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Gorky Park

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The following guns were used in the movie Gorky Park:

Gorky Park
Movie Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Michael Apted
Release Date 1983
Language English
Studio Eagle Associates
Distributor Orion Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Arkady Renko William Hurt
Jack Osborne Lee Marvin
Iamskoy Ian Bannen
Irina Asanova Joanna Pacula
William Kirwill Brian Dennehy
KGB Agent Nicky Anatoli Davydov

Tokarev TT-33 Pistol

The Tokarev TT-33 pistol is used by several characters in the film including Soviet officer Arkady Renko (William Hurt).

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm
A suppressed Tokarev is used by an unseen assassin.
KGB Agent Nicky (Anatoli Davydov) holds the Tokarev.
Soviet officer Arkady Renko (William Hurt) holds the Tokarev.
Irina Asanova (Joanna Pacula) fires a KGB agent's dropped Tokarev.

Walther PPK/S

A gold-plated Walther PPK/S is seen used by Jack Osborne (Lee Marvin).

Walther PPK/S stainless - .380 ACP.
The gold Walther is seen on the chair next to Jack Osborne (Lee Marvin).

Luger P08

Renko (William Hurt) is seen holding a Luger P08 on Iamskoy (Ian Bannen).

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
Renko is seen holding a Luger P08 on Iamskoy (Ian Bannen).

Clandestine pistol

Renko is seen assembling an Assassination Device in the form of a camera grip, owned by William Kirwill (Brian Dennehy).

Renko holds the custom pistol on William Kirwill (Brian Dennehy)

Colt Sako Model L-579 Rifle

A scoped Colt-Sako Rifle is used by Jack Osborne (Lee Marvin) at the farm.

Colt Sako Model L-579 Rifle - .308 Winchester
Jack Osborne (Lee Marvin) aims the rifle.
Osborne holds the rifle.

Unknown Pistol

Mannlicher Model 1901 - 7.63mm Mannlicher

In a flashback, Osborne (Lee Marvin) is shown shooting three people at point-blank range with a pistol concealed in a leather bag. The pistol is never seen in the film. In the book, the bag is later recovered from a frozen pond with the pistol inside, which Kirwill (played by Brian Dennehy) identifies as the "Argentine version of the 7.65-mm Mannlicher" with an 8-round magazine. This description is consistent with the Steyr-manufactured Mannlicher Model 1901, which was adopted by Argentina as its army's sidearm; its later descendant was the Mannlicher Model 1905, a slightly larger-framed pistol with a 10-round magazine.

N.B. Steyr's Model 1901 and 1905 pistols were both chambered for the 7.63 Mannlicher cartridge, but in order to distinguish this pistol round from the 7.63 Mauser round, it was referred to in Germany as the 7.65 round, or the 7.63x21.

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