|The Little Bee (Pchyolka)
The Little Bee (Pchyolka) is a 1993 Russian crime drama directed by Aleksandr Sorokin. Andrey (Evgeniy Stychkin) falls in love with Elizaveta, nicknamed "Pchyolka" (Tatyana Dogileva) who is the wife of a counterfeiter "Sedoy" (Eduard Martsevich). The love affair soon turns deadly.
The following weapons were used in the film The Little Bee (Pchyolka):
Makarov PM pistols are used by the guards and executioners in prison, notably Starshina (Sgt. Maj.) Stas (Aleksandr Rusnak), Andrey's friend.
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
A close view of a PM in hands of a Praporshchik
puts the muzzle of his PM in mouth of sleeping Stas as a bad practical joke.
An officer of prison guard carries a PM holster.
Stas, performing duties of executioner, readies his pistol.
Stas is in confusion when he finds out that the person, sentenced to death, is his friend.
Percussion Cap Pistol
Percussion Cap Pistols, stolen from a museum, are used during the duel between Andrey (Evgeniy Stychkin) and "Sedoy" (Eduard Martsevich).
Modern replica of Lepage percussion dueling pistol.
Three (of four stolen) pistols are seen in museum showcase.
Andrey cleans a pistol, another one is seen on the table.
Andrey forces his friend Stas (Aleksandr Rusnak
) to ring the doorbell of the apartment of "Sedoy" to call him to duel.
During the duel genuine pistols, seen in previous scenes, are replaced with non-firing replicas.
...and fires. Note that the hammer of his pistol is positioned on the left side of the barrel (which is incorrect) and remains immobile.
Another view of "Sedoy"'s pistol.
Vasiliy (Anatoliy Ravikovich) uses an Sa.26 submachine gun during the attack on prisoner transport car to release "Sedoy".
Czech Sa.26 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm
Vasiliy holds his gun after the shootout.
A closer view of the submachine gun. The forward slant of the magazine allows to differ 7.62mm Sa.26 from 9mm Sa.25.
One more view of the Sa.26.
The guards of prisoner transport car are armed with AKMS.
A guard with AKMS in hand appears from the cabin of the car...
...only to be shot by Vasiliy.
Another guard is also killed.
Prison guards are armed with AKS-74U.
A prison guard carries an AKS-74U.
An AKS-74U is seen on the table.
The barrel of AKS-74U is seen on the table (at the foreground).
Prison guards carry AKS-74U.
of prison guard holds AKS-74U.
Andrey (Evgeniy Stychkin) uses a PK machine gun during the attack on prisoner transport car.
PK Machine Gun, note the larger curved gas block and the thicker fluted barrel that was found on the original weapon - 7.62x54mm R
Andrey holds the PK before the attack. Note the fluted barrel that differs PK from later PKM.
Andrey fires at the guards.
A closeup of the receiver.
Despaired Andrey goes towards the special unit troopers, firing blindly and not trying to escape.
Several different toy guns are seen in the movie.
Criminal "Lysiy" (Anatoliy Mambetov
) points a toy gun at Elizaveta. This "weapon" doesn't match any real pistol but bears some resemblance with target .22 caliber pistols with heavy barrels.
Another view of "Lysiy"'s pistol.
Andrey (Evgeniy Stychkin
) and "Pchyolka" (Tatyana Dogileva) hold toy guns (possibly water pistols) during the rest at the seaside resort. Andrey's pistol distantly resembles a Beretta 92F
while "Pchyolka"'s pistol resembles a Umarex GPDA