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Trackman (Putevoy Obkhodchik)

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DVD cover
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Directed by Igor Shavlak
Release Date 2007
Language Russian
Main Cast
Character Actor
Grom Dmitriy Orlov
Irkut Oleg Kamenshchikov
Kostya Tomas Motskus
Katya Svetlana Metkina
Olga Yuliya Mikhaylova
Pakhomov Aleksandr Vysokovskiy
Trackman Aleksey Dmitriev

Trackman (Путевой обходчик; Putevoy obkhodchik) is a Russian horror film. A group of gangsters and their hostages tries to escape through an abandoned metro line, and soon find themselves in a horror trap.

This movie earned only $500,000 at box office, while its budget was more than 3 million dollars. As result, its director Igor Shavlack became bankrupt and fled abroad.

The following weapons were used in the film Trackman:


Walther P88 Compact

The criminal Irkut (Oleg Kamenshchikov) uses Walther P88 Compact throughout the movie.

Walther P88 Compact with chrome finish and walnut grips - 9x19mm
Close Up. A lack of trigger discipline can prove quite deadly here.
Irkut opens a glass door with his Walther P88.
Irkut looks into the distance, Walther in hand.
Katya (Svetlana Metkina) fires Irkut's Walther.


The criminal Kostya (Tomas Motskus) uses a Fort-12 pistol, most likely the non-lethal rubber-firing version Fort-12T. In a continuity error Kostya's Fort-12 bizarrely turns into a Reck Miami 92F, then into a Kimar Mod. 75 Auto.

Fort-12 - 9x18mm Makarov
Kostya fires his pistols akimbo. The Fort-12 is on the left (Kostya's right).
A closer view of both pistols.
Grom (at the right) threatens Kostya (at the left).

Kimar Mod. 75 Auto

The criminal Shplint (Oleg Morozov) uses a Kimar Mod. 75 Auto pistol while in the abandoned metro tunnel. Grom also picks up and uses Shplint's pistol in several scenes. Kostya's Fort-12 also turns into a Mod. 75 in a continuity error.

Kimar Mod. 75 Auto, early model - 8mm blanks
Shplint takes aim with his pistol. It is identifiable as a CZ 75 variant due to the distinctive slide lock and safety levers.
Shplint readies the pistol when he realizes he's in danger.
The hammer is seen. The tiny hole ring hammer identifies it as a Mod. 75.
Grom fires Shplint's pistol.
The pistol cycles.
Close-up of the pistol in the Kostya's hand. The tiny hole ring hammer can be clearly seen here.

Glock 17

Kostya also uses a Glock 17 in conjunction with his Fort-12.

3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm. Note the finger grooves, thumb reliefs, and accessory rail on the frame, which differentiate it from the older model.
The Glock 17 is on the right (Kostya's left). It is also locked back.
Kostya's face reveals he is very pleased. Maybe a bit too much.

Reck Miami 92

Grom (Dmitriy Orlov) uses the blank-firing Reck Miami 92F fitted with a compensator and picatinny rail from the TSD Tactical M9X Tac. The Reck 92F replaces Kostya's Fort-12 in a continuity error.

Reck Miami 92F, black finish - 9mm P.A.K. blanks
Airsoft TSD Tactical M9X Tac. The compensator in the movie has been painted black.
Grom threatens Kostya.
The offset slide front, rounded hammer, open slide, and the slide-mounted safety can be seen here, identifying it as a Beretta 92 blank gun.
The beginning of the word "RECK" can be seen where the shadow forms on the gun.
Grom aims his pistol in the darkness.
Good view of the compensator.
A good shot of the slide. The markings here clearly match up with those of the Reck 92F.
Katya with Grom's Reck 92F.
Another view of the same scene.
Kostya holds his pistol (at the left, only his arm is seen). Although he is holding a Reck 92F in this scene, in the scene before he holds a Fort-12, and in the scene after he holds a Mod. 75.

Assault Rifles


Three militiamen (Russian policemen) (Vladimir Elin), (Aleksandr Vysokovskiy) and (Mikhail Udy) carry the AKS-74U as their on-duty weapons. Later, one of these rifles appears in the hands of Kostya (Tomas Motskus), Irkut (Oleg Kamenshchikov), Grom, Trackman and Katya (Svetlana Metkina).

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
A good view of the magazine of the ASK-74U.
Militiaman Pakhomov (Aleksandr Vysokovskiy) holds an AKS-74U.
Another view of the same scene.
Kostya carries an AKS-74U on his back.
Trackman grabs the AKS-74U...
...and fires it.
Katya fires.


Special Forces briefly hold the AKMS.

AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
A Special Forces OP breaches with his AKMS.
The silhouette of another Special Forces OP and the AKMS.
Special Forces operatives with their AKMS.


F-1 hand grenade

Irkut (Oleg Kamenshchikov) tries to use a F-1 hand grenade against the Trackman.

F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Close Up.
Irkut readies the grenade.
The grenade lays in a puddle.


Irkut uses C-4 to blow up the exit.

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ROKS flamethrowers

Trackman (Aleksey Dmitriev) uses an unknown flamethrower at the film's climax. At the a few second it's was used by Grom. It's resembles Soviet wartime ROKS-2 but still differs.

A wartime photo of ROKS-2
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The flamethrower's fuel tanks.
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Close view of the muzzle.
Trackman's head catches on fire.
The Trackman burns various instruments with his flamethrower.
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