Peace to Your House (Mir vashemu domu)

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Peace to Your House
(Mir vashemu domu)
Mir vashemu domu Poster.jpg
Modern Poster
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Takhir Sabirov
Release Date 1982
Language Russian
Studio Tajikfilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Vatslav Kalinovskiy Igor Ledogorov
Mirzo Mukhamadali Makhmadov
Rustam-bek Takhir Sabirov
Elmurad Galib Islamov
Mikhail Kobrin Nikolay Kochegarov
Ali Isfandiyor Gulyamov
Said Nurullo Abdullayev
Madina Niyazova Sitora Alieva


Peace to Your House (Mir vashemu domu) is a Soviet 1982 (filmed 1981) three-part historical adventure mini series directed by Takhir Sabirov. The story is set in 1920-1921 in Turkestan. Chekist Mirzo, posing as a scholar and scribe, infiltrates the Basmachi group under the command of Rustam-bek to whom Mirzo is a "milk-brother". The only man in Red headquarters who is aware about Mirzo's mission is the head of Special Department Vatslav Kalinovskiy. But when Kalinovskiy who is an aged man suddenly dies of heart stroke, Mirzo has to find a risky way to establish a connection with Reds.


The following weapons were used in the film Peace to Your House (Mir vashemu domu):

Contents


Revolvers

Nagant M1895

Akhmad Rakhimov alias Mirzo-Akhmad (Mukhamadali Makhmadov) carries a Nagant M1895 revolver that is a personal gift weapon. Nagants are also used by Mikhail Kobrin (Nikolay Kochegarov), the commander of "Steel" regiment of Red Army, Madina Niyazova (Sitora Alieva), a nurse in said Red regiment, and several other Reds and Basmachi characters. All revolvers are of post-1930 version.

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Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
A Nagant is seen on the table in the railroad wagon of the Red Army division headquarters.
The commandant of the staff of Red division (A. Kosivanov) is armed to the teeth: a Nagant (the grip is seen in center of his belt), a Mauser C96 and several F-1 hand grenades.
Mirzo holds a Nagant.
A closeup of the Nagant. The gift inscription is seen.
Another view of Mirzo's Nagant in hands of Rustam-bek (Takhir Sabirov). The angular post-1930 front sight is seen.
Rustam-bek's second-in-command Elmurad (Galib Islamov) carries his Mauser C96 in holster and a Nagant that appears to be taken from Kobrin.
Madina fires at pursuing Yusuf's men.
Kobrin fires a Nagant, given to him by Rustam-bek, when Yufus treacherously makes an attack during negotiations.

Pistols

Mauser C96

Various Red commanders and Basmachi, notably Qurboshi (chieftan) Rustam-bek (Takhir Sabirov), his second-in-command Elmurad (Galib Islamov), and Qurboshi Yusuf-bek (Sharif Kabulov) carry Mauser C96 pistols.

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Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser
A Red Army commander (uncredited) cleans a disassembled Mauser C96. Another Mauser, of M1930 version, is seen on the wall in holster (see below).
Elmurad holds a Mauser.
Yusuf-bek carries a Mauser tucked in his belt.
Yufus-bek holds a Mauser.
Elmurad carries a Mauser in holster for Stechkin APS with a cut to accommodate the larger pistol.
Rustam-bek fires.
Rustam-bek with a Mauser.
Elmurad and Mirzo (Mukhamadali Makhmadov) (at the backgrond) fire Mausers at Yusuf's men. In previous and next scenes of this episode Mirzo is armed with a Nagant.

Mauser C96 M1930

In the climactic scene Mikhail Kobrin (Nikolay Kochegarov) fires a Mauser C96 M1930. M1930 pistols are also seen in several other scenes.

Mauser C96 M1930 - 7.63x25mm Mauser
A Mauser C96 M1930 (according to the lanyard ring) is seen in holster on the wall of the staff wagon. The holster itself is not a standard Mauser wooden "box" but a Stechkin APS holster with a cut to accommodate the larger pistol.
Another view of the said pistol in holster. A man at the table cleans a standard C96 (see above).
Kobrin fires a Mauser, given to him by Rustam-bek during the treacherous attack of Yusuf. Later in the same scene he is seen with a Nagant.
A good view of Kobrin's Mauser C96 M1930.

FN Model 1900

Madina Niyazova (Sitora Alieva) uses an FN Model 1900 pistol in one scene. Later she is seen with a Nagant.

FN Model 1900 - .32 ACP
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Madina holds an FN Model 1900 pistol.

Rifles and Muskets

Mosin Nagant M1891

Mosin Nagant M1891 Dragoon rifles are seen in hands of Red Army men and Basmachi.

Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 Dragoon - 7.62x54mm R
A guard at the staff wagon carries an M91 Dragoon rifle.
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Red Army men with rifles escort Vatslav Kalinovskiy.
Rifles on the camp of the Red Army "Steel" regiment.
Patrol in mountains.
Another view of the same scene. The rifle of the man at the foreground has a damaged stock.
Red Army men of a "Steel" regiment fires a fake Lewis (see below), M91 rifles and M38 carbines at Yusuf's Basmachi.
Numerous rifles are delivered by Yusuf-bek to Rustam-bek.
A number of Mauser and Mosin Nagant rifles in Rustam-bek's camp.
Yusuf's henchman Dhzamalutdin (Dzhamal Khashimov) holds an M91 rifle at the background.
A Basmach at the background holds an M91 rifle.

Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbine

Out of time Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbines are also used by Red Army men and Basmachi.

Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbine - 7.62x54mm R
A pair of carbines is seen in staff wagon.
Red Army men of a "Steel" regiment fires a fake Lewis (see below), M91 rifles and M38 carbines at Yusuf's Basmachi.
Basmachi fire M38 Carbines.
A Basmach with M38 (or possibly M44) Carbine.
An M38 (or possibly M44) Carbine next to the simple dinner of a peasant of mountain kishlak (village).

Mosin Nagant M1944 Carbines

Mosin Nagant M1944 Carbines with removed bayonets are also used.

Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine, with attached side-folding bayonet - 7.62x54mm R. Screen guns have their bayonets removed.
A sentry at the guardhouse carries an M44 Carbine (note the base of removed folding bayonet on the barrel).
The sentry readies his carbine.
A Basmach with M44 Carbine.
Dzhamalutdin (Dzhamal Khashimov) carries an M44 Carbine on his shoulder.
A Basmach fires M44 Carbine.
Dzhamalutdin (Dzhamal Khashimov) with his carbine.

Mauser Karabiner 98k

Several Karabiner 98k rifles, anachronistic for early 1920s, are seen in Rustam-bek's camp.

Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A pair of Kar 98k rifles hang on a pole at the left.
Dzhamalutdin (Dzhamal Khashimov) carries a Mauser rifle at the left. Another 98k rifle is seen in center, leaning against a pillar.
One more view of Dzamalutdin with Mauser rifle.
Several Mauser rifles are seen at the left. One of them has a hole on place of the magazine.
A number of Mauser and Mosin Nagant rifles.
A Kar 98k with opened bolt is seen at the left.

Vz.24 Czech Mauser

Mauser rifles of other models are also seen in Rustam-bek's camp. At least one of them appears to be a Vz.24 Czech Mauser.

Czech vz. 24 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Several Mauser rifles is seen at the left. One of them, with a groove on the stock, seems to be a Vz.24 Czech Mauser, two more that appears to be shorter are possibly Vz.16/33 Czech Mausers.
Another view of these rifles.
Several Mauser rifles are seen at the left. The one at the left appears to be a Vz.24.

Vz.16/33 Czech Mauser

Several Mauser rifles, seen in the same scene, appear to be Vz.16/33 Czech Mausers.

Czech Mauser vz. 16/33 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Several Mauser rifles is seen at the left. One of them, with a groove on the stock, seems to be a Vz.24 Czech Mauser, two more that appears to be shorter are possibly Vz.16/33 Czech Mausers.
Another view of these rifles.

Vz.98/29 Persian Mauser

A distinctive outlook of one of the Mauser rifles allows to identify it as a Czech produced Persian Mauser.

Persian Mauser 98/29 with bayonet - 7.92x57mm
One of the Mauser rifles in center (the one at the left, with a groove on stock and "ears" on front sight) seems to be a Persian Mauser.

Karamultuk Matchlock Musket

A karamultuk, typical Central Asian kind of Matchlock Musket, is used by hunter Said (Nurullo Abdullayev).

Central Asian Karamultuk ("Black Gun") Matchlock Musket
Said holds his gun. It has a relatively shorter barrel than typical guns of this kind.
Mir vashemu domu-Karamultuk-2.jpg
Said fires his karamultuk on mountain slopes to cause an avalanche that will fall on last Yusuf's men. In this scene he "fires" twice without reloading; of course, the gun doesn't fire on screen.
Another view of Said's gun.

Machine Guns

Degtyaryov DP-27 (visually modified to resemble Lewis)

Degtyaryov DP-27 machine guns, visually modified to resemble Lewis Gun, are seen in several scenes, used by Red Army men and by Basmachi, notably Yusuf-bek (Sharif Kabulov).

Degtyaryov DP-27 - 7.62x54mm R
Lewis Gun - .303 British
Red Army men of a "Steel" regiment fires a fake Lewis, M91 rifles and M38 carbines at Yusuf's Basmachi.
Another view of the same scene.
Yusuf-bek delivers weapons to Rustam-bek. A fake Lewis is seen at the left.
A fake Lewis among the weapons in Rustam-bek's camp.
The machine gun in Yusuf-bek's bedchamber.
Awakened Yusuf grabs the machine gun.
Yusuf fires the machine gun, leaning it on the fork of the tree.
Yusuf aims his weapon at wounded Rustam-bek and Kobrin.
Mir vashemu domu-DP-Lewis-9.jpg
Yusuf fires.

Maxim M1910/30

Red Army men use Maxim M1910/30 machine guns. Maxims are also seen in Rustam-bek's camp. Both early and post-1940 versions are seen; probably a single machine gun of each version was used during the filming.

Maxim 1910/30 - 7.62x54mmR
Maxim 1910/30, post 1940 manufacture with top hatch on cooling jacket - 7.62x54mmR
The new commander of "Steel" regiment Anvar Vakhidov (uncredited) fires a Maxim. This is a post-1940 version.
A close view of the barrel of this machine gun.
Red Army men fire a Maxim and M91 rifles at Basmachi.
Mikhail Kobrin (Nikolay Kochegarov), the former regiment commander, fires a pre-1940 Maxim.
One of the Maxims of the "Steel" regiment.
Mir vashemu domu-Maxim-6.jpg
Red Army men fire a Maxim.
A Maxim in Rustam-bek's camp.
One of Rustam-bek's Maxims is partially seen at the left.
Two M1910/30 Maxims and a fake Lewis gun are seen.

Other Weapons

F-1 Hand Grenade

The commandant of the staff of Red division (A. Kosivanov) carries several F-1 hand grenades.

F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
The commandant of the staff is armed to the teeth: a Nagant M1895, a Mauser C96 and several hand grenades.
Another view of the grenades on the belt of the commandant of the staff.



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