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The following weapons were used in the film T-34 (2018):
The Tokarev TT-33 pistol is seen as Nikolay Ivushkin's (Alexander Petrov) sidearm during the tank battle in Nefedovo.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
A dazed Nikolay (Alexander Petrov
) fires his TT-33 wildly at the crippled Panzer III.
The now-empty TT-33 as Nikolay exits the burning tank.
A Walther P38 is the standard sidearm of the German forces seen throughout the movie, including Standartenführer Klaus Jäger (Vinzenz Kiefer).
Another angle of the previous shot.
The pistol jams, with the warden removing its magazine and defective round. Here the slide is seen locked back.
Klaus threatens a prisoner with his drawn P38.
Klaus draws and fires his P38 at the fleeing T-34 tank.
The MP40 is used by Wehrmacht troops during the Eastern Front scenes. Waffen-SS troops are also seen with MP40s at the concentration camp and the tank training grounds.
MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm
German soldiers comb the Russian village, some carrying MP40s.
A SS camp guard carries his MP40.
Another guard carries his MP40 while observing the T-34-85 demonstration.
Sergeant Gabuliya uses a PPSh-41 during the defence of the village.
Sergeant Gabuliya takes cover with his slung PPSh-41.
Gabuliya fires his PPSh-41 at German infantry.
Czech vz. 24 Mauser
Volchok is seen acquiring a vz. 24 Czech Mauser, from an officer of the Gemeindepolizei, the municipal police forces of wartime Nazi Germany. It later becomes a Vz. 33 carbine instead in a continuity error.
Czech vz. 24 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
surrenders his issued Czech Vz. 24 to an amused Volchok. Here we can see it has a straight-bolt handle.
Volchok rests at the side of the tank with his vz. 24 (circled in red) while the rest of the crew indulges in their plunder of the town. Note the groove in the handguard.
Czech Vz. 33 carbine
In a continuity error, Nikolay is seen wielding a Czech Vz. 33 carbine instead.
Czech vz. 16/33 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Nikolay leaps off the turret with his Vz. 33 carbine clutched closely. Note the missing groove in the handguard as well as the shorter length of the rifle.
Nikolay raises his Vz. 33 at the climax of the movie. Note the bolt is now a turned-down version despite the fact it should be the same rifle acquired from the German police officer.
The Karabiner 98k is the main battle rifle of the German forces during WWII.
Karabiner 98k - German manufacture 1937 date - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A German soldier scans the village with his Karbiner 98k.
A 76.2×385mm R tank shell sails past a soldier's head. Here you can see the turned-down bolt handle of his Karabiner 98k.
Another German soldier races to re-chamber his Karbiner 98k in close-quarters combat.
Mosin Nagant M91/30
Several Soviet troops defending the village of Nefedovo carry the Mosin Nagant M91/30.
Mosin Nagant M91/30 rifle - 7.62x54mmR
Pvt. Vasechkin carries a slung M91/30 rifle over his back while helping the Sergeant push a decoy AT gun into place.
The rifle seen on his back with the dummy AT gun clearly made of wood in the background.
Russian machine gun teams uses a DP-28 to ambush German troops in the defence of Nefedovo.
Degtyaryov DP-28 - 7.62x54mm R
The iconic pan-magazine of a DP-28 can be seen.
The machine gun crew opens fire with their DP-28 in the ambush.
Makheev stares at an unpleasant surprise with his newly-loaded DP-28.
Another DP-28 machine gun team ambushes German soldiers from a makeshift pillbox.
Soviet T-34s are seen with mounted Degtyaryov DT machineguns.
DT machine gun - 7.62x54mm R
The DT machine gun manned by Ganya can be seen in its hull mount.
The rear of the DT machine gun can be seen in an elaborate slow-motion sequence of shrapnel bouncing inside a penetrated tank.
German Panzers have MG34 machine guns mounted coaxially with the turrets and hull mounts.
MG34 Panzerlauf - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The Panzer III's coaxial MG34 fires at the fleeing truck.
A close-up of the Panzer III's coaxial MG34.
The MG42 is seen mounted on several Sd.Kfz. 251 half-tracks.
A half-track's MG42 opens fire on the T-34-85 as it rolls outside of the training grounds.
The MG42 continues to shoot at the rampaging T-34.
The abandoned MG42 as the T-34 continues past the half-track. It livery spells (in Russian Cyrillic) "МОСКВА" - "MOSCOW"
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
Several Model 24 Stielhandgranate are used by German soldiers throughout the film.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" high-explosive fragmentation hand grenade
A German soldier primes a M24 grenade in the village assault.
A dropped M24 grenade in the mud.
SS soldiers hastily grab M24 grenades from a container during the T-34's rampage through the training camp.
RGD-33 Stick Grenade
A bundled string of RGD-33 stick grenades is seen used by Soviet soldiers as improvised anti-tank weapons against German panzers.
RGD-33 high-explosive fragmentation stick grenade, shown with the diamond-patterned fragmentation sleeve.
The bundle of RGD-33 stick grenades resembling a "Geballte Ladung" setup is seen next to a fatally-wounded Gabuliya.
