Topi

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Topi
Topi Poster.jpg
Poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Language Russian
English
Creator Vladimir Mirzoev
Dmitry Glukhovsky
Broadcast 2021
No. of Seasons 1
No. of Episodes 7
Main Cast
Character Actor
Denis Titov Ivan Yankovskiy
Maxim Koltsov Tikhon Zhiznevskiy
Sonya Gromkovskaya Anastasiya Krylova
Elya Musaeva Sofya Volodchinskaya
Katya Lebyadkina Katerina Shpitsa
Vitaly Alyabyev/Owner Maksim Sukhanov
Arina/Arina's mother Veronika Mohireva
Officer Kozlov Alexander Doronin
Anna Petrovna Tatyana Vladimirova



Topi is a 2021 Russian mystical TV series, written by Dmitry Glukhovsky. The plot revolves around a group of young people from Moscow who, for various personal reasons, go to a monastery located near the village of Topi in the Arkhangelsk region. Upon arrival, the characters notice the strange behavior of the residents and soon become embroiled in local mysteries and secrets when one of them goes missing.

The series premiered on January 28, 2021 on the KinoPoisk HD video service.

The following weapons were used in the television series Topi:


Contents


SPOILERS.jpg WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!


Pistols

Roer Lighter 1808

In "Transfiguration" (S1E05), Liza, Sonya's sister (Marina Vasilyeva), takes a Roer Lighter 1808 from a shelf in the monastery and jokingly aims at her sister, after which she shows that it is just a lighter and puts it back.

A Roer Lighter 1808 replica.
Liza is aiming her gun...
...but Sonya is not impressed with such a joke.
Liza lights the gun. Note the trigger guard, the pin right in front of the guard, the distinctive square-ish pan and the engraving on the octagonal barrel confirming it as a Roer lighter. Also, this model is available on the Russian market.

Makarov PM

Local district police officer Kozlov (Alexander Doronin) carries a service Makarov PM in a holster. It is first seen when he takes Maxim and Sonya out of the trapping pit in "Resurrection" (S1E03). In "Frenzy" (S1E04) holstered Makarov is seen again when Kozlov and Maxim decide to go talk to the convicts. Hallucinations created by the Owner (former allies of Burnt or Daoud's men) are armed with PM pistols during the shootout with Burnt in "Transfiguration" (S1E05). Due to a continuity error, Burnt's APS changes to Makarov PM as he runs through the village, firing back at the attackers. After driving Maxim and Sonya's car into a dead-end in "Redemption" (S1E07), Kozlov gets out of the police car, chambers his gun, and orders Maxim to get out at gunpoint. But by order of the Owner, he lowers it.

Makarov PM with black grips - 9x18mm Makarov
The pistol holster is seen when Kozlov saves Maxim and Sonya in "Resurrection" (S1E03).
The holstered Makarov is seen when Kozlov leaves the house in "Frenzy" (S1E04).
Kozlov chambers his gun after the car chase in "Redemption" (S1E07).
He takes Maxim at gunpoint through the windshield.
Officer Kozlov (Alexander Doronin) points the Makarov PM at Maxim.
Kozlov waits for the end of negotiations at his car.
At this moment, it is seen that Kozlov's pistol has a black grip.
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Two shooters with barely visible pistols exchange fire with Burnt in the hallway of the school in "Transfiguration" (S1E05).
One of the attackers shows up in the doorway with a gun, but the Burnt starts shooting.
Burnt's PM can be seen when he crawls under the fence and is briefly caught in the spotlight of a helicopter.
He rejoices, brandishing a gun because he thinks that his comrades-in-arms came to save him.
After being shot, Burnt hides behind the car, asking Arina from which direction the enemy is approaching.
He falls to the ground dead, once again being shot by the Owner. In this scene, his PM is fitted with a threaded barrel.

