Izhmekh Single Barreled Shotgun Series

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Izhmekh IZh-5

IZh-5 - 16 gauge

Izhmekh IZh-5 is a single barreled shotgun, based on Iver-Johnson. It was produced in 1924 - 1948 (with a break during WWII), until it was replaced on the ZK ("Zlatoust - Kazantsev") shotgun.

Specifications

(1924 - 1941; 1945 - 1948)

Type: Single Barreled Top Break exposed hammer Shotgun

Gauge: 16, 18, 20, 24, 28

Capacity: 1

Barrel Length: 26.8 in (68 cm) to 29.9 in (76 cm)

Weight: 5.5 lbs (2.5 kg) to 6.6 lbs (3 kg)

Fire Modes: Single Shot


The Izhmekh IZh-5 and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

Films

Title Actor Character Note Date
Gaichi Yuliya Tsay Nan 1938
Scientist, nanai peoples
Incident in the Taiga (Sluchay v tayge) Anatoliy Kubatskiy Nikita Stepanovich 1954
Aleksandr Antonov Fyodor Nikolaevich Volkov
Vladimir Gulyaev Yasha
Ivan Kuznetsov Dolgushin
The Wild East Lilliputian 1993


Izhmekh IZh-K

Izhmekh IZh-K - 16 Gauge

Izhmekh IZh-K is a direct predcessor of IZh-17, produced in 1955 - 1964. It can be distinguished by groove on the foregrip. Izh-K is a representative of the family of single-barrel shotguns, which also includes the earlier ZK (1949 - 1955), and Izh-KM (1956 - 1958).

Since all these shotguns are extremely similar, and it is impossible to distinguish them (except for marking), they will all be assigned to this category.

Specifications

1949 - 1963

Type: Single Barreled Top Break exposed hammer Shotgun

Gauge: 16, 20, 24, 28, 32

Capacity: 1

Barrel Length: ?

Weight: ?

Fire Modes: Single Shot


The Izhmekh IZh-K and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:


Films

Title Actor Character Note Date
Tachanka from the South (Tachanka s yuga) old villager 1977
Rabid Bus (Vzbesivshiysya avtobus) Igor Bochkin Pavel Melkoyatz sawn-off 1990
Jonathan of the Bears Anatoliy Mambetov Hunter 1994
Igor Vorobyov Hunter
Vigilante
With Fire and Sword (Ogniem i mieczem) Michal Zebrowski Jan Skrzetuski sawn-off, mocked up as Wheellock Pistol 1999
Zbigniew Zamachowski Jerzy Michał Wołodyjowski
Wiktor Zborowski Longinus Podbipięta
Krzysztof Kowalewski Jan Onufry Zagłoba
Wojciech Malajkat Rzędzian
Aleksandr Domogarov Bohun
Izabella Scorupco Helena Kurcewiczówna
Dariusz Gnatowski Barabasz
Cossacks
Transit (Peregon) Yuriy Itskov Svist 2006
I'm Counting: One, Two, Three, Four, Five... (Ya schitayu: raz, dva, tri, chetyre, pyat...) Alyona Babenko Natalya Nikolayevna Andrianova 2007
Little Hunter (Angshy bala) Jursin Yerman Grandfather 2011
Sanurzhan Suleimeniv Qambar
Fugitives (Begletsy) Valeriy Grishko Vasiliy 2014
escaped convicts

Television

Title Actor Character Note Date
Makar the Pathfinder (Makar-sledopyt) Maksim Minin Makar Zhuk 1989


Izhmekh IZh-17

Izhmekh IZh-17 single barreled shotgun - 16 Gauge
Izhmekh IZh-17 single barreled Sawed Off shotgun - 16 gauge

Izhmekh IZh-17 is a close relative of IZh-18 except it has exposed hammer. Both shotguns are descendants of ZK (Zlatoustovsky Kurkovy, i.e. "Zlatoust's Hammer") shotgun and its Izhevsk version IZh-K. IZh-17 was less popular than IZh-18 and was produced for a relatively small time.

Specifications

1963 - 1970th

Type: Single Barreled Top Break exposed hammer Shotgun

Gauge: 12, 16, 20, 28, 32

Capacity: 1

Barrel Length: ?

Weight: ?

Fire Modes: Single Shot


The Izhmekh IZh-17 and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

Films

Title Actor Character Note Date
Izhora Battalion (Izhorskiy batalyon) Boris Chirkov Ivan 1972
The Guarneri Quartet (Kvartet Gvarneri) Viktor Malyarevich Mityay with sawed-off barrel 1978
Nomads of the North (Brodyagi severa) Valeriya Tsoy Nanette 1983
Stasis Petronaitis Durant
Valeriy Shevchenko Jacques Le Bea
Nikolay Kuzmin Macocky
Kings of Crime (Vory v zakone) Nurbey Kamkia Rita's father 1988
Transit (Peregon) Kirill Ulyanov Snr. Lt. NKVD Yakov Gutsava 2006
Wild Field (Dikoe pole) Militians 2008
The Edge (Kray) Vladimir Mashkov Ignat 2010
Aleksandr Bashirov Guardian of railway track
Fugitives (Begletsy) Valeriy Grishko Vasiliy 2014
escaped convicts

Television

Title Actor Character Note Date
Shadows Disappear at Noon (Teni ischezayut v polden) Evgeniy Shutov Antip Nikulin Ep.1 1972
Ivan Ryzhov Andron Ovchinnikov
Incident at the Airport (Sluchay v aeroportu) Rustam Urazaev Akmal Saidov Possibly one IZh-17 and one IZh-K 1989
Bakhrom Akramov Zafar Kayumov


Izhmekh IZh-18

Izhmekh IZh-18EM-M - 12 gauge
Baikal MP-18M-M, a modern version of IZh-18
Baikal MP-18MN - 7.62x39mm

Izhmekh IZh-18 is a Soviet/Russian single barrelled hammerless shotgun. It appeared in 1964, replacing the IZh-KB (1960 - 1963) and is still currently produced under a new brand Baikal MP-18M. One of the most modern versions of IZh-18 is a top-break single shot rifle MP-18MN that is produced in numerous calibers from .223 to 9.3x74R.

