12 Moscow Police Shows it’s  Seized Handgun Collection

Moscow Police Shows it’s Seized Handgun Collection

Posted on April 10, 2016 by tim


A most famous Moscow criminal police office has opened to the public its display of various seized handguns and other weapons the criminals have used over the years. Lot’s of interesting stuff they collected since 1946.

A lot of hand-made guns like the one above.

Gans from many foreign countries including Belgium and France.

Some exotic guns like this one “Le Protector” from France.

“Colibri” from Belgium.

Another exotic one from France.

And this one is unique one from USSR “TP-82″.

This one is called “The Shooting Knife” from China.

“Selfmade Shooting Gadget”.

Selfmade “revolver” pistol.

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12 Responses to “Moscow Police Shows it’s Seized Handgun Collection”

  1. Katarzyna Walus says:

    Amazing collection and nice pictures…Best Regards

  2. Jim Philopena says:

    10th picture down is desribed as a “Self Made Revolver”. But you can clearly see the Smith and Wesson logo. It’s ma S&W .38 Snub nose if I’m not mistaken.

    Maybe the grips were self made. But not the rest of the gun.

    • Johnny says:

      I also noticed the mistake about the Smith and Wesson. Also, and this is just pure conjecture, but I would wager that most of the more antique, exotic and bladed weapons were probably just in someone’s collection that got confiscated during a search rather than actually used in crimes.

    • Johnny says:

      I also noticed the mistake about the Smith and Wesson. Also, and this is just pure conjecture, but I would wager that most of the more antique, exotic and bladed weapons were probably just in someone’s collection that got confiscated rather than actually used in crimes.

  3. john dudley says:

    Excellent posting,very interesting.

  4. Dm says:

    lol. i have couple of the knives of page 10.

  5. m says:

    TP-82 (7th picture) is pretty unique survival gun dedicated for Soviet cosmonauts. “The Shooting Knife” on 8th picture isn’t really shooting nor from China. It is machette which also served as buttstock for the gun.

  6. Andrew Miller says:

    Great collection, the type of guns used by the Russian mob is really impressive.

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