Peculiarities of the National Hunt (Osobennosti natsionalnoy okhoty)

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Osobennosti natsionalnoy okhoty
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Directed by Aleksandr Rogozhkin
Release Date 1995
Language Russian
Finnish
French
German
English
Studio Lenfilm
Roskomkino
Main Cast
Character Actor
Raivo Ville Haapasalo
Kuzmich Viktor Bychkov
Sergei Olegovich Sergei Russkin
General Aleksey Buldakov
Lyova Soloveychik Semyon Strugachyov
Kachalov Sergey Kupriyanov
Semyonov Sergei Guslinsky
Khariton Igor Dobryakov
Count Igor Sergeev
Jaeger Yury Makusinsky



Peculiarities of the National Hunt (Osobennosti natsionalnoy okhoty; Russian: Особенности национальной охоты) is a 1995 (filmed 1994) Russian comedy movie. A young Finn man, Raivo, who studies Russian traditions and customs, is inspired by stories of traditional Russian hunting, and persuades his Russian friend to take him to a real Russian hunt. He does not mind and takes the Finn with him to the company of the hunters under the leadership of General Ivolgin.

The path lies on a distant forest cordon. Already at the beginning of the preparations, Raivo suspects something is amiss - in addition to hunting equipment, new comrades are loaded onto a longboat delivering them to the cordon, a lot of vodka.


The following weapons were used in the film Peculiarities of the National Hunt (Osobennosti natsionalnoy okhoty):

Contents


Pistols

Makarov PM

Police officer (Sergei Guslinsky) and General Ivolgin (Aleksey Buldakov) uses Makarov PM pistol for shooting to glass bottles. Lyova Soloveychik (Semyon Strugachyov) also used this gun in the one scene. A policeman also subsequently uses the PM on the hunt.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
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Soloveychik holds the PM, hiding in the lake from a dynamite explosion.

OSP-30 Flare Pistol

Kachalov (Sergey Kupriyanov) uses the OSP-30 Flare Pistol in one scene.

Russian OSP-30 Flare Pistol - 26.5mm
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Shotguns

Remington 870 Field Gun

Sergei Olegovich (Sergei Russkin) carries a Remington 870 Field Gun.

Remington 870 Express Field Gun with raised barrel ribbing and shortened barrel - 12 gauge
Sergei holds a shotgun, in completely drunk condition.
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Baikal IZH-43

Raivo (Ville Haapasalo) carries the Baikal IZH-43. Kuzmich's shotgun in the continuity error switches to IZH-43 while hunting on the river.

Baikal IZh-43/Remington Spartan (SPR220) commercial hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
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Kuzmich fires the IZh-43.

Double Barreled Shotgun

Kuzmich (Viktor Bychkov) carries the Double Barreled Shotgun with exposed hammers. Lyova Soloveychik (Semyon Strugachyov) uses it one scene.

TOZ-BM, an improved version of TOZ-B - 16 gauge
Soloveychik fires the shotgun.
Kuzmich checks his shotgun.

TOZ-34

Lyova Soloveychik (Semyon Strugachyov) and Kachalov (Sergey Kupriyanov) carries the TOZ-34 O/U Shotguns.

TOZ-34 - 12 gauge
Close view to Soloveychik's shotgun receiver.
Soloveychik fires shotgun on the hunt.
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Kachalov carries the TOZ-34.
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Rifles

Izhmash Los-4

General Ivolgin (Aleksey Buldakov) carried the Izhmash Los-4 rifle with sniper scope.

Los-4 hunting rifle - 7.62х51mm
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