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The Priest (Pop)

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The Priest (Pop)
Pop Poster.jpg
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Vladimir Khotinenko
Release Date 2009
Language Russian
Studio Pravoslavnaya Encyclopaedia
Main Cast
Character Actor
Father Aleksandr Ionin Sergey Makovetskiy
Alevtina Ionina Nina Usatova
Eva Elizaveta Arzamasova
Aleksey Lugotintsev Kirill Pletnyov
Col. Freihausen Anatoliy Lobotskiy
Vladykin Stepan Morozov

The Priest (Pop) is a 2009 Russian drama directed by Vladimir Khotinenko. It depicts the life of the Russian Orthodox Church priest Father Aleksandr Ionin (Sergey Makovetskiy) on Nazi occupied territory during World War II.

The following weapons were used in the film The Priest (Pop):


Tokarev TT-33

In the final scene an NKVD (Soviet political police) officer holds a Tokarev TT-33 pistol.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
NKVD officer aims his pistol at Father Aleksandr.

Luger P08

In one scene a German soldier Hans (Aleksey Senchilo) carries a Luger P08 pistol.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
Hans carries Luger tucked in his boot.
He threatens a Russian girl.
He fires.

Submachine Guns


Several German soldiers carry MP38 SMGs. Captured MP38 are seen in hands of Russian partizans.

MP38 - 9x19mm
A German soldier at the right holds an MP38.
A German soldier with MP38 escorts Soviet POWs.
The political commissair of Soviet partizans is armed with a captured MP38.
A German soldier in the middle holds an MP38.


MP40 are seen in several scenes.

MP40 - 9x19mm
A close view on the MP40.


An MP41 is briefly seen carried by a German soldier.

MP41 - 9x19 mm
An MP41 is seen at the right.


PPSh-41 SMGs are seen in hands of Soviet soldiers and partizans. In one scene a German soldier poses for a photograph with a captured PPSh.

PPSh-41 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A partizan at the left is armed with a PPSh.
A German soldier poses with a PPSh.


Karabiner 98k

Most German soldiers and Hilfspolizei (auxiliary police) carry Karabiner 98k rifles.

Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser
German soldiers, armed with 98k rifles, pose for a photograph with captured Soviet banner.
A German soldier in the middle carries a 98k rifle.
A German motorcyclist carries a 98k rifle.
A Hilfspolizei soldier fires a 98k rifle on shooting range.
Hilfspolizei soldier Vladykin (Stepan Morozov) aims his rifle.
A close view at the barrel.
Three German soldiers at the right are armed with 98k rifles.
A German soldier at the right holds a 98k rifle.

Mosin Nagant M1891/30

In the final scene many Sovier soldiers carry Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles.

Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
A German soldier at the left is armed with a Russian M1891/30 rifle.
Soviet soldiers at the left are armed with M91/30 rifles.
Soviet soldiers with M91/30 rifles and a captured MG34 machine gun.

Mosin Nagant Sawn-Off Rifle ("Obrez")

A sawn-off Mosin Nagant rifle (so called "obrez") is used by Aleksey Lugotintsev (Kirill Pletnyov).

Mosin Nagant "obrez" with pistol grip, similar to the one used in the film.
Aleksey Lugotintsev fires at German soldiers.
Another view at the "obrez".
Aleksey reloads. A pistol grip is seen.
A close view at the muzzle.

Machine Guns

MG 34

MG 34 machine guns are seen in several scenes.

MG 34 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
An MG 34 is mounted in the sidecar.
An MG 34 on tripod is seen at the right.
A Soviet soldier carries a captured MG 34 in the final scene.
An MG 34 is seen at the left.

Degtyaryov DT

A Degtyaryov DT coaxial machine gun is mounted on BT-5 tank.

DT machine gun - 7.62x54mm R
A barrel of DT (possibly a mockup) is seen in the turret.


Soviet BT-5 light tank.

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