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The editor-in-chief of army newspaper (Vladimir Muravyov
) carries a Nagant holster (at the left).
Wainstein carries a Nagant in holster.
Tanya Ovsyannikova carries a Nagant holster.
Lyusin carries a Nagant holster.
Gen. Serpilin carries a Nagant holster during the Battle for Moscow (in Summer 1941 his sidearm was a TT pistol).
Battalion commander Capt. Ryabchenko (Vladimir Kulik) carries a Nagant holster.
An officer with TT holster.
Sintsov (Kirill Lavrov
) takes the pistol from the holster of sleeping Lieutenant.
The grip of the TT of Sr. Lieutenant (Oleg Tabakov
) is seen.
One of the soldiers in formation holds a PPSh.
A PPSh is seen on the wall in Serpilin's dugout.
Col. Baranov carries a PPSh.
Sgt. Sintsov and other soldiers carry PPSh during the march in Winter 1941.
Soldiers with PPSh stand in formation.
An officer of Tank Forces carries an MP40.
Sintsov puts away his MP40 when on rest.
Soldiers fire MP40 in air in salute.
Zolotaryov with MP40 carries Sintsov.
Mosin Nagant M1891/30
Soldiers in the car hold M91/30 rifles.
A soldier leaves damaged car during the surprise attack of German troops.
A soldier reloads his rifle during he surprise attack of German troops.
Zolotaryov holds his rifle when he and Sintsov bring wounded Tanya Ovsyannikova in a village house.
Malinin, still in civil dress, takes his rifle when he takes under command a unit of Moscow "Narodnoe Opolcheniye" (People's Militia).
"Opolcheniye" soldiers stand in formation. Some carry M91/30 rifles.