Affairs of the Past (Dela davno minuvshikh dney...)
Affairs of the Past (Dela davno minuvshikh dney...) is a Soviet 1972 detective movie directed by Vladimir Shredel. A finding of an old briefcase in a ruined house in 1970s leads to a treasure, hidden in 1920s.
The following weapons are seen in the movie Affairs of the Past (Dela davno minuvshikh dney...):
In the scenes that takes place in 1926 Nagant M1895 revolvers are carried by Leningrad Ugolovny Rozysk (Criminal Police) detectives Beletsky (Ivan Nasonov), Motylyov (Mikhail Lobanov) and Kemberovsky (Pyotr Merkuryev) and a criminal Serdyukov (Yuri Maltsev).
What appears to be a Francotte Pistolet de Tir de Salon single-shot breech-loading pistol, intended for recreational shooting, is seen in 1926 on a shooting range.
In the final scene that takes place in 1970s security guards in Swiss bank carry MP40s.
Mosin Nagant M1891
In the scene on a shooting range a top-break air gun is seen in hands of Mikhail Motylyov (Mikhail Lobanov). The exact model is hard to recognised, but the general shape resembles IZh-22, one of the most popular and widely available Soviet top-break air rifle in the years of the movie filming.