Russia 88

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Russia 88
Russia 88 poster.jpg
English poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Pavel Bardin
Release Date 2009
Language Russian
German
Studio 2Plan2
Main Cast
Character Actor
"Blade" Pyotr Fyodorov
Eduard Mikhail Polyakov
"Blade"'s Father Aleksandr Makarov
Yulya Vera Strokova
Robert Kazbek Kibizov
Kliment Klimentevich Archibald Archibaldovich
Militiaman Pyotr Barancheev
The politician Andrey Merzlikin
"Pork" Mikhail Pavlik
Marta Marina Oryol


Russia 88 (Россия 88; Rossiya 88) is a 2009 Russian drama movie about the everyday life of a Russian Neo-Nazi skinheads gang under the leadership of a man named "Blade" (Russian Shtyk: Штык), a cruel and fanatic pro-Hitlerist.


The following weapons were used in the film Russia 88:

Contents


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Handguns

TT-33

Kliment Klimentyevich (Archibald Archibaldovich) presents a TT-33 pistol to "Blade" (Pyotr Fyodorov), who uses it several times. At one moment, Blade's sister Yulya (Vera Strokova) fires it.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Post-1947 version. Tula Arsenal (Soviet Union) Note CCCP printing around the star on the plastic grips
"Blade" examines the pistol
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Note the hammer shape.
From left to right: unnamed skinhead and Kliment Klimentevich with their Saiga-12Ks, "Blade" with the TT, "Pork" with the MP-153. This is from a deleted scene.
The pistol lying on the table.
Note the mag shape.
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"Blade" draws his TT...
...and charges it.
"Blade" puts the gun's barrel into his mouth.
The trigger guard can be seen.

Nagant M1895

Robert's brother (Georgiy Totibadze) fires a Nagant M1895 while fighting with "Blade"'s Neo-Nazis.

Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38N cartridge (aka 7.62 Nagant ammo). This example was dated 1939 manufacture and was a war time issued weapon. Note the angular front sight which was used from the 1930s.
Robert's brother aims his Nagant. Note the ejector rod position.
Slightly better view of the Nagant.
Robert's brother brandishes his Nagant after firing it.
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Makarov PM

A holstered Makarov PM can be seen carried by a police officer (Dmitriy Bolysov) near the Cherkizovskiy Market. A schematic showing how to disassemble a Makarov PM can be seen in the Neo-Nazi's base.

Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
The police officer with the holstered PM. Only the grip can be seen.
A schematic showing how to disassemble and reassemble a PM can be seen at the right.
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Shotguns

Saiga-12K

Numerous Neo-Nazi thugs uses Saiga-12Ks during training.

Saiga-12K - 12 gauge
A man with the gun in the background, center.
A man at the left holds the gun.
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Buttstock can be seen.
Kliment Klimentevich (at the left) runs, Saiga in hands, "Blade" holds the TT at the left. This is from a deleted scene.
The skinhead holds the Saiga after firing it. This is from a deleted scene.
Kliment Klimentevich holds the Saiga. This is from a deleted scene.
The unnamed skinhead (at the left) and Kliment Klimentevich with the Saiga-12Ks.
From left to right: unnamed skinhead and Kliment Klimentevich with their Saiga-12Ks, "Blade" with the TT, "Pork" with the MP-153.

Baikal MP-153

A Baikal MP-153 can be seen hanging on a tent at the Neo-Nazi's training camp. A Neo-Nazi, named "Pork", (Mikhail Pavlik) holds it in a deleted scene.

MP-153 shotgun with synthetic furniture - 12 Gauge
The shotgun is pointed by the red arrow.
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"Pork" (in the background, right) fires the shotgun. A Neo-Nazi at the left fires the Saiga. This is from a deleted scene.
"Pork" (far right) holds the shotgun. This is from a deleted scene.
Closer view.
A slightly different view.
The shotgun is seen slightly better.
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From left to right: unnamed skinhead and Kliment Klimentevich with their Saiga-12Ks, "Blade" with the TT, "Pork" with the MP-153.

Trivia

Movie posters with guns

In the room of Neo-Nazi Eduard (Mikhail Polyakov), a poster for Scarface can be seen hanging on the wall.

Scarface poster can be seen at the right. Note, that this shot is mirrored.
Original poster for comparison.

A poster with Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta in Pulp Fiction can also be seen in Eduard's room

A poster can be seen at the upper left. Note that this shot is mirrored.

Stencil

Neo-Nazi Misha (Uncredited) makes a stencil with a generic AK-style rifle.

Type I AK-47, hybrid stamped/milled receiver with prototype slab sided magazine - 7.62x39mm. While it was intended for the AK to use all stamped parts for cost reasons, the Soviet metalworking industry was simply not ready to do this at the time, and the high rejection rate of the early stamped AK receivers led to a switch to milling that lasted until the introduction of the AKM.
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Movie scene

During a scene from an unknown animated movie seen on the TV, futuristic machine guns can be seen mounted on tanks.

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