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Personal Safety Not Guaranteed (Lichnoy bezopasnosti ne garantiruyu)

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Personal Safety Not Guaranteed
(Lichnoy bezopasnosti ne garantiruyu)
Lichnoy bezopasnosti ne garantiruyu Poster.jpg
Cinema Poster
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Anatoli Vekhotko
Release Date 1980
Language Russian
Studio Lenfilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Andrei Bologov Ivars Kalnins
Ivan Morgunok Semyon Morozov
Nikolai Sivyi Aleksei Krymov
Yevgeniy Krakovski Leonhard Merzin
Ganna Krakovski Natalya Brazhnikova
Nadejda Nikolayevna Natalya Bogunova

Personal Safety Not Guaranteed (Lichnoy bezopasnosti ne garantiruyu) is a 1980 Soviet action movie directed by Anatoli Vekhotko.

The story is very similar to the earlier movie The Anxious Month of September except it takes place in Belorussia soon after the war. The commissar Andrei Bologov (Ivars Kalnins) is sent to the village that is under attack from a gang of outlaws, bandits and former German collaborators. With the help of several villagers he fought against the gang.

The following weapons were used in the film Personal Safety Not Guaranteed (Lichnoy bezopasnosti ne garantiruyu):


Tokarev TT-33

Tokarev TT-33 pistols are used by Andrei Bologov (Ivars Kalnins), Ivan Morgunok (Semyon Morozov) and several other characters.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Andrei Bologov (Ivars Kalnins) with his TT during the attack on the train.
Ivan Morgunok (Semyon Morozov) is cleaning his TT.
Ivan Morgunok is loading his TT.
Andrei Bologov holds his TT at the head of the wounded bandit. Note the shape of the cocking serrations which is typical for pre-1947 version of TT.

Luger P08

Luger P08 are used by several bandits including their leader Krakovski (Leonhard Merzin).

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
A bandit with Luger during the attack on the train.


Nagant M1895

A Nagant M1895 is the backup weapon of Ivan Morgunok (Semyon Morozov).

Nagant M1895 - 7.62x38N
Ivan Morgunok (Semyon Morozov) readying his Nagant before going to sleep.

Submachine Guns


PPSh-41 submachine guns are used by Andrei Bologov (Ivars Kalnins), Ivan Morgunok (Semyon Morozov) and Fyodor (Pavel Pervushin), also by Soviet soldiers and by one of the bandits.

PPSh-41 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Ivan Morgunok (Semyon Morozov) readies a pair of PPSh-41s with drum magazines before the ambush. Four RGD-33 grenades can also be seen on the table.
Andrei Bologov (Ivars Kalnins) with his PPSh-41 in ambush.
Ivan Morgunok fires his PPSh-41.
A bandit with PPSh-41.


Most bandits are armed with MP40 SMGs. Nikolai Sivyi (Aleksei Krymov) captures one of MP40s after the ambush and uses it during the final shootout.

MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm
Bandits with MP-40 during the attack on the train.
Bandits (Boris Arakelov at the left) with MP-40 in the village.

Assault Rifles

Sturmgewehr 44

One of the bandits is armed with Sturmgewehr 44.

Sturmgewehr 44 - 7.92x33mm
A bandit is firing Sturmgewehr 44.

Machine Guns

Degtyaryov DP-27

A DP-27 is used by one of the soldiers (Aleksandr Lipov) during the attack on the train. Nikolai Sivyi (Aleksei Krymov) fires a DP-27 in the ambush in the village.

DP-27 machine gun - 7.62x54mm R
The soldier with DP-27 in train.
The soldier is firing his DP-27 at the bandits.
Nikolai Sivyi (Aleksei Krymov) with his DP-27 before the shootout.
Nikolai Sivyi is firing his DP-27.



One of the villagers is seen with a Single Barreled Shotgun or a Mosin Nagant/Frolov Shotgun in the final scene.

A barrel of a long gun can be seen slung over villager's back.

Other Weapons


Four RGD-33 grenades can be seen when Bologov and Morgunok get ready for the ambush, but they are not used in action.

RGD-33 high-explosive fragmentation stick grenade
Four RGD-33 grenades are seen on the table near PPSh-41 SMGs.

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