Sultan Dikambayev) is shot by Sogda.
Asan holds a Mauser with attached holster-stock.

Luger P08

A Luger P08 is briefly seen in hand of Turka's bandit (Yuri Kotyushev).

Luger P08 - 9x19mm. This is a blank adapted movie gun.
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A man in blue shirt holds a Luger.

Rifles

Custom Mosin Nagant

Most Mosin Nagant rifles in the movie are custom shortened Mosin Nagant M1891s. Visually they resemble M1907 Carbines.

Note: see additional images on talk page.

Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 Dragoon - 7.62x54mm R
Mosin Nagant Model 1907 Carbine - 7.62x54mm R
A Red Army soldier (Artur Nishchenkin) aims.
He is shot and drops his rifle.
Asan (Edilbek Chokubayev) fires at Sygda.
Ignatyev's man with a short rifle.
Another Ignatyev's man with a short rifle. The hex receiver indicates that the base gun is M91 Dragoon or early M91/30.
Same bandit with his short rifle.
A close view of a barrel. It looks different from M07 or M38 carbines.
Turka's man with a short rifle.

Mosin Nagant M1891 Dragoon

One of Ignatyev's men holds a Mosin Nagant M1891 Dragoon rifle. It can be distinguished from M91/30 by combination of low profile unhooded front sight, hex receiver and the shape of handguard.

Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 Dragoon - 7.62x54mm R
Ignatyev's man with a rifle.
He fires.

Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbine

Some out of time Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbines are also seen.

Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbine - 7.62x54mm R
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Trick riding Sygda Kirbizhekov (Sattar Dikambayev) fires at bandits.
A "shaggy" bandit (Sultan Dikambayev) with a carbine (at the left).
A carbine with turned down bolt handle is seen in hands of a bandit. It is possibly an M38, converted into hunting rifle.

Mosin Nagant "Obrez"

Turka's men widely use "obrez" sawed-off Mosin Nagant rifles.

Sawn-off Mosin Nagant M1891/30 - 7.62x54mm R. In Russian such weapon is called "obrez" which means "cut".
A bandit with "obrez".
A bandit (Gennadi Goryachev) holds an "obrez" at foreground.
A closeup.
A bandit draws his "obrez".
Same character with "obrez".
A "shaggy" bandit (Sultan Dikambayev) with "obrez".
Same character in another scene.
A bandit (same that on first screenshot) with "obrez".

Winchester Model 1895

Two sporterized versions of Winchester Model 1895 are seen in the movie, one with long barrel, used by Sygda Kirbizhekov (Sattar Dikambayev) (this rifle is also seen on movie poster), and another one with short barrel, used by Sygda's friend Odnak (Inogam Adylov). Both versions are converted from Russian contract M1895s. These rifles appear the same that were used in Konets imperatora taygi (1978), also filmed by Vladimir Sarukhanov (and also set in Khakassia but a few years earlier).

Sporting Winchester Model 1895. "Long" screen gun looks similar but it's definitely converted Russian contract M1895.
Sygda's long Winchester.
Sygda on horseback holds his long Winchester.
Sygda holds his Winchester in another scene.
A view from the muzzle.
Sygda fires.
Winchester Model 1895 carbine - .30 Cal. "Short" screen gun looks similar but it's definitely converted Russian contract M1895.
A Cossack from Ignatyev's gang carries a short Winchester.
A good view of Odnak's short Winchester.
Odnak with his rifle on horseback.
One more view of Odnak's rifle.
Sygda fires Odnak's rifle.

Vetterli-Vitali M1870/87

A Vetterli-Vitali M1870/87 rifle is seen in hands of Turka's man. A number of such rifles was purchased by Russian Empire from Italy in 1916.

Vetterli-Vitali M1870/87 - 10.35x47mm R
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A man at the left holds a Vetterli-Vitali rifle.

Machine Guns

Lewis

A Lewis Gun is used by bandits in several scenes. This movie prop, identified by a makeshift barrel cover (supposedly it's a damaged piece that was very roughly repared on cinema factory), is seen in several other Gorky Film Studio productions, including Konets imperatora taygi, Khleb, zoloto, nagan and Smotri v oba!.

Lewis Gun - .303 British
A close view.
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A "shaggy" bandit (Sultan Dikambayev) holds a Lewis.
A Lewis is seen in Ignatyev's camp.
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An Ignatyev's man in white shirt carries a Lewis.
Same character with Lewis, now in Turka's gang.
A Lewis is transported on horse.

Trivia

Mikhail Dyatlov (Vladimir Smirnov) carries a holster for TT-33. It's impossible to say if it is empty or not.



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