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Katran is a 2020 Russian detective TV series. In 1978 Militsiya Maj. Ivan Petrovich Tcherkasov (Andrey Smolyakov) investigates the murder of an Interior Ministry Colonel Potapenko and his mistress, a passionate gambler. The investigation leads to an illegal gambling house, known as "Katran". Sonya Timofeeva gets the mission to infiltrate the gambling house.
Katran is the seventh installment in the TV series about detective Ivan Tcherkasov.
The following weapons were used in the television series Katran:
Makarov PM (MP-371)
Makarov PM pistols that are widely used throughout the series turn out to be blank-firing MP-371s. They are seen in hands of Militsiya detectives Maj. Ivan Petrovich Tcherkasov (Andrey Smolyakov), Capt. Sonya Timofeeva (Marina Aleksandrova) Sr. Lt. Aleksey Garkusha (Aleksey Bardukov), Igor Stankevich (Aleksandr Borisov), KGB operatives, and also in holster of Ilya (Valeriy Smekalov), the guard in the gambling house.
MP-371 blank-firing pistol - Gevelot small caps
Tcherkasov holds the PM during his voyage to Volgograd.
Another view of Tcherkasov's pistol in the same scene.
Igor Stankevich, a detective of Volgograd Militsiya
, holds a PM.
Aleksey Garkusha holds a PM during the arrest of Stankevich.
Nikolay Fyodorovich (Oleg Morozov
), the henchman of corrupt Interior Ministry Lt. Gen. Sedykh, threatens "Milady" (Viktoriya Romanenko).
Another view of Nikolay Fyodorovich's pistol.
KGB operatives (Anton Simukhin at the foreground) arrest Gen. Sedykh.
Sonya Timofeeva makes an escape from the hospital, holding the pistol that she took from a disarmed guard.
Another view of Sonya's pistol.
A close-up of Sonya's pistol.
Sonya holds the pistol in the scene in her apartments.
Tcherkasov aims his pistol at Ivan who is exposed as a hitman.
Makarov PM (MP-79-9TM)
On a promotional image Maj. Tcherkasov (Andrey Smolyakov) holds another non-lethal version of PM, a rubber-firing MP-79-9TM.
IZh-79-9T Makarych - 9 mm R.A. MP-79-9TM looks nearly the same.
In one scene Bella Aleksandrovna Pokrovskaya (Alyona Babenko), the owner of Katran, holds a TT-33.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
A good view of the pistol.
The pistol is seen from another side.
Rhöner SM 80
Boris Grinevich (Maksim Averin), the musician in Katran, carries a pocket pistol that turns out to be a gas-firing Rhöner SM 80. This pistol is generally similar to Reck pistols, such as Baby and Perfecta but SM 80 has the longer barrel and the different shape of the grip.
Rhöner SM 80 - 8mm gas ammo
Grinevich draws his pistol during the confrontation with TT-wielding Bella Pokrovskaya.
Grinevich holds his pistol in the scene in Sonya's apartments.
Grinevich loads the pistol.
The soldiers of the Internal Troops carry AKM assault rifles during the operation in Gen. Sedykh's countryhouse.
Internal Troops soldiers jump out of the truck. An AKM is seen at the background.
Internal Troops soldiers aim their AKMs. A Senior Lieutenant at the left holds an MP-371, blank-firing version of Makarov PM
The soldiers break on the territory of Sedykh's countryhouse.
A Senior Sergeant of the Internal Troops carries an AKMS in the abovementioned scene.
Soldiers jump out of the truck. An AKMS is seen at the foreground.
The Sr. Sergeant with the AKMS.
The Militsiya personnel on guard of Gen. Sedykh's countryhouse carry AKS-74 assault rifles.
AKS-74 with Bakelite magazine - 5.45x39mm
The barrel of an AKS-74 is seen at the right.
One of the Internal Troops soldiers is armed with an AKS-74U, anachronistic for 1978.
One of the soldiers, jumping out of the truck, holds an AKS-74U.
The typical barrel of the AKS-74U is seen at the left.
An anachronistic VSS Vintorez is used by Boris Grinevich (Maksim Averin).
VSS Vintorez with PSO-1 scope - 9x39mm
Grinevich with the Vintorez sniper rifle.
During the funeral of Col. Potapenko, honor guards carry SKS carbines.
A poster with external view and exploded view of TT-33
in Tcherkasov's office.