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My Joy (Russian Счастье моё; Schastye moyo; Ukrainian Щастя моє; Shchastya moye) is a 2010 co-filmed German, Ukrainian, Dutch road movie. The story takes place at the unknown Russian villages and the main hero is the trucker Georgy (Viktor Nemets).
The following weapons were used in the film My Joy:
Several Militiamen (Russian policemen) as well as two Russian Deputy's (Dmitriy Bykovskiy-Romashov) and (Pavel Vorozhtsov) carry Makarov PM pistols in their holsters.
Old Man (Vladimir Golovin) owns the Walther P38 pistol. After his death Georgy (Viktor Nemets) takes it for himself. At the film climax, he uses it to commit massacre (mass murder of five people).
Mosin Nagant M91/30
Two soldiers (Timofey Tribuntsev) and (Pavel Chukreev) carries Mosin Nagant M91/30s.
Two Russian Deputy (Dmitriy Bykovskiy-Romashov) and (Pavel Vorozhtsov) uses the AKS-74U rifles at the film climax.