Infantry Musket M1845

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Russian percussion cap musket M1845 - .70
Russian percussion cap musket M1845 (1851 year produced, Tula) - .70

Infantry Musket M1845 (Pekhotnoye Ruzhyo Obraztsa 1845 goda) was the main Russian infantry weapon during the Eastern (Crimean) War. It was designed after French M1842 musket and manufactured until late 1850s. In 1852 the musket was slightly modified. Two shorter versions, Dragoon and Cossack, were intended for mounted troops.

Specifications

(1845 - ?)

State: Russian Empire

Type: Muzzleloading percussion cap musket

Caliber: .70 (18 mm)

Length: 72.8 in (185 cm) with bayonet

Barrel Length: 42.7 in (108.4 cm)

Weight: 9.5 lbs (4.3 kg); 10.4 lbs (4.7 kg) with bayonet

Capacity: 1

Fire Modes: Single Shot

The Infantry Musket M1845 and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
Ski Battalion (Za Sovetskuyu Rodinu) A Red partisan 1937
Family Happiness (Semeynoe schastye) Seen on the wall 1969
The Sannikov Land (Zemlya Sannikova) Vladislav Dvorzhetsky Ilyin 1973
Yuri Nazarov Gubin
Oleg Dal Krestovskiy Carbine
Days of the Turbins (Dni Turbinykh) Seen on the wall 1976
Say a Word for the Poor Hussar (O bednom gusare zamolvite slovo) Stanislav Sadalskiy Cornet Aleksey Pletnyov 1980
Viktor Pavlov Stepan
Soldiers and prison guards
The State Counsellor (Statskiy sovetnik) Prison Guard 2005
Forbidden Empire Ruslan Ustinov Ostap mocked up as flintlock 2014



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