Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: The Hound of the Baskervilles, The (Priklyucheniya Sherloka Holmsa i doktora Vatsona: Sobaka Baskerviley)
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: The Hound of the Baskervilles (Priklyucheniya Sherloka Holmsa i doktora Vatsona: Sobaka Baskerviley) is a Soviet 1981 (filmed 1980) mini-series, the third part of 1979-1987 TV series Priklyucheniya Sherloka Holmsa i doktora Vatsona, a screen adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle's The Hound of the Baskervilles, directed by Igor Maslennikov and starring Vasily Livanov as Sherlock Holmes and Vitaly Solomin as Dr. Watson. It contains two feature-length episodes.
The following weapons were used in the film The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: The Hound of the Baskervilles (Priklyucheniya Sherloka Holmsa i doktora Vatsona: Sobaka Baskerviley):
British Constabulary revolver
Webley .455 Mk VI
A Webley .455 Mk VI revolver is used by Sherlock Holmes (Vasily Livanov). This revolver doesn't fit for 1880s-90s when the story takes place; apparently Mk VI stands in for the earlier Webley top-break models.
Reichsrevolver M1879 is the main weapon of Inspector Lestrade (Boryslav Brondukov). It is also seen in hands of Dr. Watson for a short time. This wiped to nearly white revolver appears to be the same prop, used in numerous Lenfilm productions.
In the final scene Stapleton (Oleg Yankovsky) is armed with Galand revolver. This is most likely Russian contract Galand in 12x14mmR calibre which was put into service in Russian Navy in 1869 as "4 1/2-line Galyan revolver" and served until 1881.
Another Sir Henry's revolver is seen only partially but what is seen allows to guess that it can be a Warnant revolver.
In one scene in "The Hound of the Baskervilles" a police constable on the railway station holds a rifle. The charger bridge and the typical protruding magazine allow to guess that it can be some version of Long Lee-Enfield, which may or may not be fitting for that days Britain, depending on what time the action should take place (apart from the late conversion for clip loading).