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Incident in the Taiga (Sluchay v tayge)

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Incident in the Taiga
(Sluchay v tayge)
Sluchay v tayge poster.jpg
DVD cover
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Yuri Pobedonostsev
Yuri Yegorov
Release Date 1954
Language Russian
Studio Gorky Film Studio
Main Cast
Character Actor
Andrey Pavlovich Sazonov Boris Bityukov
Yelena Mikhaylovna Sedykh Rimma Shorokhova
Fyodor Nikolaevich Volkov Aleksandr Antonov
Nikita Stepanovich Anatoliy Kubatskiy
Bogduyev Gombozhap Tsydynzhapov
Katya Volkova Muza Krepkogorskaya
Dolgushin Ivan Kuznetsov
Uladay Tsyren Shagzhin
Yegor Ivanovich Pyotr Lyubeshkin
Mefodiy Konstantin Nemolyayev

Incident in the Taiga (rus. Случай в тайге; Sluchay v tayge) is a 1954 Soviet movie.

The following weapons were used in the film Incident in the Taiga (Sluchay v tayge):


12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

A 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotguns is the most popular firearms in this movie, it was used by the most characters, include Andrey Pavlovich Sazonov (Boris Bityukov), Yelena Mikhaylovna Sedykh (Rimma Shorokhova), Fyodor Nikolaevich Volkov (Aleksandr Antonov), Nikita Stepanovich (Anatoliy Kubatskiy), Bogduyev (Gombozhap Tsydynzhapov), Katya Volkova (Muza Krepkogorskaya), Dolgushin (Ivan Kuznetsov), Uladay (Tsyren Shagzhin), Yegor Ivanovich (Pyotr Lyubeshkin), Mefodiy (Konstantin Nemolyayev), Maria (Valentina Belyaeva), Yasha (Vladimir Gulyaev), Jaghda Anykanova (Yevgeniya Ten) and varios hunters (several of the wereplayed by Ivan Ryzhov, Aleksandr Timontayev and Lkhasaran Linkhovoin). Most of the shotguns are hammerless, but the exposed hammers shotguns also can be seen.

TOZ-BM - 16 gauge
Samuel Buckley & Company/Anson & Deeley Side by Side Shotgun - 12 gauge. Soviet IZh-49 shotgun is based on Anson & Deeley model and has similar outlook.
Nikita Stepanovich holds the shotgun after firing it.
Yasha holds the shotgun.
Bogduyev investigate the shotgun.
Yasha reloads the shotgun.
Andrey Pavlovich Sazonov holds the shotgun.
Maria raices her shotgun.
Shotgun at the center. Note the exposed hammers.
Fyodor Nikolaevich Volkov carry his shotgun on the sling.
Two shotguns can be seen hanged on the wall.

Bolt Action Rifle

At least one hunter carry the short bolt action rifle. The rifle has a rear bolt handle position, and it looks like have a protruding box magazine, from which is can assume that this is most likely the Steyr Mannlicher variant (or, possibly, the Ross), converted to the sporterized rifle.

Steyr M1895 Short Rifle (M1930 Conversion) - 8x56mmR Mannlicher. The rifle in the film is most similar to this variant, but has an shorter forend and different front sight (in a long "sporter" form).
The hunter with the gun on the sling. Note the long barrel.
The same hunter. Note the mag and bolt handle.
A slightly other view. Yelena Mikhaylovna Sedykh with the double barreled shotgun can be seen at the backgrounfd.

Mosin Nagant/Frolov Shotgun

The Mosin Nagant/Frolov Shotguns can be seen carring by the several hunters.

"Frolovka" R-32 shotgun (converted Mosin Nagant rifle) - 32 gauge
A single barrel band can be seen.
The barrel can be seen.
The hunter with the gun on the sling.
The rifle is seen hanged.

Mauser 98 Sporter

Katya Volkova (Muza Krepkogorskaya) can be seen with the Mauser 98 Sporter at the one moment.

German-style Mauser 98 Sporter Model B - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Katya Volkova with the rifle on the sling.
The front sight can be seen.

Arisaka Type 38 (converted to shotgun)

The Arisaka Type 38, converted to shotgun can be seen at the one moment.

Arisaka Type 38 rifle - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
The rifle is seen hanged. Note the long groove on the stock.
Rifle at the left.


Nikita Stepanovich (Anatoliy Kubatskiy) owns a IZh-5.

IZh-5 - 16 gauge
Vintage Iver Johnson "Champion" - 410 gauge. Soviet IZh-5 shotgun is based on Iver Johnson and its early version has similar outlook.
The shotgun is used as the deer trap.
A better view of the battstock.
Nikita Stepanovich investigate the shotgun.
The close view of the hammer and trigger guard.
The shotgun in action.
Fyodor Nikolaevich Volkov show the shotgun to it's owner.
Yasha holds the shotgun...
...and hands it to Dolgushin.

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