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Wild Honey (Dikiy myod)
Wild Honey (a direct translation of the original title Dikiy myod) is a Soviet 1966 war drama directed by Vladimir Chebotaryov and starring Alla Larionova as Varvara Knyazhich, a female war correspondent who works on frontline in Summer 1943 during the Battle of Kursk.
The following weapons were used in the film Wild Honey (Dikiy myod):
Lt. Kukurechny (Viktor Uralskiy) carries a Nagant M1895 revolver.
All Soviet officers carry holsters for Tokarev TT-33 pistols. The only character who uses a TT in action is Lt. Col. Kustov (Yuri Kireyev).
Numerous Soviet officers and soldiers, including Col. Lazhechnikov (Vladimir Samoylov), Capts. Zhuk (Nikolay Pogodin) and Murashko (Daniil Netrebin), carry PPSh-41 SMGs with drum magazines.
MP40 SMGs are briefly seen in hands of German soldiers.
Double Barreled Shotgun
A geologist (Lev Polyakov) carries a Double Barreled Shotgun in the opening scene that is set twenty years after the war.
Mosin Nagant M1891/30
Many Soviet soldiers are armed with Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles.
Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbine
Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbines are also used by Soviet soldiers.
A DP-27 is briefly seen in division headquarters in the final scene.
PTRD-41 AT rifles and their crewmembers play a valuable role in the storyline.
PTRS-41 AT rifles are seen only out of action.
RPG-43 Anti-tank Grenade
When AT rifles run dry, Pvt. Fedyak (Stanislav Chekan) and Maj. Serbin (Valentin Zubkov) use RPG-43 Anti-tank Grenades against German tanks.
Some kind of training AT grenades are used by Soviet soldiers during the training for anti-tank combat.
76.2-mm M1927 Infantry Gun
76.2-mm M1927 guns are seen in several scenes.
85-mm 52-K AA Gun
A number of 85-mm 52-K (M1939) AA guns are seen on positions.
122-mm M-30 Howitzer
122-mm M-30 howitzers are seen in several scenes.
152-mm ML-20 Howitzer
The 152 mm howitzer M1937 (ML-20) is seen during the opening credits.
Soviet T-34-85 tanks are seen in several battle scenes. In reality only T-34-76 were available during the Battle of Kursk.
Anachronistic T-54 tanks are also seen in action. Two versions of this tank can be seen.
Fake Tiger I
German Tiger I tanks appear to be visually modified T-34 tanks.