TOZ .22 Caliber Rifle Series

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The Russian company Tulsky Oruzheiny Zavod (TOZ) manufactured .22 caliber bolt action rifles from 1920s until present days. Early models were intended for basic shooting training but they quickly became popular among hunters. The most widely produced models are single shot TOZ-7, TOZ-8 (more than one million produced) and TOZ-12, and magazine TOZ-17 and TOZ-18. In modern days TOZ produced TOZ-78 model.


The TOZ .22 Caliber Rifles and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:

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TOZ-1

A drawing of TOZ-1 - .22LR

Single-shot TOZ-1 rifle was designed in 1927 by V. Selivanov and Ya. Kanevsky. TOZ-1s were used in late 1920s - early 1930s for basic shooting training, until replaced with improved TOZ-7 and TOZ-8 rifles.

Specifications

(1927 - late 1920s)

  • Type: Bolt Action Rifle
  • Weight: 5.3 lbs (2.4 kg)
  • Length: ????
  • Barrel length: ????
  • Caliber(s): .22 LR
  • Feed system: Single Shot

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
Sniper Trainees on shooting range 1931
Nail in the Boot (Gvozd v sapoge) A group of Soviet youth 1932


TOZ-8

TOZ-8 - .22LR
TOZ-8 - .22LR

Single shot TOZ-8 was designed in 1932 by D. Kochetov. It was the main basic shooting training rifle in USSR in 1930s. TOZ-8 became a base for several improved rifles: 5-shot TOZ-9, and single shot TOZ-12 and TOZ-16.

Specifications

(1932 - mid-1950s)

  • Type: Bolt Action Rifle
  • Weight: 6.6 lbs (3 kg) - 8.8 lbs (4 kg)
  • Length: ????
  • Barrel length: 23.6 in (60 cm) - 25.2 in (64 cm)
  • Caliber(s): .22 LR
  • Feed system: Single Shot

Film

Title Actor Character Notes Year
Revolt of the Fishermen (Vosstaniye rybakov) Daniil Vvedenskiy A fisherman 1934
Aleksei Dikij Kedenek
Fishermen
Alamases's Gorge (Ushchelye Alamasov) Daniil Sagal Dyndyp 1937
Aleksandra Popova Granya Steblina
Nikolay Poplavsky Krylatkin
Soviet-Mongolian explorer
The Mirror (Zerkalo) Ignat Daniltsev Alexei 1975
Yuriy Nazarov Shirokov (Military Instructor)
uncredited Asafiev
Markov
Assistant Military Instructor
Students

Television

Title Actor Character Notes Year
Mirage Regimantas Adomaitis Frank Morgan With PSO-1 scope 1983
Ints Burans Ed Black


TOZ-11

TOZ-11 - .22LR

TOZ-11 is a magazine hunting rifle, based on TOZ-8. It was designed in 1946 and produced for a decade.

Specifications

(1946 - 1957)

  • Type: Bolt Action Rifle
  • Weight: 4.3 lbs (2 kg) - 5.1 lbs (2.3 kg)
  • Length: 39.4 in (100 cm)
  • Barrel length: 19.8 in (50.2 cm)
  • Caliber(s): .22 LR
  • Feed system: 10-shot box magazine or Single Shot (TOZ-11 Mod.2)

Film

Title Actor Character Notes Year
Treasures of the Flaming Cliffs (Sokrovishcha pylayushchikh skal) Valery Panarin A mercenary sniper Fitted with fake box magazine, Cutts compensator and sniper scope 1969


TOZ-17/18

TOZ-17 and TOZ-18 - .22 LR

TOZ-17 is a 5-shot .22 caliber rifle, designed in late 1950s and based on single shot TOZ-16. TOZ-18 is a version of TOZ-17, fitted with sniper scope. Generally both models are the same rifle.

Specifications

(1957 - ????)

  • Type: Bolt Action Rifle
  • Weight: 6 lbs (2.7 kg) (TOZ-17), 6.6 lbs (3 kg) (TOZ-18)
  • Length: ????
  • Barrel length: 21.1 in (53.6 cm)
  • Caliber(s): .22 LR
  • Feed system: 5-shot box magazine

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
Cold Summer of 1953 (Kholodnoe leto pyatdesyat tretego) Sergey Vlasov Vityok 1987
Ricochet (Rikoshet) Andrey Sokolov Arseny With sniper scope 1997
Aristarkh Livanov "Psychologist"
I Am a Dummy (Ya - kukla) Olga Sumskaya Gerda With sniper scope 2001
Aleksandr Domogarov Viktor Vorobyov


TOZ-78

TOZ 78-01 - .22LR

TOZ-78 is an improved version of TOZ-17/18, designed in late 1980s.

Specifications

(1987 - Present)

  • Type: Bolt Action Rifle
  • Weight: 6 lbs (2.7 kg) - 6.6 lbs (3 kg)
  • Length: 39.4 in (100 cm)
  • Barrel length: 21.1 in (53.6 cm)
  • Caliber(s): .22 LR
  • Feed system: 5- or 10-shot box magazine

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
D-Day (Den'D) An assassin TOZ-78-01 2008


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