The loose bundle is thrown and manages to wrap itself around the barrel of a Panzer III.
F-1 hand grenade
Demyan Volchok (Anton Bogdanov) is given a F-1 hand grenade to take out an enemy Panther tank during the town battle, yet another piece of vital equipment the Germans had neglected to remove from the former crew of the T-34-85.
F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation Hand Grenade
Nikolay entrusts a F-1 grenade to Volchok.
Volchok struggles with the commander of Rosamunde
with the F-1 in hand.
7.5 cm Pak 40
Waffen-SS soldiers at the training grounds use a 7.5 cm Pak 40 anti-tank gun in an attempt to stop the rampaging T-34-85.
7.5 cm Pak 40 anti-tank gun - 75x714mmR
SS artillerymen attempt to rotate a Pak 40 to face the T-34.
8.8cm FlaK 36
An 8.8cm FlaK 36 divisional anti-tank cannon is used at a roadblock to prevent the escape of the T-34-85.
A FlaK 36 fires a 88mm shell in slow-mo sequence.
Granatwerfer 34 Mortar
German troops are seen using Granatwerfer 34 Mortars during the assault on Nefedovo.
8-cm Granatwerfer 34 (GrW 34)
A German mortar pit fires several rounds of HE from their Granatwerfer 34 mortars to saturate the Russian village.
A SS officer uses a Leuchtpistole flare gun at the training facility. .
A SS officer fires a flare from his Leuchtpistole to signal the start of the war games.
A German soldier is seen using an unidentified flamethrower during the village battle. It is likely a functional mockup loosely based on the Flammenwerfer 41.
A German soldier in the middle of the squad carries the flamethrower while clearing the village.
A German soldier fires his flamethrower into the shed.
T-34-76 Model 1941
In the first act of the movie, Nikolay and his crew operates a late-1941 version of the T-34-76, armed with the M1940 F-34 76mm gun. It would have had two mounted Degtyaryov DT machine guns, one mounted coaxially and one hull machine gun.
The T-34-76 in forest winter camo backs out from its previous haystack concealment, firing it's hull-mounted DT machinegun.
The T-34 seen through the gunsight of a Panzer III.
The T-34 takes a glancing shot to its front plate from a 50mm round. The livery spells (in Russian Cyrillic) "БЕСПОЩАДНЫЙ" - "MERCILESS/UNMERCIFUL"
The second act of the movie features a T-34-85 captured by the Germans and later given to the Russian crew to participate in their war games. It would have the ZiS-S-53 85mm cannon along with two Degtyaryov DT machineguns, one mounted coaxially and one hull machine gun, but none are fired due to the Germans removing any available ammunition from their mounts after they had captured it earlier.
The battle-worn T-34-85 is unveiled to the tankers. It is missing its driver's hatch; a possible penetration point for this defeated tank since no other damage was seen during the tank's refurbishment.
The newly-repaired and painted T-34-85 is brought out for a test run to the background tune of Swan Lake
The T-34-85 rolling out of the woods, with livery visible. It spells (in Russian Cyrillic) "МОСКВА" - "MOSCOW"
Panther Ausf. D
Several Panther tanks are first seen in tank training facility in 1944. Klaus Jäger later takes command of one of these tanks and installs a Sperber ("Sparrow") FG 1250 infra-red nightvision device in preparation for night combat. Behind-the-scenes reveal that they are in fact mockups, based off the chassis of T-55 tanks.
Panthers and their cadet crews are seen assembled for their pre-training briefing, "Rosamunde
" being the foremost one.
Several Panthers enter the training field after the match commences. The painted insignia suggests they are part of the 12th SS Panzer Division.
Klaus commands Panther No. 111 to move through the town. Note the "Sparrow" nightvision equipment installed on commander's cupola.
Klaus' Panther (sans "Sparrow" nightvision device) parks at the end of the town's bridge, awaiting its challenge.
Several Panzer II light tanks are present in the assault on Nefedovo supporting their Panzer III medium tanks. It would have a 20mm gun as well as MG34 Panzerlauf machine guns mounted in the turret.
A Panzer II breaks off from the column to assist the III's in engaging a suspected Russian AT gun.
Klaus Jäger commands a Panzer III Ausf. H nicknamed "Dietrich" during the Battle of Moscow. It can be identified as such due to the 5 cm KwK 38 gun and earlier model turret resembling the early Panzer IVs. Several other Panzer III medium tanks, possibly L or M variants (due to the extra armour plates) are present in the village battle supporting the German infantry advance.
The Panzer III as a Soviet truck races beyond its mounted MG34s arc of fire.
Klaus and his Pz. III Ausf. H ,"Dietrich
" parked at the staging area before the assault on the village.
Several Panzer IIIs followed by a Panzer II move to engage the (dummy) Soviet AT gun.
Panzer IV Ausf. H
A single Panzer IV H medium tank is seen parked at the tank training ground during the demonstration of the repaired T-34-85. It is probably a mockup due to the wider chassis and different track configuration.
The T-34 faces its German counterpart, the Pz. IV.