|The Master of Taiga (Khozyain taygi)
Original Theatrical Poster
The Master of Taiga (Khozyain taygi) is a Soviet 1969 (filmed 1968) adventure detective movie directed by Vladimir Nazarov and based on the story "Vlast taigi" ("The Power of Taiga") by Boris Mozhayev. Militsia officer Vasiliy Fokich Seryozhkin (Valeriy Zolotukhin), a local inspector in a Siberian village, investigates a theft in a general store. Soon a member of a team of timber raftsmen confesses in the crime. But Seryozhkin isn't sure that the case is closed. He suspects that the real person behind the crime is the foreman of raftsmen, Ivan Ryaboy (Vladimir Vysotskiy).
The following weapons were used in the film The Master of Taiga (Khozyain taygi):
A TT-33 pistol is a service weapon of Starshina Vasiliy Fokich Seryozhkin (Valeriy Zolotukhin).
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Seryozhkin carries his TT in holster.
Seryozhkin cocks his TT. Note that the chamber is empty.
Seryozhkin holds the pistol.
Seryozhkin confronts Ivan Ryaboy who tries to escape by diving in river.
Seryozhkin confronts Nikolay Noskov when the latter poaches.
Double Barreled Shotgun
The director of the general store Nikolay Noskov (Dmitriy Masanov) is seen with a Double Barrel Shotgun.
Noskov loads the shotgun.
Seryozhkin confiscates Noskov's shotgun and disassembles it.