Casino (Rus. Казино; Kazino) is a 1992 Russian made for TV crime thriller directed by Samson Samsonov (Ognennye versty, Optimisticheskaya tragediya) and based on the novel "Well Now, My Pretty..." by James Hadley Chase.
The following weapons were used in the film Casino:
During the robbery in casino and in following scenes Jack Perry (Armen Dzhigarkhanyan), Washington Smith (Inon Lombert) and Mish Collins (Anatoly Mambetov) use M1911A1 pistols. 1911s are also carried by police officers and detectives, including Chief Terrell (Leonid Kulagin).
During the robbery the plainclothed female police officer Jane Lepski (Olga Koposova) uses a compact pistol that appears to be a Mauser HSc. It's worth noting that this character is a substitution for Det. Tom Lepski, a recurring character in many J.H. Chase novels.
In the final scene Sheila Whiteside (Karina Zolotova) illegally purchases a Beretta M1934 pistol.
During the robbery a security guard fires a revolver that appears to be a Nagant M1895.
Sturmgewehr 44 (modified to resemble M16)
In one scene a pair of police officers carry Sturmgewehr 44 automatic rifles, visually modified to resemble M16s by adding carrying handles, modified front sights and shorter magazines. Such movie props are often seen in Soviet movies of 1970s-90s.
When Serge Maisky (Eduard Martsevich) appears in Whiteside's house, he threatens Sheila Whiteside with a water pistol, loaded with strong acid.