10 KGB Spy Toys

KGB Spy Toys


Look through the small devices that were used by agents of KGB some dozens of years ago.

A camouflaged gun in miniature.

This electronic listening system was used successfully until it was found by KGB agents.

The 4,5mm gun is hidden inside a lipstick.

Another small gun in the pipe

The gun fires cyanide.

A small camera is hidden inside a pen.

There is a recess in these sleeve-buttons; middle of the XXth century

A coin with a recess inside; middle of the XXth century

A small camera that looked like a button, the 1970s

Put one fastener on top of the other one and you will get a compass.

A case gun based on AKS-74U, it lets transport secretely the gun such as AKS – 74U or a hunting semi-automatic carbine Vulkan – TK 5,45х39.

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10 Responses to “KGB Spy Toys”

  1. geoff says:

    The gun fires cyanide ??……..that’s very um ?? …….hmmm……??…….cyanide…….hmmm

  2. Y5K says:

    I’ve never seen non-mp5k version of case gun before.

    Not just for transport, isn’t that gun-case also made to shoot the gun inside of it like mp5k’s?

  3. (r)evolutionist says:

    Whatever. Wasted money, time, lives. Preserve a forest and you’ve both progressed humanity and can use it to hide in (a la Antonov!). Although I’ve got no quarrel with the compass (that deserves a Lenin Prize).

  4. irix says:

    Nice Stuff, thought some like tree branch was American not KGB, thought it was confiscated some time later, it was in example solar powered (BTW also it would be fun if someone write more back-story about). Also fastener dates from WWII well before KGB was formed. Nice devices actually.

  5. Osip says:

    My favorite is R2D2 listening device. Is this British or American??

  6. Andrius says:

    I’ve got almost the same sleeve-buttons, but gadgetless :(

  7. CZenda says:

    Guess the most famous KGB contraption is the umbrella used to murder the Bulgarian dissident. It was also used in a French comedy (starring Pierre Richard).

  8. Gordsky says:

    I can’t help but wonder how many Soviet era women might have grabbed a cyanide laced lipstick by mistake? OOPS

  9. Mr. Fox says:

    glove gun -> isn’t it british soe weapon?

  10. Bill says:

    Never, ever, leave James Bond alone, in a room, with a Russian spy/babe!!

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