|The Detective (Syshchik)
|Gorky Film Studio
The Detective (original title Syshchik) is a 1979 Soviet action movie directed by Vladimir Fokin. It depicts the adventures of a young, inexperienced, and very unlucky militioneer (police officer) Evgeniy Kulik (Andrey Tashkov).
The following weapons were used in the film The Detective (Syshchik):
Makarov PM pistols are service sidearms of militioneers (police officers), including Evgeniy Kulik (Andrey Tashkov).
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Kulik puts the pistol back in shoulder holster.
A plainclothed militsia
detective holds a PM in a night scene.
operative arrests a member of "Palyoniy"'s gang.
Kulik fires his PM at escaping criminal "Palyoniy" ("The Burnt").
The grip of Kulik's PM is seen.
In the scene on the shooting range Kulik (Andrey Tashkov) and his colleagues fire Margolin MCM pistols. In reality Margolin pistols were used only for sporting competitions and never in training of Militsia personnel.
MCM with magazine removed - .22 LR
Kulik's colleague fires a MCM.
Evgeniy Kulik on shooting range in a "heroic pose".
Kulik holds a Margolin pistol white the instructor scolds him.
In one scene Kulik has a dream in which he personally defeats a gang, using his fists and a Nagant M1895 revolver, taken from one of the criminals.
Criminal "Palyoniy" (Anatoliy Bystrov
), as he appears in Kulik's dream, carries a Nagant in his belt.
Kulik uses a captured Nagant to shoot off the rope on his legs.
Kulik holds a Nagant in his dream.