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The Saboteur 3: Crimea (Diversant. Krym) is a Russian 2020 war mini-series. In July 1942, Leonid Filatov (Aleksey Bardukov) and Aleksey Bobrikov (Kirill Pletnyov) are send on a mission in Nazi occupied Crimea. They must locate and assassinate former Soviet Navy officer Capt. 1st Rank Ivan Aleksandrov who is accused of treason and surrendering to the enemy of the key defense line of Sevastopol.
Diversant. Krym is the third installment in Diversant TV series, an interquel that is set between The Saboteur (Diversant) (2004) and The Saboteur 2: The End of the War (Diversant. Konets voyny) (2007).
The following weapons were used in the film The Saboteur 3: Crimea (Diversant. Krym):
Nagant M1895 revolvers are used by field medic Lida (Darya Rumyantseva), partisans radio operator Zoya (Sofiya Kuskova), and German Oberleutnant Hans Gerhard Bahnsen (Artyom Alekseev), the commander of Brandenburg special forces unit.
Nagant M1895 - 7.62x38R Nagant. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
Lida (at the right) fires at a German saboteur, disguised as a Red Army soldier.
Bahnsen, disguised as a Red Army Lt., fires a Nagant.
Another view of the same scene.
Bahnsen aims his Nagant at shell-shocked Capt. 1st Rank Aleksandrov (Sergey Koltakov
) and takes the latter's TT-33
Another view of the same scene.
Zoya carries a Nagant in holster.
A close-up of the muzzle and the front sight of Bahnsen's revolver.
TT-33 pistols are used by Soviet officers Capt. 1st Rank Ivan Andreevich Aleksandrov (Sergey Koltakov), Capt. 3rd Rank Gorenko (Valeriy Grishko), the commander of the partisans unit Maj. Konstantin Pavlovich Lazhechnikov (Aleksandr Bukharov) and the commissar of the partisans unit Capt. Sedykh (Andrey Fomin).
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Post-1947 version.
Shell-shocked Aleksandrov holds a TT. In next moment Oberleutnant
Bahnsen (Artyom Alekseev) disarms him. The pistol is post-1947 version. Note the screw in the frame above the trigger, probably a part of deactivation of the pistol.
Sedykh holds a TT in action.
Lazhechnikov aims his TT at Filatov and Bobrikov.
Gorenko draws his TT and gives it to Aleksandrov.
A close-up of Gorenko's pistol.
Aleksandrov in shootout with Bahnsen.
Hauptman (Capt.) Junghans (Adrian Zwicker) carries a Luger P08 in several scenes.
Junghans executes Soviet POWs.
Junghans draws the Luger. The holster is seen.
Junghans gets out from the car with the Luger in hand.
Soviet saboteurs Junior Lieutenants Leonid Mikhaylovich Filatov (Aleksey Bardukov) and Aleksey Petrovich Bobrikov (Kirill Pletnyov) carry Walther P38 pistols during the special operation. Several German officers are armed with P38 pistols.
Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
Bobrikov and Filatov with P38s.
In the scene in the camp for Soviet POWs, Hauptman
Junghans' (Adrian Zwicker) holds a Walther P38 instead of his common Luger P08
Bobrikov, disguised as a German officer, holds a P38.
Hans Gerhard Bahnsen (Artyom Alekseev) intimidates captured Bobrikov.
Filatov fires Bahnsen's pistol.
Margo Schmidt (Darya Zhovner), an aide of the German harbormaster and a Soviet agent, uses a Walther PP in several scenes.
War Time Walther PP - .32 ACP
Margo fires at Hauptman
Margo fires at a German soldier who just had gunned down her sister Liza.
The Walther on the ground.
Margo readies her pistol. The engraving on the frame is seen.
Soviet soldiers, sailors and partisans, as well as German saboteurs widely use PPSh-41 submachine guns.
PPSh-41 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A PPSh is seen on the Soviet positions (at the far right).
A German saboteur in the Soviet uniform fires a PPSh during the operation of seizing the defence positions at Sevastopol. Another PPSh is seen on the trench parapet at the background.
Saboteurs of Oberleutnant
Bahnsen's unit hold PPSh-41s during the training.
Sailor Senya Korol (Aleksandr Oblasov), in German uniform, fires a PPSh.
One of Bahnsen's subordinates with a PPSh.
Some mockups of the PPSh are also seen.
A sailor in center holds a mockup of the PPSh.
Sailors with mockup PPSh-41s are seen on a promotional image.
In several scenes German soldiers and Soviet partisans carry MP38 submachine guns. This is possibly the same prop reused, judging by the wiped to nearly white metal parts.
