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Who Will Pay for the Fortune? (Kto zaplatit za udachu?)
Kto zaplatit za udachu? is a 1980 Soviet action movie by Konstantin Khudyakov. The movie was never released with an English title; Who Will Pay for Fortune? is a direct translation of the Russian title. The story takes place during Russian civil war and shows three men - the Red sailor, the White Cossack and the "neutral" gambler - who had to unite for a common goal.
The following weapons were used in the film Who Will Pay for the Fortune? (Kto zaplatit za udachu?):
Nagant M1895 Revolver
A Nagant M1895 is the weapon of gambler Fyodor (Leonid Filatov). White Army officers carry Nagant revolvers as service sidearm.
Mauser C96 Pistol
A Mauser C96 is the weapon of Red sailor Kuskov (Vitaly Solomin).
FN Model 1910 Pistol
Konkov (Aleksandr Filippenko), the chief of counterintelligence service, uses the pistol that look like FN Model 1910. The scene when Kuskov (Vitaly Solomin) disarms Konkov is very dark so the pistol cannot be identified absolutely correct.
Mosin Nagant Rifle
Mosin Nagant rifles are used by Kuskov (Vitaly Solomin) and White cossack Dmitry (Vasily Bochkaryov) in the beginning of the movie. White Army soldiers are armed with full-length Mosin Nagant M1891/30.
Mosin Nagant sawn-off rifle ("obrez")
Dmitry (Vasily Bochkaryov) uses a sawn-off Mosin Nagant rifle known as "obrez".
Lewis Machine Gun
A Lewis machine gun is carried by Dmitry (Vasily Bochkaryov). In firing scenes it is substituted with a visually modified Degtyaryov DP-27.
Degtyaryov DT (mocked up as Lewis machine gun)
Dmitry (Vasily Bochkaryov) uses Degtyaryov DT, mocked up as Lewis. In final scene this weapon is used by Kuskov (Vitaly Solomin).
A Maxim M1910/30 MG is seen on board of the fast ship. It stands for correct Maxim M1910.
In the beginning of the movie a Red underground fighter (Aleksandr Galibin) uses custom rifle to kill a White general in the theatre. He fired from the dark place so the rifle cannot be seen good enough. It has a short barrel and detachable buttstock.
SPSh Flare Pistol
The White Army officer uses an SPSh Flare Pistol to signal the troops about an ambush.