|The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes|
and Dr. Watson
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (Priklyucheniya Sherloka Holmsa i doktora Vatsona) is a Soviet 1980 mini-series, the second part of 1979-1987 TV series Priklyucheniya Sherloka Holmsa i doktora Vatsona, a screen adaptation of a number of Arthur Conan Doyle's novels and stories, directed by Igor Maslennikov and starring Vasily Livanov as Sherlock Holmes and Vitaly Solomin as Dr. Watson. It contains three feature-length episodes: "The King of Blackmail" ("Korol shantazha"), based on The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton; "The Deadly Fight" ("Smertelnaya skhvatka"), based on The Final Problem; and "The Hunt for the Tiger" ("Okhota na tigra"), based on The Adventure of the Empty House.
The following weapons were used in the film The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (Priklyucheniya Sherloka Holmsa i doktora Vatsona):
British Constabulary revolver
Like in the first part, a Belgian copy of Webley RIC revolver known as "British Constabulary" is used by Sherlock Holmes (Vasily Livanov). Same revolver is also briefly seen in hands of Inspector Lestrade in "The Hunt for the Tiger" episode.
Belgian "British Constabulary" revolver, c.1894 - .380. While most "British Constabulary" revolvers has round barrels, this one has faceted barrel, like the screen gun.
The revolver on the table during the conversation between Holmes and Moriarty in "The Deadly Fight". Note that the chambers of the cylinder are empty.
A close view of the revolver in same scene. Note the difference of the chambers with previous screenshot.
Sherlock Holmes examines his Constabulary revolver in the same scene.
Holmes in disguise holds the revolver.
Inspector Lestrade with Constabulary revolver in "The Hunt for the Tiger".
A Webley Bulldog revolver (most likely a Belgian copy) is seen in Sherlock Holmes' handbag in "The King of Blackmail". Possibly same revolver is briefly seen in "The Deadly Fight".
Belgian copy of a Webley Bulldog - 32 caliber
The revolver in the handbag in "The King of Blackmail".
When Holmes leaves 221B Baker Street in "The Deadly Fight", he takes a compact revolver. The gun is seen unclear but it can be the same Bulldog.
Another view of the revolver.
Smith & Wesson .44 Double Action
Both Sherlock Holmes (Vasily Livanov) and Dr. Watson (Vitaly Solomin) use a Smith & Wesson .44 Double Action revolver (most likely not original S&W but a European, possibly Spanish clone) in "The King of Blackmail" and "The Deadly Fight".
Smith & Wesson .44 Double Action - .44 Russian
Sherlock Holmes draws Smith & Wesson in "The King of Blackmail".
Watson holds his revolver when the duo sneak in Milverton's house.
Another view of the same scene.
Watson holds the revolver when he and Holmes hastely retreat after Milveron's death.
Holmes takes a Smith & Wesson when he leaves 221B Baker Street in "The Deadly Fight".
Watson examines the place of the last fight of Holmes and Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls.
Another view of Watson's revolver in same scene.
Watson uses his revolver to pistol-whip Colonel Moran in "The Hunt for the Tiger".
Charles Augustus Milverton (Boris Ryzhukhin) is armed with a Lefaucheux revolver in "The King of Blackmail".
Milverton draws his revolver when Holmes and Watson try to take away compromising documents by force.
Another view of the revolver.
Smith & Wesson Military & Police
In "The Hunt for the Tiger" several police constables are armed with Smith & Wesson Military & Police revolvers. The revolvers have pre-Model 10 rounded front sights.
Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 4" barrel - .38 Special
A constable holds his revolver next to Inspector Lestrade.
Another view of same revolver.
Another view of the scene.
Smith & Wesson 4th Model
What appears to be a Smith & Wesson 4th Model revolver is used by lady Huxley (Valentina Panina) in "The King of Blackmail".
Smith & Wesson 4th Model Double Action - .32 S&W
Lady Huxley draws her revolver.
Rifles and Muskets
Marlin Model 1889
Colonel Sebastian Moran (Nikolai Kryukov) is armed with Marlin Model 1889 in the scene at the Reichenbach Falls in "The Deadly Fight" (seen again as a flashback in "The Hunt for the Tiger").
Marlin Model 1889 - .44-40 WCF
Another view of the scene.
A close view of the barrel.
A general view of the rifle.
Moran puts the rifle in the case.
Sporterized Vetterli Model 1869/70
In the "The Hunt for the Tiger" Colonel Sebastian Moran (Nikolai Kryukov) uses the weapon that is described as "specially designed airgun". The screen gun appears to be a Vetterli Model 1869/70 rifle in the sporterized configuration, with the handguard shortcut for most of its length, retain the original 11-shot tube magazine, and slightly shortened barrel. Probably the same gun is seen in The Last Hunt (Poslednyaya okhota), filmed by the studio and same year.
Sporterized Vetterli M1878/81 with an original long magazine - 10.4mm. The rifle in the movie has a barrel shortened to the length of the magazine, and additional ring mounts for durability.
Colonel Moran with his rifle.
A good view on the barrel.
The bolt handle can be seen.
Dr. Watson holds the rifle taken from Moran. The arrow points at trigger guard that allow to identify the original weapon.
Inspector Lestrade holds the rifle.
Percussion Cap Musket
A percussion cap hunting musket is seen in final scenes of "The Deadly Fight". The gun has military style sights, so it is supposed to be a converted military gun, possibly Enfield Pattern 1853.
Enfield Pattern 1853 - .577 Ball
A musket is seen on the wall in Swiss hotel.
Peter Stahler, Jr. (Ignat Leirer
), the Swiss hotel owner, holds the musket in the final scene.
The buttstock of Stahler's musket.
The barrel of Stahler's musket.