I'm a Detective (Ya, sledovatel...)
I'm a Detective (Russian title Ya, sledovatel..., Georgian title Me, gamomdziebeli...; more correct English title would be "I, a Detective") is a Soviet Georgian 1972 (filmed 1971) detective movie directed by Georgi Kalatozishvili and based on the story by the Vayner Brothers. A detective of Tbilisi Ugolovny Rozysk (criminal police) Capt. Georgi Mikeladze (Vakhtang Kikabidze) investigates an armed robbery. The investigation leads him from Georgia to Estonia and Latvia where at last Mikeladze together with his collegues from Tallin arrests the criminal.
The movie is the first screen adaptation of the original story. In 2016 the novel was adapted once more as a part of TV series Sledovatel Tikhonov.
The following weapons were used in the film I'm a Detective (Ya, sledovatel...):
A TT-33 is seen tested in ballistic lab. In the climactic scene a TT is seen in hands of a criminal, posing under the name of Aleksey Saburov (U. Rozberg).
Firearms in Ballistic Lab
Several firearms are seen in ballistic lab of Tbilisi Ugolovny Rozysk. Three handguns at the right can be identified as Nagant M1895 (1), Walther P38 (2) and possibly FN Model 1910 (3). Also an unidentified revolver (4) can be seen on the table.
Unknown Long Guns
Barrels of several long guns are seen in gun rack in the office of railroad security. "Frolovka" bolt action shotgun is a possible guess as they were widely used by security guards in USSR but it cannot be proved.