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Arbiter (Arbitr), The
The Arbiter (original title Arbitr) is a 1992 Russian detective thriller directed by Ivan Okhlobystin and starring himself as a rookie but ambitious Ugolovny Rozysk (criminal police) detective who hunts for a mysterious vigilante known as "The Arbiter".
The following weapons were used in the film The Arbiter (Arbitr):
A Luger P08 is Andrei's (Ivan Okhlobystin) personal firearm. In one scene it is seen in hands of his wife Anna (Alyona Khmelnitskaya).
Another pistol, used by Andrei (Ivan Okhlobystin), is a Walther P38. P38s are also used by Vladimir Ivanovich (Rolan Bykov) and "The Arbiter" (Aleksandr Solovyov).
During the shootout in abandoned workshop Vladimir Ivanovich's (Rolan Bykov) Walther P38 switches to a TT-33 in a continuity error. In the same scene "The Arbiter" (Aleksandr Solovyov) also carries a TT.
During the shootout in abandoned workshop one of Andrei's men is armed with a Mauser C96.
FN Model 1905
Roma (Fyodor Bondarchuk) carries a pocket pistol as a backup weapon. It appears to be a FN Model 1905 or some of its numerous clones of Spanish Eibar origin (the shape of the front side of the frame differs a little from the original FN pistol).
During the shootout in abandoned workshop Roma (Fyodor Bondarchuk) carries an MP40 that he calls his father's wartime trophy.
Sawed-off Double Barreled Shotgun
"The Arbiter" (Aleksandr Solovyov) uses a double barrelled sawed-off shotgun during the shootout in abandoned workshop. Most likely this shotgun is a sawed-off TOZ-63 or TOZ-66.
A suppressed AKS-74U is used by "The Arbiter" (Aleksandr Solovyov) during the shootout in abandoned workshop. The suppressor appears to be not a mockup, as it is common in movies, but a real PBS.
An AKM is used by a criminal during the shootout with Andrei and Vladimir Ivanovich.