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Talk:The Mirage of Love (Tuman buolbut taptal)

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The gun is most likely a Russian hunting percussion cap gun, nicknamed "Shompolka" (шомполка), widely used in Siberia in late XIX - early XX century. Tecnically and visually it is quite similar to Kentucky rifle except it was more often smoothbore than rifle. --Greg-Z (talk) 05:51, 6 July 2018 (EDT)

Tuman buolbut taptal
Tuman buolbut taptal poster.jpg
DVD cover
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Arkady Novikov
Release Date 2007
Language Yakut
Studio Sakhafilm
Main Cast
Character Actor
Saiyyna Aleksandra Skryabina
Bylatyan Konstantin Skryabin
Nyukuu Gavril Spiridonov

Tuman buolbut taptal (Yakut: Туман буолбут таптал; Tuman buolbut taptal, Russian Марево любви; Marevo lyubvi') is a 2007 Russian filmed Yakut language horror movie, based on the Yakut mythology (Yakuts are one of the vey few peoples of modern Russia, that belives in thier native belive).

The following weapons were used in the film Tuman buolbut taptal:

Kentucky Percussion Rifle

Bylatyan (Konstantin Skryabin) and Nyukuu (Gavril Spiridonov) both uses Kentucky Percussion Rifle thhroughout the movie.

Traditions Kentucky Muzzleloading Rifle 50 Caliber Percussion 33.5" Blued Barrel Select Hardwood Stock
Bylatyan (Konstantin Skryabin) carry the rifle on the sling. The rifle is clearly percussion.
The muzzle is seen. Note, that's rusty, which means the old age of this gun.
The sling attachin position is seen.
The percussion lock is seen again.
The hammer shape is seen in the darkness.
Nyukuu (Gavril Spiridonov) holds the rifle. The hammer shape is seen clearly, althought through the fishnet.
The trigger guard can be seen.
Nyukuu loads his rifle. Note, that this rifle is muzzleloaded.
The buttstock can be seen. Note, that the sling attached a few inches under the guard.
The trigger guard is seen again.

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