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The following weapons were used in the film Hannibal Rising:
A Luger P08 can be seen in thrown onto the stretcher that has all of the Lithuanian militia groups loot in it.
Luger P08 with black grips - 9x19mm
A black Luger lies on the stretcher.
The Lithuanian militia group leader Vladis Grutas (Rhys Ifans) takes a Walther P38 from a wounded German SS-commander and shoots him in the head with it, just after the group has looted the Lecter castle.
Walther P38 pistol (manufactured at the Mauser Factory) WWII dated - 9x19mm
Grutas shows the SS officer his own Walther.
Grutas puts the officer out of his misery.
Mauser C96 "Broomhandle"
Zigmas Milko (Stephen Martin Walters) uses a Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" after Grutas sends him to kill Hannibal Lecter (Gaspard Ulliel) in 1952. Lecter later uses the weapon when he infiltrates Grutas' mansion. Grutas also gets his hands on the weapon, and uses it to dispatch a female slave, who tried to urge Lecter into shooting him.
Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Milko holds his Mauser, moments before being subdued by Hannibal Lecter.
Lecter holds the Mauser on Grutas.
Lecter fires the Mauser next to Grutas.
Grutas fires the Mauser at one of his servants.
Several of Grutas' (Rhys Ifans) thugs wield CZ 52s as their sidearms later on in the film.
Czech CZ 52 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A thug runs upstairs armed with a CZ 52.
A thug holds his CZ 52 at Lecter.
A thug on the left has a CZ 52.
Bronys Grentz (Ivan Marevich) pulls a Tokarev TT-33 on a Lecter family servant, when the German troops take over the Lecter family castle. A couple of Grutas' thugs also use the Tokarev TT-33 as their sidearms, most notably near the end on the canal boat. Hannibal Lecter (Gaspard Ulliel) also takes one from a guard when he escapes Grutas' mansion after the botched assassination attempt. Lecter can be seen wielding it most notably in Petras Kolnas' (Kevin McKidd) restaurant, using it to lure him into his demise. Grutas also uses a Tokarev near the end of the film on the canal boat.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Gertz holds the Tokarev on the servant.
Close-up of the Tokarev. Note the slide. This gun was manufactured pre-WWII, as the post-WWII manufactured Tokarevs would have smaller cocking serrations.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev.
Lecter holds the Tokarev.
Lecter holds the gun on Kolnas.
Lecter sets the gun down on a stove.
Grutas holds his gun on Lecter.
One of Grutas' thugs hold a Tokarev on the boat.
The Lithuanian militiamen Vladis Grutas (Rhys Ifans) and Petras Kolnas (Kevin McKidd) carry PPSh-41 submachine guns as their primary firearms in 1944, during the WWII part in the beginning. Bronys Grentz (Ivan Marevich) also has a PPSh-41 slung over his back when the militia group gathers their loot from Lecter castle on a stretcher. Several Soviet soldiers can also be seen wielding PPSh-41s, when young Hannibal runs into them after escaping from Grutas' group. Soviet border troops also carry them in 1952, when Hannbial crosses over from Lithuania to Poland.
PPSh41 Sub Machine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Grutas holds his PPSh-41 on the Lecter family's servant.
A Soviet soldier holds his gun on the Lecters, as they want to refill on water and food.
The soldier fires his PPSh-41 at a German Stuka.
Kolnas (on the left) and Grutas (far right) hold their PPSh-41s after ambushing a Soviet truck.
Grutas holds his gun as he waves his men to retreat.
Grutas fires his PPSh-41 and Dortlich (Richard Brake
) fires his MP40 at Soviet troops.
Grutas fires his gun at the Soviets.
A Soviet border guard fires his PPSH-41 at Hannibal Lecter in 1952.
Zigmas Milko (Stephen Martin Walters), one of Grutas' militiamen, has a PPS-43 slung over his back when the German SS troops capture the Lecter castle.
PPS-43 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Milko with a PPS-43 slung over his back.
Several German soldiers carry MP40 submachine guns as their primary firearms in the film. Enrikas Dortlich (Richard Brake) also carries an MP40 when the group loots the Lecter castle. He is seen firing and dumping the gun after it runs dry when the militia group flees from Soviet troops. After the group enter the Lecter lodge, some of the soldiers also seem to carry MP40s, including Petras Kolnas (Kevin McKidd), and Vladis Grutas (Rhys Ifans), and Dortlich. A couple of MP40s can also be seen in a guard stall in Grutas' mansion later on in the film.
MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm
A German soldier with an MP40 (on the left).
A German soldier holds his MP40.
Grutas throws an MP40 in the back of a truck after they've looted the Lecter castle.
Grutas fires his PPSh-41 and Dortlich fires his MP40 at Soviet troops.
Kolnas holds his MP40 as he burst inside the Lecter lodge.
Grentz grabs an MP40 in a flashback.
Grutas holds his MP40 on Hannibal in another flashback.
A couple of MP40s can be seen in the background.
Scoped Mosin Nagant
Zigmas Milko uses a Scoped Mosin Nagant rifle to dispatch a couple of Soviet soldiers in the beginning of the film.
Full-length, Mosin Nagant M91/30 Sniper Rifle with Russian PU 3.5x sniper scope and down turned bolt handle - 7.62x54mm Russian
Milko readies his scoped Mosin Nagant.
Milko prepares to take aim.
Milko holds the rifle as he chambers a fresh round.
Bronys Grentz (Ivan Marevich) and the Pot Watcher (Goran Kostic) have Mosin Nagant rifles slung over their backs, after the Germans have seized the Lecter castle. A Soviet soldier atop a T-34 tank has a Mosin Nagant slung over his back as they find young Hannibal in the snow in 1944.
Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm Russian
Grentz (on the left) and the Pot Watcher (on the right) have Mosin Nagant rifles slung over their backs.
A Soviet soldier has a Mosin Nagant slung over his back.
After Grutas' militiamen hide from Soviet troops in Lecter lodge, Zigmas Milko (Stephen Martin Walters) and Bronys Grentz (Ivan Marevich) carry Sturmgewehr 44s as their primary firearms. A couple of Sturmgewehrs are also seen in a crate near Grutas' canal boat.
Sturmgewehr 44 - 7.92x33mm
Milko holds his Sturmgewehr on the young Hannibal.
Grentz holds his rifle in the background.
Milko with his rifle in a flashback.
A couple of Sturmgewehrs in a crate.
Some German soldiers carry Karabiner 98k rifles in the film, but most of them are seen armed with MP40 submachine guns.
Karabiner 98k - German manufacture 1937 date - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Three Karabiner rifles rest against each others.
12 Gauge Double-Barreled Shotgun
A servant for the Lecter family can be seen with a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun slung over his back, when Hannibal and his father are hunting. Milko is also briefly seen with a shotgun slung over his back, after some of the militia men go looking for food. This could be the same prop, as it is supposed to be the Lecter family shotgun.
J. Stevens and Company Side by Side Shotgun (Circa 1878) exposed hammers and designed to fire Black Powder shotgun shells - 12 Gauge
A Soviet border guard fires a Degtyarov DP-28 light machine gun at Hannibal Lecter (Gaspard Ulliel) as Hannibal crosses over form Lithuania to Poland in 1952.
Degtyarev DP-28 machine gun - 7.62x54mm Russian
A border guard fires the DP-28.
The guard fires the machine gun.
A couple of German motorcycles can be seen with MG34 light machine guns attached to them during the beginning of the film.
MG34 Machine gun - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A German bike with an MG34 attached on the passenger's side.
A wounded SS officer lies next to a bike with an MG34 mounted on it.
A Maxim M1910/30 machine gun can briefly be seen during the scene, when the Lithuanian militia group flees from the Soviet troops.
Russian Maxim 1910/30, post 1941 manufacture with top hatch on cooling jacket allowing it to be filled more quickly or with snow - 7.62x54mmR
A Maxim machine gun can be seen as the Soviet forces draw near Kaunas.
Goryunov SG-43 Machine Gun
A Goryunov SG-43 Machine Gun can be seen on top of a Soviet tank. The tank crewman later mans the gun, as a German Stuka spots the tank.
SGMT machine gun 7.62x54mm Russian. Solenoid-operated version intended for use as a coaxial weapon on tanks.
The tank crewman with the Goryunov.
The crewman fires the Goryunov.
The crewman fires the Goryunov at the approaching Stuka.
Kovrov Arsenal flare pistol
A Soviet border guard uses a Kovrov Arsenal flare pistol to illuminate the sky when Hannibal Lecter (Gaspard Ulliel) crosses over to Poland from Lithuania in 1952.
Russian Kovrov Arsenal flare pistol - 26.5mm Flares
The Soviet fires the flare gun.