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Talk:Broken/Night Riders \x28Nocn\xed jazdci\x29

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Unidentified Pistol

The first thing that came to my mind for the Unidentified Pistol is the FÉG 37M pistol. Even though it's originally a Hungarian pistol, the period/area would make the FÉG 37M a credible option for this movie, --PeeWee055 14:16, 30 July 2012 (CDT)

Thx very much! I know only Frommer Stop as Austrian-Hungarian service gun. This model is in 1919 anachronismus. Without you I would not be able to identify this weapon.--Pandolfini 15:34, 30 July 2012 (CDT)

I corrected your entry for the Femaru 37M, please don't mention guns that are not in the movie. The idea of this site is to identify guns shown in movies, not really to explain what should be more correct, --PeeWee055 14:29, 31 July 2012 (CDT) You can should be reconciled all type, that there was in every village other dog . Frommer Stop is of Frommer precursor 29, and this pistol turn is the predecessor Frommer 37. Femaru is only brand name, not the type of weapon.--Pandolfini 09:35, 1 August 2012 (CDT)

Unidentified rifle

It seems to me that the unidentified rifle is a hunting shotgun rebuild from Steyr Mannlicher M95 rifle. Such weapons were widely made in Russia after WW1 and WW2 when many surplus military rifles of old or foreign models were available. They were known in Russia as "Frolovka" by the name of engineer Pyotr Frolov. "Frolovka" shotguns were made from Mosin Nagant, Mauser, Mannlicher, Berdan and Gras rifles, mostly in 28 and 32 gauge. The movie gun can be Russian-manufactured or maybe the similar rebuilding of old rifles were made in Czechoslovakia also. Greg-Z 15:08, 31 July 2012 (CDT) I´m find picture of this gun here - [1]


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