|Antikiller 2: Antiterror
Antikiller 2: Antiterror (in opening credits and on some posters, the title is stylized as <Anti> killer2) is a 2003 Russian crime film, the sequel to 2002's Antikiller. Like the first movie, it is directed by Egor Konchalovskiy and based on the novel by Daniil Koretskiy. Filipp Korenev (Gosha Kutsenko), known as "Lis" (Fox), returns to service with the Ugolovny Rozysk (crime police). Together with his comrade-in-arms Litvinov (Sergey Veksler), "Lis" counters the activities of Chechen terrorist Uzhakh Aduev (Aleksey Serebryakov).
The movie was followed by one more sequel: Antikiller D.K. (2009). The franchise also includes a video game, Antikiller (2005). Antikiller 2 appeared as both a theatrical release and TV mini-series. The current page is based on the theatrical release.
The following weapons were used in the film Antikiller 2: Antiterror:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Umarex Walther CP88
On the day of Korenev's (Gosha Kutsenko) wedding, his superior Gen. Nyrkov (Aleksey Buldakov) gifts him a nickel plated Walther P88, fitted with a biometric access control system. In the final scene, the pistol falls into the hands of Uzhakh Aduev (Aleksey Serebryakov). The actual screen gun is a .177 pellet Umarex Walther CP88 replica.
Umarex Walther CP88 Nickel - .177 pellet
The pistol and accessories in the box.
Nyrkov hands the pistol to Korenev. "CP88" inscription can be seen.
"Lis" holds his pistol in the final scene.
Uzhakh tries to fire but the red light on the grip shows that the access control system prevents him from doing so.
"Lis" aims his pistol in a promotional still.
Umarex Walther CP99
Uzhakh Aduev's (Aleksey Serebryakov) personal handgun is a Walther P99. The actual screen gun is a .177 pellet Umarex Walther CP99 replica.
Walther CP99 - .177 pellet
Uzhakh holds his pistol at the left.
Uzhakh takes Lyuba as hostage. Note the small bore of the pistol.
The slide serration is vertical, unlike the sloped serrations on the genuine P99.
Stechkin APS pistols are used by SOBR (Special Rapid Response Unit, a Russian military police unit similar in purpose to SWAT teams) troopers, including their commander Lt. Col. Litvinov (Sergey Veksler). In the opening scene, "Lis" (Gosha Kutsenko) also uses an APS. During the attack on the prison car, a plainclothes Militsia detective fires an APS.
Stechkin APS - 9x18mm Makarov
"Lis" fires an APS in the opening scene.
A trooper holds an APS during the shootout in Litvinov's apartments.
A wounded Militsia
detective fires his APS.
Litvinov holds an APS in the final scene.
Makarov PM pistols are seen in hands of Chechen terrorists.
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
A Chechen aims his pistol.
A PM is seen in the background.
A Chechen at the left holds a PM with a sound suppressor.
Like in the first movie, a nickel plated Mauser C96 is seen in the hands of "Krest"'s bodyguard "Gangrena" (Valentin Golubenko).
Stainless Mauser C96 with large ring hammer - 7.63x25mm Mauser
In one scene, crime boss "Metis" (Vyacheslav Razbegaev) fires a PM-63 RAK. In the final scene, a PM-63 is seen in hands of s Militsia officer.
PM-63 RAK - 9x18mm Makarov
"Metis" holds a PM-63 in a promotional still.
officer with a PM-63 is shot.
The same PM-63 in the car.
During the street riot, SOBR troopers use KS-23M pump-action shotguns with "Nasadka-6" adapters to fire 36mm "Cheryomukha-6" gas grenades.
Sawed-off Double Barrel Shotgun
In one scene, one of "Metis"' henchmen uses a Sawed-off Double Barrel Shotgun.
Sawed off side by side shotgun with exposed hammers - 12 gauge
In the final scene, one of the terrorists is armed with a SVD sniper rifle.
SVD Dragunov sniper rifle - 7.62x54mmR
The sniper holds his rifle.
A closer view of the SVD.
The terrorist during the sniper duel with a SOBR
In the final scene SOBR sniper Akimov (Mikhail Lukashov) is armed with an SVU sniper rifle.
SVU Dragunov modernized with black furniture and a bipod - 7.62x54mm R
Akimov holds his rifle in the background.
