Bumer (Russian: Бумер), (English: Boomer) is a Russian film about four friends: Konstantin (Kostyan) nicknamed Kot (Russian: Кот, English: Cat) played by Vladimir Vdovichenkov, Dmitri (Dimon) nicknamed Oshparenny (Russian: Ошпаренный, English: Scalded) played by Andrey Merzlikin, Pyotr (Petya) nicknamed Rama (Russian: Рама, English: Frame) played by Sergei Gorobchenko, and Aleksei (Lyoha) nicknamed Killa (Russian: Килла) played by Maksim Konovalov, who get into trouble with the law. In 1999, Kot and Rama steal a black BMW and drive it to a chop shop. Dimon collides with gangsters, who beat him and steal his white Mercedes-Benz because of his bad driving and agressive attitude. He wants to get his car back, so he and his friends go to the gangsters' office, however they start insulting and threatening them so Killa pulls a gun and shoots one of the gangsters, who turned out to be an undercover cop.
The following guns were used in the film Bumer:
A Makarov PM is used by Rama.
A Tokarev TT-33 is used by Kot and Rama when robbing the computer store.
A Colt M1911A1 is used by Killa.
12 Gauge double barreled shotgun
Pasha (Vasiliy Sedykh) threatens Rama with an empty 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun (probably TOZ-63), before Rama beats him up.
A AKS-47 is used by an Militsiya officer (Russian police).
AKMS are used by two Militsiya officers.
AKS-74U are used by Russian Militsiya officers and OMON.