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Kruglyanskiy Bridge (Kruglyanskiy most)
Kruglyanskiy Bridge (Kruglyanskiy most) is a Soviet 1990 (filmed 1989) war drama directed by Aleksandr Moroz and based on the novel by Vasil Bykov. In November 1942 in Nazi-occupied Belorussia four partisans are sent on a mission to destroy a small wooden bridge near the village of Kruglyany.
The following weapons were used in the film Kruglyanskiy Bridge (Kruglyanskiy most):
Maslakov (Vladimir Bobrikov), the commander of the group, carries a PPSh-41 submachine gun. When Maslakov is killed in action, his PPSh is used by Stepan Tovkach (Aleksandr Kukareko) and Danila Shpak (Pyotr Soldatov).
Some partisans are armed with MP40 submachine guns.
Mosin Nagant M1891 Infantry
Stepan Tovkach (Aleksandr Kukareko) and several other partisans carry Mosin Nagant M1891 Infantry rifles.
Mosin Nagant M1891/30
Most partisans are armed with Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles.
Mosin Nagant "obrez"
Danila Shpak (Pyotr Soldatov) carries a Mosin Nagant "obrez", in accordance with the original novel.
Britvin (Vladimir Gritsevskiy) carries an SVT-40 semi-auto rifle.
Hilfspolizei on guard of the bridge, notably Mitya's father (Leonid Dyachkov), carry Karabiner 98k rifles. Due to a continuity error, Stepan Tovkach's (Aleksandr Kukareko) M91 switches to a Kar 98k when he and Maslakov go to the bridge.