Akimov during the sniper duel with the terrorist sniper.
Most SOBR troopers, including their commander Lt. Col. Litvinov (Sergey Veksler) and Militsia officers, carry AKS-74 assault rifles.
trooper holds an AKS-74 with black polymer furniture and orange Bakelite magazine.
A trooper fires an AKS-74 fitted with a weaponlight.
officer fires an AKS-74 during the attack on the prison car.
The Chechen in center holds an AKS-74, taken from a dead Militsia
A closer view of the receiver.
A trooper fires his AKS-74 in the final scene. This gun has wooden furniture.
A behind-the-scenes image of the shootout in Litvinov's apartments.
In the opening and final scenes some of SOBR (SWAT) troopers are armed with AK-74 assault rifles. Some of the rifles are fitted with modern black polymer furniture, possibly intended to be a mock-up of the AK-74M.
A trooper holds an AK-74 in the opening scene.
A trooper with an AK-74 in hands climbs a ladder in the final scene. He also has a Makarov PM
in his holster.
A trooper fires his AK-74 in the same scene.
An AKS-74U, fitted with a PBS-4 sound suppressor, is used by Yassim (uncredited) in several scenes.
A Chechen holds an AKS-74U. The muzzle brake is removed, and the sound suppressor isn't attached at this moment.
AKS-74UB with PBS-4 suppressor - 5.45x39mm
Yassim holds the AKS-74U, now fitted with a suppressor.
Yassim holds the AKS-74U during the shootout on the stairs.
Yassim descends from the rooftop during the attack on the prison car.
AKMS assault rifles are widely used by Chechens.
A Chechen fires an AKMS in the opening scene.
Aduev-elder fires an AKMS.
A Chechen holds an AKMS during the attack on the prison car.
A pair of Chechens massacre wounded prison guards.
Chechen terrorists also use AKS-47s (these guns are possibly AKMSs with removed muzzle brakes given the ribbed receiver covers, but they are listed as a separate entry just in case).
Type III AKS-47 - 7.62x39mm
A Chechen readies his AKS prior to the attack on the prison car.
The same character in action.
A closer view of the firing AK.
Another Chechen fires an AKS in the same scene.
One of the Chechens is armed with a Czechoslovakian SA Vz.58 assault rifle.
Czech SA vz. 58P (Pěchotní aka "Infantry")
with fixed stock - 7.62x39mm
A Chechen carries an SA Vz.58 on a sling.
PK machine guns are used by both Chechen terrorists and SOBR troopers.
PK Machine Gun, note the larger curved gas block and the thicker fluted barrel that was found on the original weapon - 7.62x54mmR
A PK is seen in Aduev-elder's hideout in the opening scene.
The same scene in a promotional still.
A Chechen at the right carries a PK.
A PK and an UK vz. 59
are seen in Uzhakh's base.
Uzhakh fires a PK during the attack on the prison car. Note the fluted barrel, typical for PKs, unlike the later PKM.
The belt is filled with blank cartridges.
trooper fires a PK in the final scene.
UK vz. 59
Chechen terrorists also use a UK vz. 59.
and a UK vz. 59 are seen in Uzhakh's base.
The Vz. 59 is seen in the background.
The Vz. 59 is seen at the left.
Yassim (uncredited) holds a Vz. 59.
Chechen terrorists use RPG-22 rocket launchers during the attack on the prison car.
A terrorist in center carries a pair of RPG-22s.
An RPG-22 is seen in Uzhakh's base (at the left).
RG-6 Grenade Launcher
An RG-6 grenade launcher is used by one of Chechens during the attack on the prison car.
RG-6 grenade launcher - 40mm Caseless
RGD-5 Hand Grenade
RGD-5 hand grenades are seen in several scenes.
RGD-5 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
An RGD-5 is stuffed in the mouth of criminal "Metla"'s (Yuriy Sherstnyov
) decapacitated head.
In the opening scene, one of SOBR troopers uses a flashbang grenade during the attack on Aduev-elder's hideout.
M16A1 with XM148 grenade launcher
A still from a low-quality trailer shows "Lis" holding an M16A1 with XM148 grenade launcher (the same gun that appears in To Survive (Chtoby vyzhit) (1992) and Antikiller (2002)). This weapon doesn't appear in the film itself.
M16A1 - 5.56x45mm with XM148 grenade launcher