One of Bahnsen's subordinates carries an MP38 in the scene in the camp for Soviet POWs.
The same character fires his MP38 in response to the sniper shots.
A sentry NCO at the German military hospital.
guards wounded Capt. 1st rank Aleksandrov.
A Soviet sailor with an MP38.
Senya Korol (Aleksandr Oblasov), in German uniform, with a Mauser sniper rifle on sling and an MP38 in hands.
Bahnsen's subordinate aims the submachine gun at Filatov.
Oberleutnant Hans Gerhard Bahnsen (Artyom Alekseev), several of his soldiers and a Hilfspolizei carry MP40 submachine guns in several scenes.
carries an MP40.
Bahnsen's subordinate carries an MP40 in the scene in the camp for Soviet POWs.
A soldier holds an MP40 during the combing of the forest.
Bahnsen holds two MP40s, his own and another one, found in the partisans camp.
SVT-40 rifles are used by the Soviet sailors and German soldiers and Hilfspolizei.
Tokarev SVT-40 - 7.62x54mmR
One of the sailors in the trench holds an SVT-40.
In the scene in the Sevastopol port, a German soldier at the far left holds an SVT-40.
carries an SVT-40 in the same scene.
A German soldier in center holds an SVT-40.
One of Bahnsen's saboteurs in the Soviet uniform carries an SVT-40.
Another view of the same man's SVT.
The same man (in center) carries the SVT in another scene.
A sailor with an SVT-40 on a promotional image. The sword bayonet that seen on his belt is for SVT-38
A sailor carries a mockup of the SVT-40.
Mosin Nagant M1891/30
Senya Korol (Aleksandr Oblasov) and several other Soviet sailors and partisans carry Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles.
Mosin Nagant M1891/30 - 7.62x54mm R
A sailor in the trench holds an M91/30 rifle.
Senya Korol's rifle is seen at the far left.
Senya Korol in close combat with a German saboteur.
Senya Korol with the rifle in hands.
Senya Korol sleeps with his rifle at hand.
A Romanian soldier at the left holds an M91/30 rifle in the scene in the Sevastopol port.
Senya Korol with an M91/30 rifle on a promotional image.
Mosin Nagant M1891/30 Sniper Rifle
Mosin Nagant M1891/30 Sniper Rifles, without the scopes but idenfitied by the turned down bolt handles and brackets for scopes, are seen in hands of Soviet soldiers and partisans, and German saboteurs.
Mosin Nagant M91/30 Sniper Rifle with PU 3.5x sniper scope and down turned bolt handle - 7.62x54mm R
Vadik Lukhovitskiy (Eldar Kalimulin) holds an M91/30 Sniper rifle. The bracket for the scope is seen.
Another view of Lukhovitskiy's rifle. The turned down bolt handle is seen.
A sailor holds an M91/30 Sniper rifle with bayonet during the close combat with German saboteurs.
A saboteur with an M91/30 Sniper rifle.
Partisan Sanya (Konstantin Gaponov
) holds an M91/30 Sniper rifle. Later he is seen with a standard M91/30 rifle.
Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbine
Mosin Nagant M1938 Carbines are briefly seen in hands of Soviet soldiers.
Mosin Nagant M38 Carbine - 7.62x54mm R
The M1938 Carbine is best seen on a promotional image.
Mosin Nagant M1944 Carbine
Anachronistic Mosin Nagant M1944 Carbines are also used by Soviet sailors and partisans, and German saboteurs. The carbines have the folding bayonets removed but the brackets are still seen.
Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine, with attached side-folding bayonet - 7.62x54mm R. Screen guns have their bayonets removed.
A German saboteur in Soviet uniform (at the left) holds an M44 Carbine.
An M44 Carbine of a sailor.
Vadik Lukhovitskiy (Eldar Kalimulin) holds an M44 Carbine in the scene in partisans camp.
Lukhovitskiy's carbine is seen at the right.
A partisan carries an M44 Carbine.
Filatov holds two M44 Carbines and an M91/30 rifle.
A close-up of the barrel of a saboteur's carbine.
The same man holds his carbine.
German soldiers widely use Karabiner 98k rifles.
Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser. Manufactured in Germany, 1937.
carries a Kar 98k.
A German soldier carries a Kar 98k.
A soldier escorts captured Capt. 1st Rank Aleksandrov.
Soldiers near the German military hospital carry Kar 98k rifles.
Soldiers with 98k rifles during the arrest of Filatov and Bobrikov in the hospital.
German soldiers with 98k rifles in the scene in the Sevastopol port.
