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Atomic Blonde is a 2017 spy thriller set in 1989 Berlin just prior to the collapse of the Wall and starring Charlize Theron as Lorraine, an MI-6 operative sent to retrieve a list of agents. Based on the graphic novel The Coldest City, the movie was directed by David Leitch, the former stunt performer and co-director of John Wick, and the cast includes James McAvoy, Sofia Boutella, and John Goodman.
The following weapons were used in the film Atomic Blonde:
A Stechkin APS is used to kill James Gasciogne, setting the plot into motion. Oddly, characters claim that a 7.62 Soviet round was recovered from the body, despite the APS being chambered in the 9x18mm Makarov.
Lorraine (Charlize Theron) briefly handles a Browning Hi-Power. Judging from the external extractor and old-style ring hammer it appears to be ether a Hungarian FÉG PJK-9HP or a highly desirable 1960's "T" Series Browning Hi-Power.
The Makarov PM, presumably both East German and Russian models, is used heavily by all characters, including Lorraine (Charlize Theron), KGB agents, and East German Volkspolizei. Several suppressed PMs are seen in the climax.
Manurhin MR-73 Defense
CZ 75 "Pre-B"
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
A United Kingdom Policemen carries a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine gun with an Navy trigger group. The Navy trigger group is not an anachronism as the first Navy style trigger groups were made in 1982.
US Army Soldiers carry M16A2 assault rifles.
East German Border guards are seen with AK rifles. It's possible that these are East German MPi-KM-72 rifles.