Shot in the Back (Vystrel v spinu)
Shot in the Back (a direct translation of original title Vystrel v spinu) is a Soviet 1980 (filmed 1979) detective movie directed by Vladimir Chebotaryov and based on the novel by Nikolai Leonov. A well known novelist is murdered. There is a suspect, but his guilt cannot be proven until a murder weapon is found.
The following weapons were used in the film Shot in the Back (Vystrel v spinu):
Detective of Moscow Ugolovny Rozysk (criminal police) Nikolay Ivanovich Gurov (Lev Prygunov) carries a Makarov PM pistol in shoulder holster ("operative holster" was an official term of Soviet law enforcement services).
A Walther P38 is a murder weapon.