The Road to Sich (Doroha na sich)
The Road to Sich (ukrainian title is Дорога на Січ; Doroha na sich) is a 1994 Ukrainian adventure film, directed by Serhiy Omelchuk (Cossacks Go (Kozaky Ydut)) and stared Vladimir Golubovich (who tragical died tragically during the filming).
PS. This film was filmed in low definition and had never been restored.
The following weapons were used in the film The Road to Sich (Doroha na sich):
Varios characters Flintlock Pistols. Pavlo Pokhylenko (Vladimir Golubovich) carry it at the second part of the movie and fires it several times. Dzhmil (Mikhail Golubovich), and several cossacks (one of the stared by Anatoli Barchuk) carry this pistol on the belts. Captain Jampolski (Vladimir Abazopulo) also uses one, later he gave it to Mother Superior (Yuliya Tkachenko).
Bodyguards of Count Potocki (Aleksandr Zadneprovsky) carry oriental style Flintlock Pistols. Count Potocki (Aleksandr Zadneprovsky) takes one and fires it in air.
Wheellock Musket (probably mock up)
Pavlo Pokhylenko (Vladimir Golubovich) and another one cossack carry a musket, by rotation, during the night watching. This gun was complitely seen only in darkness. Later the muzzle can be seen.
Sawn-off Single Barreled Shotgun (mocked Up)
Сornet Denys Kryha (Sergey Kucherenko) gave the Sawn-off mocked up Single Barreled Shotgun to Pavlo Pokhylenko (Vladimir Golubovich). Later, the similar (most likely, the same prop) gun can be seen in the hands of slaver Hrytsko (uncredited).
Cossacks fires cannon as signal.