Trans-Siberian Express (Transsibirskiy ekspress)
Trans-Siberian Express (Transsibirskiy ekspress) (Russian title: Транссибирский экспресс) is a 1977 Soviet Kazakh espionage drama film directed by Eldor Urazbayev. The story is set in 1927, when a group of foreign agents try to thwart the Japanese-Soviet trade agreement by assassination of Japanesse businessman Saito in Trans-Siberian Express. Chekist Chadiyarov is sent to protect Sayto.
Trans-Siberian Express is the second film of the tetralogy about the adventures of Chadiyarov. It is preceded by The End of Ataman (Konets atamana) (1970) and followed by The Manchurian Variant (Manchzhurskiy variant) (1989) and Who are You, Mr. Ka? (Kto vi, gospodin Ka?) (2009).
The following weapons were used in the film Trans-Siberian Express (Transsibirskiy ekspress):
FN Model 1922
FN Model 1910
During the brawl between Ishido and Schneider, CZ 27 briefly switches to another pistol due to a continuity error. This pistol is most likely FN Model 1910.
1914 Mauser Pocket Pistol
The daughter of a Japanese businessman is gunned by a rifle that appears to be IZh-56-3, a combination hunting rifle/shotgun with top barrel in .22 LR caliber and bottom barrel in 28 Gauge (apparently standing for the Winchester-series rifle).