Unknown Pages from the Life of a Scout (Neizvestnye stranitsy iz zhizni razvedchika)
Unknown Pages from the Life of a Scout (Neizvestnye stranitsy iz zhizni razvedchika; another English title Unknown Pages from the Life of a Secret Agent) is a Soviet 1991 (filmed 1990) war movie directed by Vladimir Chebotaryov and based on the novel "Lishniy" (Superfluous) by Anatoliy Azolskiy. The plot is set in Nazi Germany in 1941. Soviet intelligence agent Pyotr Khalyazin gets information about the impending attack on the USSR. However, Khalyazin's reports are not trusted, and contacts with him stop. Khalyazin has to continue his mission without any support.
The following weapons were used in the film Unknown Pages from the Life of a Scout (Neizvestnye stranitsy iz zhizni razvedchika):
Vis wz. 35
Polish Communist Ignat Barytski (Vitaliy Zikora) owns a Vis wz. 35 pistol. In one scene Soviet intelligence agent Vladimir Azov (Andrei Alyoshin) gets Barytski's pistol. Later same gun is used by Barytski's comrade-in-arms Mscislaw Swiatski (Anton Sivers).
German officers fire Luger P08 pistols at escaping Anna Shumak after the assassination of Hauptman (Capt.) Albrecht.
In the said scene a German officer (Valeriy Frolov) fires a Walther P38. A P38 are also seen in hands of Ignat Barytski (Vitaliy Zikora) who hands the pistol to Pyotr Khalyazin (Yuriy Duvanov), acting under disguise of Oberleutnant Schmidt.
In one scene Pyotr Khalyazin (Yuriy Duvanov) holds a pocket pistol that he describes as .25 caliber "fly swatter". Later this pistol is used by Anna Shumak (Aleksandra Kolkunova) to assassinate Gestapo officer Hauptman Albrecht. This gun resembles Llama pocket models, like Model XVII or XVIII.
A PPSh-41 is seen in the dugout of the commander of Soviet partisans unit (Valeriy Afanasyev).
MP40s are also used by German soldiers.
Mosin Nagant M1891/30
Soviet partisans are armed with Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles.
Karabiner 98k rifles are briefly seen when German troops march on the streets of occupied Lvov.
F-1 Hand Grenade
Dummy Training Grenade
Vladimir Azov (Andrei Alyoshin), disguised as a German officer, holds a dummy training stick grenade.