|A Bad Good Man
(Plokhoy khoroshiy chelovek)
|Nikolay von Koren
|Dr. Aleksandr Samoylenko
|Pristav (Police chief) Kirilin
A Bad Good Man (Plokhoy khoroshiy chelovek) is a Soviet 1973 drama directed by Iosif Kheifits and based on the play "The Duel" by Anton Chekhov.
The following weapons were used in the film A Bad Good Man (Plokhoy khoroshiy chelovek):
Percussion Dueling Pistol
Layevski (Oleg Dal) and von Koren (Vladimir Vysotskiy) use Percussion Dueling Pistols during their duel.
Modern replica of Lepage percussion dueling pistol.
A pair of dueling pistols in the box.
Von Koren practices with a pistol.
In one scene von Koren holds a Flintlock Pistol. It is a Caucasian type of flintlock pistol, also popular among Cossacks.
Turkish Flintlock Pistol, a close relative of Caucasian pistol.
Von Koren holds a flintlock pistol.
The pistol is seen on the wall together with two muskets.
Percussion Cap Musket
A pair of short barreled (probably hunting) percussion cap muskets is seen in Dr. Samoylenko's house. Samoylenko (Anatoly Papanov) holds one of these guns when Layevski visits him at night.
A pair of muskets and a flintlock pistol are seen on the wall.
Samoylenko holds a musket.