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The Arbiter (Arbitr)
Arbitr DVD.jpg
DVD Cover
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Ivan Okhlobystin
Release Date 1992
Language Russian
Studio Inkom-Film Studios
Krug Studios
Distributor Mosfilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Andrei Ivan Okhlobystin
"The Arbiter" Aleksandr Solovyov
Vladimir Ivanovich Rolan Bykov
Roma Fyodor Bondarchuk

The Arbiter (original title Arbitr) is a 1992 Russian detective thriller directed by Ivan Okhlobystin and starring himself as a rookie but ambitious Ugolovny Rozysk (criminal police) detective who hunts for a mysterious vigilante known as "The Arbiter".

The following weapons were used in the film The Arbiter (Arbitr):



Luger P08

A Luger P08 is Andrei's (Ivan Okhlobystin) personal firearm. In one scene it is seen in hands of his wife Anna (Alyona Khmelnitskaya).

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
Anna is playing a dangerous game with her husband's pistol.
Andrei takes the pistol from Anna.
Andrei holds a P08 in the climactic scene.

Walther P38

Another pistol, used by Andrei (Ivan Okhlobystin), is a Walther P38. P38s are also used by Vladimir Ivanovich (Rolan Bykov) and "The Arbiter" (Aleksandr Solovyov).

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
Andrei dual-weilds a P38 and a P08 in the opening scene.
Vladimir Ivanovich fires a P38 during the shootout with an AK-armed criminal.
The suppressed crome plated P38 is seen in "The Arbiter"'s case. This is possibly the same crome plated P38, seen in Piraty_XX_veka.
One of Andrei's men holds the P38.
"The Arbiter" fires a suppressed P38 from the car.
"The Arbiter" holds a discharged P38 in the final scene.

Tokarev TT-33

During the shootout in abandoned workshop Vladimir Ivanovich's (Rolan Bykov) Walther P38 switches to a TT-33 in a continuity error. In the same scene "The Arbiter" (Aleksandr Solovyov) also carries a TT.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Vladimir Ivanovich fires his TT.
Vladimir Ivanovich holds "The Arbiter"'s girlfriend (Kseniya Kachalina) as a hostage.
"The Arbiter" holds a TT. The slide serration is of pre-1947 model.

Mauser C96

During the shootout in abandoned workshop one of Andrei's men is armed with a Mauser C96.

Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser
The man holds his Mauser.
He drops the pistol, being shot.

FN Model 1905

Roma (Fyodor Bondarchuk) carries a pocket pistol as a backup weapon. It appears to be a FN Model 1905 or some of its numerous clones of Spanish Eibar origin (the shape of the front side of the frame differs a little from the original FN pistol).

FN Model 1905 - .25 ACP
Roma checks his pistol before the mission.

Submachine Guns


During the shootout in abandoned workshop Roma (Fyodor Bondarchuk) carries an MP40 that he calls his father's wartime trophy.

MP40 - 9x19mm
Roma fires the MP40.
Roma holds the MP40 after the shootout.


Sawed-off Double Barreled Shotgun

"The Arbiter" (Aleksandr Solovyov) uses a double barrelled sawed-off shotgun during the shootout in abandoned workshop. Most likely this shotgun is a sawed-off TOZ-63 or TOZ-66.

"The Arbiter" fires his shotgun.

Assault Rifles


A suppressed AKS-74U is used by "The Arbiter" (Aleksandr Solovyov) during the shootout in abandoned workshop. The suppressor appears to be not a mockup, as it is common in movies, but a real PBS.

AKS-74UB - 5.45x39mm
"The Arbiter"'s AKS-74U lies over a case.
"The Arbiter" holds his AKS-74U.


An AKM is used by a criminal during the shootout with Andrei and Vladimir Ivanovich.

AKM, Stamped Steel Receiver w/ slant muzzle brake - 7.62x39mm
An AKM is seen next to the body of a shot criminal.

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