Stechkin APS

Elya's fiancé Daoud (Vadim Tsallati) carries a Stechkin APS in a holster during a fight with her boyfriend in "Introduction" (S1E01). Elya (Sofya Volodchinskaya) pulls out the gun and shoots him, after which runs away, taking the gun. At the end of the episode, Elya, awakened by the train conductor, takes out a gun from under the pillow. In "Resurrection" (S1E03), Elya threatens a former prisoner Renat Izmailov aka Chuchundra (Anton Makukha) whom she meets in the woods. Following the prisoner to his house, Elya meets another armed convict named Pyotr Kuskov aka Khor (Dmitry Glazachev). At the end of the episode, the girl loses her gun during an attack by a wild dog in an abandoned school. In "Frenzy" (S1E04), it is revealed that Elya's kidnapper is a veteran of the Chechen war nicknamed Burnt (Kirill Polukhin), he takes her gun and uses it in subsequent episodes. In "Transfiguration" (S1E05), Burnt uses the gun during a shootout with his phantom comrades-in-arms, who are actually a hallucination caused by the Owner. When the gunfight moves from the school to the street, the gun is mistakenly changed to Makarov PM.

Stechkin APS - 9x18mm Makarov
Elya shoots her fiancé Daud with his own pistol in "Introduction" (S1E01).
After the shot, Elya (Sofya Volodchinskaya) is in severe shock.
In the train compartment, Elya pulls out the gun from under the pillow, frightened by the train conductor who offered dinner.
In "Resurrection" (S1E03) she points the gun at Chuchundra (Anton Makukha) who pulled out the knife.
Scared woman with the APS in her hands after a forest chase.
She also takes aim at the second criminal nicknamed Khor.
Close-up of Elya's APS.
The gun falls to the floor when Elya is attacked by a dog.
In "Frenzy" (S1E04) Burnt (Kirill Polukhin) examines the gun with which Elya came to his house, making it clear that nothing good awaits her.
Hiding Burnt chambers the APS when Kozlov's car passes by in "Transfiguration" (S1E05).
The gun is in the hands of Burnt.
He uses Elya as a human shield, holding the APS to her head, when the imaginary enemies infiltrate the school building.
During the shot, it becomes clear that this is a blank fire pistol.
Trapped in one of the classrooms, he overturns the desk and uses it as a cover.
The gun is last seen in the hands of a fallen Burnt, stunned by Elya with a plank. After this scene, due to a continuity error, the pistol is replaced with a PM.

Tokarev TT-33

The Tokarev TT-33 is seen on one of the training posters in the abandoned school in "Frenzy" (S1E04) and "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
The side image of the pistol is visible on the far right poster.
The poster is best seen when the shooting starts at the school in "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

Rifles

AK-47

The AK-47 with a bayonet is seen on two training posters in the abandoned school in "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

Type 3 AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
The full poster with all the guns is visible in "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

AK-74M

The Owner (Maksim Sukhanov), with what appears to be an AK-74M in his hands, tracks down Burnt in "Transfiguration" (S1E05). However, later during the search for Elya (as in all other episodes), he only uses a shotgun, which means this could be a continuity error.

AK-74M - 5.45x39mm
Alyabyev in a yellow raincoat and with an AK silently follows the wounded Burnt, and then kills him. Note the characteristic front sight.

AKS-47

The AKS-47 is seen on one of the training posters in the abandoned school in "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

Type 3 AKS-47 with stock folded - 7.62x39mm
The full poster with all the guns is visible in "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

AKM

The AKM with a bayonet is seen on one of the training posters in the abandoned school in "Frenzy" (S1E04) and "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

AKM - 7.62x39mm
Part of the poster is briefly seen in "Frenzy" (S1E04).
The full poster with all the guns is visible in "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

AKMS

The AKMS is seen on one of the training posters in the abandoned school in "Frenzy" (S1E04) and "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

AKMS - 7.62x39mm
Part of the poster is briefly seen in "Frenzy" (S1E04).
The full poster with all the guns is visible in "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

Mosin Nagant Model 1944 Carbine

In "Resurrection" (S1E03), one of the criminals escaped from prison Pyotr Kuskov aka Khor (Dmitry Glazachev), takes out a Mosin Nagant Model 1944 Carbine without the bayonet from the house and aims at Elya, which turned out to be near their site. Khor grabs the rifle while lying on the bed and reading a book, in "Transfiguration" (S1E05) when Elya breaks into their hut, pursued by the Owner. At the beginning of "Gift" (S1E06), Khor takes out and loads a rifle when someone cuts down a tree near their house. Finding out that this is the Owner and puts the rifle on the ground and kneels. When the Owner wants to kill Elya (Sofya Volodchinskaya), she grabs the rifle but later lowers it due to hallucinations.

Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine - 7.62x54mm R
Khor leaves the house, loading the gun.
During the conversation, Kuskov still holds the gun pointed at Elya.
The convicts are posing while Denis photographs their house.
A frightened Khor grabs a rifle at the end of "Transfiguration" (S1E05).
At the beginning of "Gift" (S1E06), Khor loads the Mosin.
He shouts at the uninvited guest, leaving the house with a weapon in his hands.
After a warning shot in the air, he points his rifle at the man.
At this moment, Chuchundra leads the bound Elya out of the house, putting a knife to her throat.
Seeing that the Owner has come to them, they lower their weapons and kneel before him.
Elya (Sofya Volodchinskaya) takes the Mosin carbine and aims at the Owner, taking advantage of the fact that he cannot enter the circle.
Alyabyev, disguised as Daoud, snatches the rifle from the girl's hands.

Unrecognizable Weapons

Hallucinations created by the Owner (former allies of Burnt or Daoud's men) are armed with unrecognizable long guns during the shootout with Burnt in "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

Enemies chase Burnt in the village.

Shotguns

Baikal IZh-81

The Owner (Maksim Sukhanov) is armed with a stockless Baikal IZh-81 throughout the series. He hunts Burnt and Elya with a gun in "Transfiguration" (S1E05). Denis (Ivan Yankovskiy) fires Alyabyev's shotgun when Maxim and Sonya try to escape in "Redemption" (S1E07). During a small chase in the monastery, the Owner takes back his gun, but after the successful escape of Maxim and Sonya, he gives it back to Denis. While Alyabyev sorts things out with Maxim, Denis tries to shoot himself in his car. However, he changed his mind and the gun is seen in his hands for the remainder of the episode. Before leaving back to Topi, Denis gives the gun to Kozlov (Alexander Doronin).

Baikal IZh-81 "Fox Terrier" - 12 gauge
Maniac follows Elya through the woods with a shotgun in his hands in "Transfiguration" (S1E05).
Three "villains" stop Maxim and Sonya from escaping in "Redemption" (S1E07).
Vitaly comes out to meet the fugitives with a shotgun in his hands.
Despite the fact that Maxim and Sonya successfully escaped from the monastery, the owner makes no attempt to stop them, as they won't run away anyway.
A good view of the handguard and the connector of the gun while Alyabyev watches the departing car.
Before setting off in pursuit, the Owner blames Denis for failing to complete the task.
Meanwhile, in the Owner's car, Denis is trying to commit suicide.
But... he changed his mind and now he's just fooling around with a shotgun.
Denis (Ivan Yankovskiy) waits for Alyabyev near the car with a gun.
The gun is also next to Denis when he calls his mother.
Before leaving, Denis gives the gun to Kozlov.

Machine guns

RPD

The RPD is seen on one of the training posters in the abandoned school in "Frenzy" (S1E04) and "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

RPD - 7.62x39mm
The RPD poster is the best seen of all the posters.
it is also seen during the shootout in "Transfiguration" (S1E05).

Missile Launchers

RPG-7

The RPG-7 is seen on one of the training posters in the abandoned school in "Frenzy" (S1E04).

RPG-7 - 40mm
The RPG-7's warhead is seen on the central poster.

Grenades

F-1 Hand Grenade

During the shootout in "Transfiguration" (S1E05), a stunned Burnt (Kirill Polukhin), clearly unwilling to give up, takes a F-1 hand grenade out of his pocket and throws it into the corridor to the opponents.

F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation Hand Grenade
Burnt (Kirill Polukhin) takes a grenade out of his pocket. Perhaps by this point, his gun had run out of ammo, or he had been too stunned by a blow to the head.
The F-1 grenade in the corridor a second before the explosion.


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