Dzhulbars

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Dzhulbars
Julbars poster.jpg
Original oster
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Vladimir Shnejderov
Release Date 1935
Language Russian
Studio Mezhrabpomfilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Tkachenko Nikolai Makarenko
Pery Natalya Gitserot
Sho-Murad Nikolay P. Cherkasov
Abdullah Ivan Bobrov
Kerim Andrey Fayt
Beggar Nikolay Teleshyov
Highlander Emmanuil Geller


Dzhulbars (Russian: Джульбарс; Dzhulbars or Julbars) is the 1935 Soviet adventure movie.


The following weapons were used in the film Dzhulbars:

Contents


Handguns

Mauser C96 "Broomhandle"

Numerous soldiers, including Tkachenko (Nikolai Makarenko) use Mauser C96 "Broomhandle"s.

Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser. Note the rear tangent sight; in something of a display of wishful thinking, the C96's sight is adjustable for ranges up to 1000 meters. Later examples had a sight adjustable to a still unrealistic 500 meters. C96 pistols with fixed rear sights are very rare.
The soldiers with their Mausers. The soldier at the right pulled his sidearm.
Tkachenko corrects the rear sight of his Mauser...
...and cocks it.
Tkachenko's Mauser can be seen on the table in its typical wooden stock. Note the Mosin-Nagant rifle, which is hung on the wall (bolt opened).

Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model

A Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model is Abdullah's (Ivan Bobrov) firearm of choice.

Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model - .44 Russian
Abdullah (at the left) with the revolver on the belt.
Abdullah draws his sidearm (pointed by the red arrow).
The another view of the Abdullah's revolver.

Rifles

Mosin Nagant M1891

Nearly all soldiers (including Tkachenko), brigands, caravan drivers and Sho-Murad (Nikolay P. Cherkasov) can be seen armed with Mosin Nagant M1891s. Most of them are Infantry, while Dragoon rifles also appear.

Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 Dragoon - 7.62x54mm R
Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 Infantry Rifle in original configuration - 7.62x54mm R
Sho-Murad (Nikolay P. Cherkasov) with the rifle on the sling. Note the bipod.
Brigand with the Mosin-Nagant rifle on the sling. Abdullah with the Spencer at the background
Soldier aims his Mosin-Nagant rifle. This is the Dragoon variant.
Brigand fires his Mosin-Nagant rifle. This is also the Dragoon variant.
Brigand at the center holds the Mosin-Nagant rifle.
Soldier holds brigands at gunpoint with his Mosin-Nagant rifle.
Sho-Murad rests, puts his hand on the rifle.
The Mosin-Nagant rifle is hung on the wall (bolt opened).

TOZ-8

Several brigands, including Kerim (Andrey Fayt), several caravan drivers as well as at least one of the peasants use the TOZ-8.

TOZ-8 - .22LR
Brigand with the rifle on the sling.
Kerim holds his rifle.
The bolt handle of Kerim's rifle can be seen.
Kerim with the TOZ on the sling at the left.
Kerim (at the right) with the rifle on the sling.
Peasant runs, rifle in hands.
Kerim with the rifle on the sling.
The buttstock of Kerim's rifle can be seen.
Caravan driver working the bolt.

Spencer 1860 Carbine

The brigand commander, named Abdullah (Ivan Bobrov) uses a Spencer 1860 Carbine throughout the movie.

Spencer Model 1860 Carbine - .56-56 Spencer rimfire
Abdullah with the rifle on the sling.
The hammer...
...and receiver can be seen.
Abdullah (at the right) with the Spencer on the sling.
Abdullah (at the left) with the rifle on the sling.

Percussion Rifle

At least one peasant possesses the percussion rifle.

Peasant with the rifle.
The percussion lock with the typical hammer can be seen.

Arisaka Type 38

The Arisaka Type 38 can be seen in the hands of the peasant.

Arisaka Type 38 rifle - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Peasant with the rifle.
The groove on the stock...
...and lack of protruding mag can be seen.

Berdan Rifle

At least one of the peasants can be seen armed with the Berdan Rifle.

Russian Berdan No.2 (M1870) Infantry rifle - 10.67x58mm R
Peasant runs, rifle in hands.
The same character one second later. The bolt handle of his rifle can be seen.

Unknown Rifles

Several brigands and peasants were armed with the unknown rifles.

Brigands with the rifles.
Brigand at the far left holds the rifles.
Brigand (at the left) holds the rifle.
Peasants with the rifles.

Shotguns & Muskets

Berdanka

Beggar (Nikolay Teleshyov) uses Berdanka throughout the movie.

Berdanka bolt action shotgun - 28 Gauge
Beggar aims...
...and fires.
Beggar with the Berdanka on the sling.
Beggar (second from the left) with the Berdanka on the sling.

Frolovka

Numerous caravan drivers as well as several brigands were armed with the Frolovkas.

Frolov Shotgun - 28 gauge
Caravan driver holds the Frolovka.
The another view of his gun.
The barrel band can be seen.
The same character struggles with the brigands. The mag of his gun can be seen.
Brigand with the gun on the sling.
Brigand (second from the left) holds the Frolovka.
Brigand (at the right) holds the Frolovka.
Sho-Murad aims.

Karamultuk Flintlock Musket

Sho-Murad fires a Karamultuk Flintlock Musket at the film beginning.

Turkish Flintlock Musket
Central Asian Karamultuk ("Black Gun") Matchlock Musket. The screen gun has a similar bipod.
Sho-Murad aims his gun with bipod attached. Note the flintlock just above the man's fingers.

Grenades

RG-14 hand grenade

Several soldiers use RG-14 hand grenades at the film climax.

RG-14 Russian hand grenade (Model 1914 grenade)
The soldier threatens brigands with his grenade.
Another soldier activates his grenade...
...and throws it.



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