Soldiers of Bahnsen's unit with 98k rifles.
A soldier at the background holds a 98k during the interrogation of Filatov.
A soldier escorts Bobrikov into the cave where the ammo is stored.
Mauser vz.24 Sniper Rifle
Leonid Filatov (Aleksey Bardukov) carries a vz. 24 Czech Mauser with a sniper scope (supposedly ZF4) and a sound suppressor during the mission. Later the rifle is used by Senya Korol (Aleksandr Oblasov). The rifle lacks the standard grasping grooves, such feature is sometimes seen on reworked Gewehr 24(t).
Czech vz. 24 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Filatov with the sniper rifle.
Another view of the same scene.
Filatov, in German uniform, prepares for the sniper shot.
A good view of the rifle.
Filatov climbs on the mountain with rifle in hands.
A good view of the sniper scope.
Senya Korol, in German uniform, carries the sniper rifle.
Leonid Filatov carries the sniper rifle on a promotional image.
Leonid Filatov holds the sniper rifle on a promotional image.
DP-27 machine guns are briefly seen in several scenes.
Degtyaryov DP-27 - 7.62x54mm R
A partisan carries a DP-27 at the background.
A German saboteur in Red Army uniform holds a DP-27 at the right.
Soviet sailors and soldiers use Maxim M1910/30 machine guns.
Maxim M1910/30, post-1941 manufacture with top hatch on cooling jacket allowing it to be filled more quickly or with snow - 7.62x54mmR
A Maxim is seen in distance on a promotional image.
An anachronistic SG-43 machine gun is mounted on a tanker. It is seen only partially, even the kind of mounting is unknown but it's more likely a tripod or a naval pintle mount.
Goryunov SGM on tripod - 7.62x54mm R
RPD-44 (visually modified as MG34)
An RPD-44, visually modified to resemble an MG34, is seen in several scenes, notably used by Senya Korol (Aleksandr Oblasov).
MG34 with front and rear sights folded down - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The barrel is taken from a real MG34, like it is done on visually modified PK machine guns
, a more common version of fake MG34 in Soviet and Russian films.
Senya Korol with the machine gun, mounted on the motorcycle sidecar. The receiver allows to identify the weapon as RPD-44.
Another view of the same scene.
The motorcycle-mounted fake MG34 in the scene in the camp for Soviet POWs.
Senya Korol fires the fake MG34.
The fake MG34 is seen during the training of Bahnsen's unit.
Senya Korol fires the fake MG34 on a promotional image.
An MG42 is seen in the scene in the camp for Soviet POWs.
The position of an MG42 is seen through the binoculars.
OSSh-42 Flare Pistol
Oberleutnant Bahnsen (Artyom Alekseev) uses an OSSh-42 Flare Pistol.
OSSh-42 Flare Pistol - 26.5mm
Bahnsen, disguised as a Soviet Lt., carries an OSSh-42 tucked into his belt.
He shoots the flare pistol.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
Model 24 Stielhandgranate hand grenades are used by the German saboteurs, including Oberleutnant Bahnsen (Artyom Alekseev), and by Soviet partisans.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" high-explosive fragmentation hand grenade
Bahnsen, in the Soviet uniform, carries a bag with several stick hand grenades.
A thrown grenade is seen in midair.
Several grenades and a PPSh-41
are seen on the table.
F-1 Hand Grenade
Aleksey Bobrikov (Kirill Pletnyov) holds an F-1 hand grenade in one scene.
F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
RG-42 Hand Grenade
Aleksey Bobrikov (Kirill Pletnyov) plants several RG-42 hand grenades as booby traps in the cave where the ammo was stored. RG-42 grenades are also seen in the Soviet trench during the defence of Sevastopol.
RG-42 Soviet fragmentation hand grenade
Several RG-42 are seen at the foreground in the trench.
RG-42 grenades are used as booby traps.
82 mm BM-37 Mortars are used as stand-ins for German Granatwerfer 34 when Bahnsen's unit attack the Soviet partisans camp.
Soviet 82mm BM-37 Mortar, early model
The mortars at the foreground and at the right are raised on too low angle. The correct angle for the mortar fire is seen on the weapon at the background.
The mortar fires with unrealistic enormous muzzle flash.
45 mm Anti-Tank Gun M1937 (53-K)
45 mm 53-K AT guns are seen on Soviet positions.
M1937 (53-K) Soviet anti-tank gun - 45 mm (1.77 in)
A 45 mm AT gun is seen during the opening credits.
A 45 mm AT gun on positions.
A 45 mm gun is seen at the left.