Subjective resultatives (SR) are constructed from intransitive verbs that denote a change of state. In Czech, a participle in -l- is often used. Russian is said to have only very restricted SR as most intransitive non-reflexive verbs do not form a “passive” participle in n/t. Indeed, in parallel texts from the Czech National Corpus, Russian very often uses other constructions where Czech uses a SR construction. However, the evidence also shows that at least in some cases Russian past active participles in (в)ш- can be found in SR constructions. This formal type has been practically omitted in the literature so far. Evidence from the Russian National Corpus indicates that semantically it seems rather close to Czech SR. Its productivity, restrictions and other parameters will have to be subject to further investigation — as well as many aspects of Czech subjective resultatives.