|Wild Field (Dikoe pole)
Wild Field (Russian title Дикое поле; Dikoe pole) is a 1991 Soviet film
The following weapons were used in the film Wild Field (Dikoe pole):
Kon-Holova (Les Serdyuk) carry Flintlock Pistol on the belt.
Russian Cavalry Pistol M1809 - .70 cal
IZh-18 (mocked-up as flintlock musket)
Ataman Sidor (Boris Rubashkin), Nikita Sarychev (Vladimir Antonik), Fatima (Matlyuba Alimova), Lub (Oleg Korchikov), Muzaffar (Mintai Utepbergenov), Kon-Holova (Les Serdyuk), Ustin (Valentin Golubenko), Lukyan Chiga (Nikolai Gusarov), Martyn (Nikolay Shevkunenko), Foka (Yuriy Alekseev), Yermolaika (Oleg Pyankov) uses IZh-18s, which mocked up as varios types of Doglock Muskets throughout the movie and fires it many times. All this guns has a typical spur on the trigger guard and lack of the hammer (which differ it from (IZh-17 and IZh-K)
Baikal MP-18M-M, a modern version of IZh-18
Crafted in the Swedish style, this was the first dog lock style or "English lock" introduced into English forces and was used in the English Civil War.
Muszkiet wałowy z zamkiem skałkowym
Lukyan Chiga (Nikolai Gusarov) grabs his "musket"...
...and hits his opponent by the buttstock. The typical spur on the trigger guard can be seen.
Ataman Sidor (Boris Rubashkin) with the "musket".
Martyn (Nikolay Shevkunenko) fires. Note the facke flintlock daesn't moving.
Fatima (Matlyuba Alimova) aims.
Fatima (Matlyuba Alimova) fires.
Lukyan Chiga (Nikolai Gusarov) readies his "musket".