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The Kitchenblock (Russian: Пищеблок: Pishcheblock) is a 2021 Russian mystery horror TV series.
The following weapons were used in the television series The Kitchenblock:
WARNING! Major spoiler
The Nagant M1895 appeares in the hands of several characters.
Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. This example was dated 1939 manufacture and was a War time issued weapon. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
Russian Nagant 1895, produced 1920s. The rounded front sight is a sign of revolvers produced from 1890s until 1930 - 7.62x38R Nagant
A White Army officer (Vladimir Butenko) aims his Nagant after firing it during the prologue set during the Russian Civil War (Ep. 01).
A Red Army soldier raises his Nagant at a White Army officer after the latter turns into a ghoul. Note the correct pre-1930s front sight (Ep. 04).
The NKVD officer (at the left) pulls his Nagant during the prologue set in 1934. Young Serp (Roman Evdokimov) carries a holstered Luger at the right (Ep. 04).
The NKVD officer cocks his Nagant (Ep. 04).
The NKVD officer raises the Nagant (Ep. 04).
The NKVD officers (played by Andrey Artasov, Andrey Zakopailo and Ivan Tartarashvili) aim their Nagants at ghouls, while the militsioneer
at the background left aims a Mosin Nagant rifle (Ep. 04).
Another view of the same scene (Ep. 04).
The NKVD officers and militsioneer
fire their guns at a ghoul (Ep. 04).
Ditto. Note the Mosin Nagant mag at the left (Ep. 01).
A White Army officer holds the unloaded Nagant during the Russian Civil War prologue. Young Serp holds him at gunpoint with the Mosin Nagant rifle (Ep. 07).
Serp Ieronov (Sergey Shakurov) owns a Luger P08. At several points, his pistol is briefly seen in the hands of several other characters.
Luger P08 with black grips - 9x19mm
Serp sleeps, Luger in hand (Ep. 03).
Young Serp (Roman Evdokimov) draws his Luger during the prologue set in 1934 (Ep. 04).
Valerka Lagunov (Pyotr Natarov) steals Serp's Luger (Ep. 04).
Serp takes back his Luger (Ep. 04).
Igor Korzukhin (Daniil Vershinin) aims Serp's Luger (Ep. 07).
Valerka Lagunov charges the Luger, resulting in unused ammo being ejected (Ep. 07).
A closer view of the Luger in Igor's hands (Ep. 07).
The Luger is lying on the floor (Ep. 07).
Igor raises the Luger (Ep. 07).
Valerka tries to disarms Igor of his Luger (Ep. 07).
Valerka holds Serp's Luger (Ep. 08).
Mosin Nagant M91/30
Numerous characters can be seen using a Mosin Nagant M91/30s.
Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
A Red Army soldier raises his rifle, while being gunned down during the prologue set during the Russian Civil War (Ep. 01). This particular model of the Mosin Nagant is anachronistic for the Russian Civil War era and is presumably standing in for the period-correct original Imperial Russian M1891 Mosin Nagant.
A slightly different view of his rifle. (Ep. 01).
aims his Mosin Nagant at a ghoul in 1934. The NKVD officer at the right fires a Nagant revolver (Ep. 04).
hits the ghoul with the buttstock of his Mosin Nagant (Ep. 04).
The mag is seen (Ep. 04).
The front sight is seen (Ep. 04).
The prison guards carry Mosin Nagant rifles during the 1934 prologue. A moment later, their guns turns into M44 carbines (Ep. 07).
Mosin Nagant Model 1944 Carbine
At several points, standard Mosin Nagants turns to Mosin Nagant Model 1944 Carbines.
Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine, with attached side-folding bayonet - 7.62x54mmR. Note the slightly longer barrel ahead of the front sight to accommodate locking in the bayonet, brass reinforcements around the sling holes and an integral bayonet attached to the barrel.
Mosin-Nagant KO-44 - 7.62x54mmR.
The Mosin Nagant is seen near the wall during the Russian Civil War prologue (Ep. 07). Like the M91/30 above, this model of the Mosin Nagant is anachronistic for the Russian Civil War.
Young Serp grabs the Mosin Nagant. A few seconds later, his gun turns into an M91/30 (Ep. 07).
Young Serp charges his carbine. (Ep. 07).
Note the turned-down bolt handle, a sign of rework into a KO-44 hunting rifle (Ep. 07).
Young Serp aims his Mosin Nagant (Ep. 07).
Another perspective. (Ep. 07).
A White Army officer grabs the Mosin Nagant from Young Serp (Ep. 07).
The prison guards carry their carbines when they drag young Nyura Sanygina (Vitaliya Kornienko) (Ep. 07).
A White Army officer (Vladimir Butenko) fires a Maxim M1910 during the prologue set during the Russian Civil War.
Maxim M1910 with 'Sokolov' wheel mount, w/o shield - 7.62x54mmR
The White Army officer fires his Maxim (Ep. 01).
Another view of the same scene (Ep. 01).
A slightly different view of the Maxim (Ep. 01).
The operating handles of the Maxim is seen (Ep. 04).
A partly destroyed Maxim is seen under the M1902's wheel (Ep. 04).
When the pioneers play the game Zarnitsa in Episode 6, they are armed with wooden toy guns.
The pioneer runs, wooden pistol in hand. This wooden gun has a passing resemblance to a Luger pistol.
Valerka Lagunov holds a wooden PPSh-41
Numerous pioneers hold similar "guns".
Yura Tonkikh (Pyotr Tereshchenko) holds a wooden pistol.
76.2 mm divisional gun model 1902
A 76.2 mm divisional gun model 1902 can be seen during the Russian Civil War prologue.
76.2 mm (3-inch) field gun M1902 - 76.2 x 385mmR
The M1902 is seen in the background (Ep. 01).
A slightly better view of the M1902 (Ep. 01).
Young Serp (Roman Evdokimov) takes cover by the M1902's shield (Ep. 01).
A perfect view of the M1902's muzzle (Ep. 01).
A side view of the M1902 (Ep. 04).
When the The Elusive Avengers is shown at the cinema in Episode 3, numerous guns are seen on the cinema screen.