Spring Conscription (Vesenniy prizyv)

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Spring Conscription (Vesenniy prizyv)
Vesenniy prizyv Poster.jpg
Poster
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Pavel Lyubimov
Release Date 1977
Language Russian
Studio Gorkiy Film Studio
Main Cast
Character Actor
Sgt. Karpenko Aleksandr Fatyushin
Pvt. Alik Polukhin Igor Kostolevskiy
Irina Anna Kamenkova
Pvt. Volynets Aleksandr Postnikov
Pvt. Sergey Konov Viktor Proskurin
Sr. Lieutenant, company commander Boris Morozov
Pvt. Bordukov Mikhail Bychkov


Spring Conscription (a direct translation of original title Vesenniy prizyv) is a Soviet 1977 (filmed 1976) movie directed by Pavel Lyubimov. A group of conscripts of Soviet Army comprehend the military service under the command of seasoned Sgt. Karpenko.


The following weapons were used in the film Spring Conscription (Vesenniy prizyv):

Contents


Assault Rifles

AK-74

In most scene Soviet Army soldiers are armed with AK-74 assault rifles, brand new for 1976. Possibly it's the first appearance of AK-74 on screen.

AK-74 - 5.45x39mm
Soldiers with AK-74s in a lorry.
Soldiers leave the lorry, holding their AK-74s. In next scene the unit carries AKMs instead of AK-74s (see below).
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AK-74s are seen while the unit is on rest.
The unit on march. Soldiers carry AK-74s and 6Kh4 bayonets in scabbards (these bayonets were issued for both AKM and AK-74).
Another view of the scene.
The barrel of Sgt. Karpenko's (Aleksandr Fatyushin) AK-74.
A full view of Sgt. Karpenko's AK-74. Next moment his AK-74 switches to AKM.
Soldiers march with AK-74s and an RPG-7.
Pvt. Volynets (Aleksandr Postnikov) holds an AK-74 during the ceremony of military oath.

AKM

In several scenes soldiers carry AKMs instead of AK-74s. Some are fitted with orange bakelite magazines.

AKM - 7.62x39mm
When the soldiers help to pull a car out of the water, AK-74s, seen in previous scene, switch to AKMs.
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The same scene. Most soldiers carry AKMs with orange plastic magazines.
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In the scene on training ground Pvt. Alik Polukhin (Igor Kostolevskiy) holds an AKM, fitted with blank firing adapter.
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Polukhin holds the AKM on shooting range.
Sgt. Karpenko's (Aleksandr Fatyushin) AK-74, seen in previous moment, switches to an AKM.
Another view of Karpenko's AKM.

Other Weapons

RPG-7

An RPG-7 is seen in one scene.

RPG-7 - 40mm
A soldier at far left carries an RPG-7.
The barrel of RPG-7 with folded front sight is seen at the right.

Trivia

Holsters

Soviet Army officers carry Makarov PM holsters. These holsters appear to be empty.

A Captain (Vadim Kondratev) at the right carries a definitly empty PM holster.
Company commander Sr. Lt. (Boris Morozov) carries a definitly empty PM holster. A soldier next to him carries a perfectly seen 6Kh4 bayonet in scabbard.

Armour

BMP-1 AIFVs are seen in several scenes.

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BMP-1 on training ground.
Two BMP-1 are seen at the background.



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