During its long life IZh-18 was very popular among hunters for its low price and decent quality. Its wide availability leads to using of IZh-18 in an unusual role: in numerous Soviet historical movies of 1960s-1980s visually modified shotguns stand for flintlock and percussion lock muskets and even pistols (in the latter case with sawed-off barrels and stocks). A typical feature of all models of IZh-18 is a spur on the trigger guard that allows to identify this gun even in musket disguise.

Specifications

1964 - Present

Type: Single Barreled Top Break Hammerless Shotgun

Gauge: 12, 16, 20, 28, 32, .410; various from .223 to 9.3x74R in rifled version MP-18MN

Capacity: 1

Barrel Length: 28.5-28.9 inch (725-735 mm) in 12 and 16 gauge; 26.6-26.7 inch (675-680 mm) in 20 and less gauge

Weight: 5.7-6.2 lb (2.6-2.8 kg)

Fire Modes: Single Shot


The Izhmekh IZh-18 and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

Films

Title Actor Character Note Date
Treasure Island (Ostrov sokrovishch) Aare Laanemets Jim Hawkins Mocked up as flintlock pistols and flintlock muskets 1971
Boris Andreyev Long John Silver
Laimonas Noreika Dr. Livesey
Algimantas Masiulis Squire Trelawney
Juozas Urmanavicius Captain Smollett
Igor Klass Ben Gunn
Kazimieras Vitkus Billy Bones
Vytautas Tomkus George Merry
Juris Plavins Abraham Grey
Harijs Avens Morgan
Vladimir Grammatikov Richard Joyce
Robert Ross Redret
The Lost Letter (Propala hramota) Ivan Mykolaichuk Vasyl Sawn-Off, visually modified as flintlock pistol 1972
Anatoli Barchuk Ivan
Vladimir Shakalo Petro
Fyodor Strigun Andriy
Mikhail Golubovich Bad Man
Vladimir Glukhoy The Good Devil
Uncredited Fat man
Brigands
And on the Pacific... (I na Tikhom Okeane...) Georgiy Nikolaenko Vaska-Okorok 1974
Between Sky and Earth (Mezhdu nebom i zemlyoy) Vsevolod Abdulov Simion Kuku Visually modified as percussion cap pistol 1976
An extra in role of Ottoman Janissary
An Ordinary Miracle (Obyknovennoye chudo) Swan-off mocked up as flintlock pistol 1978
The Very Same Munchhausen (Tot samyy Myunkhgauzen) Oleg Yankovskiy Baron von Munchhausen Visually modified as flintlock musket 1979
Elena Koreneva Martha
Inna Churikova Jacobine von Munchhausen
Leonid Yarmolnik Theophil von Munchhausen
Treasure Island (Ostrov sokrovishch) Vladislav Strzhelchik Squire Trelawney Visually modified as Percussion musket 1982
Viktor Kostetskiy Dr. Livesey
Konstantin Grigorev Captain Smollett
Oleg Borisov Long John Silver
Fyodor Stukov Jim Hawkins
Nikolay Kuzmin Tom Redruth
Stanislav Sokolov Richard Joyce
Oleg Vasilyuk John Hunter
Leonid Tikhomirov Alan
Pirates and Trelawney's servants
A Man from the Boulevard des Capucines (Chelovek s bulvara Kaputsinov) A Comanche warrior Visually modified 1987
Island of Lost Ships (Ostrov pogibshikh korabley) Islanders Mocked up as flintlock or percussion cap pistols 1987
The Witch (Vidma) Bohdan Benyuk Sotnik Zabryokha Mocked up as percussion pistols 1990
Viktor Stepanenko Levurda
Cossacks
The Big Gold of Mr. Greenwood (Bolshoe zoloto mistera Grinvuda) Yelena Lyukshinova Vera 1991
Demons (Besy) Andrey Rudenskiy Nikolay Stavrogin Mocked up as flintlock pistols 1992
Vladimir Antonik Mavriky Nikolayevich
Jonathan of the Bears Uncredited Terry 1994
Igor Vorobyov Hunter
Prisoner of the Mountains (Kavkazskiy plennik) Jemal Sikharulidze Abdul-Murat IZh-KB 1996
Aleksandr Bureyev Hasan
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels Seen among other guns in mansion 1998
With Fire and Sword (Ogniem i mieczem) Aleksandr Domogarov Bohun Sawn-off, mocked-up as Flintlock Pistol 1999

Television

Title Actor Character Note Date
The End of the F***ing World Alex Lawther James Sawn-Off 2017
Jessica Barden Alyssa

Video Games

Title Appear As Note Date
DayZ "IZH-18 Rifle" In 7.62x39mm 2013



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