Slingboy (Original: Práče) is a 1960 Czech black-and-white war movie directed by Karel Kachyna. The story begins at the end of WWII, when a small orphan boy, František Bureš (Michal Koblic), who was liberated from a concentration camp, arrives in the rear unit of Czechoslovak army. He becomes the unit's mascot, and is given the nickname "Slingboy", after Czech boys who had fought with slingshots in the Czech Hussite armies of the 15th century.
The following guns were used in the film Slingboy:
Nagant M1895 Revolver
The basic weapon of the Czechoslovak soldiers in the USSR is a PPSh-41 submachine gun.
Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine
A lot of Czechoslovak soldiers at the end of the war were armed with Mosin Nagant M44 Carbines.
RGD-33 Stick Grenade
Czechoslovak soldiers qre equipped with Soviet RGD-33 Stick Grenades.
On the platform in a concentration camp lay a Panzerfaust.
František (Michal Koblic) found in the forest a German landmine.
152 mm howitzer-gun M1937 (ML-20)
František (Michal Koblic) is based on the Czechoslovak artillery 152 mm howitzer.
Around a Czechoslovak military laundry droved Soviet T-34 tanks.