Born by Revolution: The Last Meeting (Rozhdyonnaya revolyutsiey: Poslednyaya vstrecha)
Born by Revolution (Rozhdyonnaya revolyutsiey) is a Soviet made for TV historical films series, released in 1974-1977, directed by Grigori Kokhan and based on the novel "Povest ob ugolovnom rozyske" ("A Tale of Criminal Investigations Department") by Aleksey Nagorny and Geliy Ryabov. The series depicts the history of Soviet Ugolovny Rozysk (criminal police) from 1917 to 1970s, seen through the eyes of Nikolay Fomich Kondratyev (Evgeniy Zharikov).
The final, ninth/tenth (two-part) film The Last Meeting (Poslednyaya vstrecha) is set many years after the pervious one, in 1970s. Nikolay Kondratyev is a general of Militsia. His son Aleksey, who is also Ugolovny Rozysk detective, investigates a robbery. The investigation leads him to the trace of the murder of Maria Kondratyeva in 1948.
The following weapons were used in the film Born by Revolution: The Last Meeting (Rozhdyonnaya revolyutsiey: Poslednyaya vstrecha):
GAI (road patrol) Inspector Andrianov (uncredited) carries a Makarov PM in holster.
Militsia personnel hold AK-47s when they take the oath during the ceremony on Red Square in Moscow.
In the same scene the honor guards at Lenin's Mausoleum hold SKS rifles.