D-Day (Russian Title: Den'D/День Д) is a 2008 Russian remake of the 1985 Arnold Schwarzenegger film Commando starring Mikhail Porechenkov (who also directed the film).
The following weapons are featured in the 2008 action film D-Day (Den'D):
The Beretta 92FS is among the weapons used by Ivan (Mikhail Porechenkov) when he attacks the compound of a rogue Japanese general to rescue his daughter. Ivan's former comrade Gelda (Bob Schrijber) also uses a 92FS when he faces off with Ivan in the finale.
Beretta 92F - 9x19mm. The cosmetic differences are very slight and hard to see between this gun and the newer 92FS. Most of the changes are the inner workings of the gun.
Ivan prepares to enter a room with a Beretta 92FS in hand.
Gelda gestures to Ivan with a Beretta 92FS.
A security guard points a Makarov PM at Ivan before he is knocked out by Aliya (Aleksandra Ursuliak).
Russian Makarov PM
- 9x18mm Makarov
A security guard at a construction site points a Makarov at Ivan.
The leader of the Estonian terrorists (Viktor Verzhbitskiy) who take Ivan's daughter hostage uses a Walther PPK during the finale.
Walther PPK - 9mm Kurz aka 9x17mm (.380 ACP)
The Estonian boss waits for Ivan with a PPK in hand.
The boss decides to hide in the rafters.
Ivan uses a Browning BDA make along with his Beretta during his assault on the general's mansion.
Browning BDA 9x19mm, 9x21mm IMI
Ivan places the BDA pistol into his holster.
Ivan reloads his BDA and Beretta.
Kedr PP-91 submachine guns are frequently used by enemies in the film, particularly in the introduction when Gelda and the Estonians attack Ivan's house.
Kedr PP-91 SMG - 9x18mm Makarov
An assassin fires a Kedr PP-91 in the introduction sequence.
An Estonian terrorist tells Ivan to relax while laying down his Kedr PP-91.
Gelda fires at Ivan as he pursues them on a snowmobile.
An enemy soldier who is blasted from the roof of the Japanese general's mansion is armed with an Uzi.
An Uzi submachine gun goes flying after the mansion's roof is blown up.
Another enemy soldier advances with an Uzi.
Another enemy soldier who is thrown from the roof carries a Steyr TMP submachine gun.
A soldier with a TMP is thrown off the roof in a production still.
When Ivan's house is attacked, he uses what appears to be an Armsel Protecta with a lengthened barrel to fend off the attackers.
Armsel Protecta - 12 gauge
Ivan retrieves a Armsel Protecta from under his home's floorboards. Note the missing key on the drum clearing this is an Armsel Protecta
Ivan fires the Armsel Protecta.
Molot Bekas-12M shotgun
Harbor patrol officers who attempt to stop Ivan and Aliya (Aleksandra Ursuliak) from stealing a seaplane use Molot Bekas-12M shotguns.
Molot "Bekas" 12M shotgun - 12 Gauge
An officer pumps his shotgun as they chase the seaplane.
One of the assassins who are killing Ivan's former teammates at the beginning of the film uses a TOZ 78-01 hunting rifle.
An assassin aims his rifle.
The soldiers that Colonel Filippov (Sergei Sosnovsky) sends to guard Ivan's house are armed with AK-74M rifles. Later, Ivan himself uses an AK-74M when he attacks the Japanese compound, as do many of the enemy soldiers.
One of Colonel Filippov's men returns fire with an AK-74M.
An enemy soldier with an AK-74M is gunned down.
Russian Spetsnaz soldiers searching the island after Ivan's rampage.
Some of the enemy soldiers are armed with FAMAS G1 rifles.
FAMAS-G1 5.56x45mm. Older version of the G2 with magazine and magazine release system from FAMAS F1
An enemy soldier with a FAMAS rifle reacts to an explosion.
Enemy soldiers dive for cover during an explosion.
Howa Type 89
A few enemy soldiers also carry Howa Type 89 rifles, which like the FAMAS are likely airsoft versions since they are never shown being fired. Strange considering that the rifle was never exported from its home country of japan.
Howa Type 89 in 5.56x45mm with integral bipod. Currently in use by the Modern Japanese military.
An enemy soldier aims a Type 89 at Ivan before being cut down.
Enemy soldiers with Howa Type 89s react to an explosion.
One enemy soldier is briefly seen with a M4A1 carbine with a fixed M16 buttstock (thus obviously an airsoft model) when Ivan blows up the enemy barracks.
M4A1 with fixed M16 buttstock
Ivan takes a PKP Pecheneg Machine Gun from a secret military arsenal in a supermarket. He mounts the PKP on an Ural motorcycle, and uses it when he destroys an enemy barracks.
PKP Pecheneg - 7.62x54mm R
Ivan strikes a pose with the PKP much like Arnold
The PKP from a first person view.
Enemy soldiers fire a PK Machine Gun at Ivan when he launches his attack on the Japanese island. After destroying the barracks, Ivan takes a discarded PKM and uses it when he assaults the general's mansion.
An enemy soldier fires a PKM at Ivan, while his partner fires an AK-74M.
Ivan retrieves a PKM from the abandoned enemy position.
Ivan fires the PKM as he attacks the mansion.
GP-30 Grenade Launcher
A GP-30 grenade launcher is mounted on the AK-74M that Ivan uses when he attacks the Japanese general's mansion.
AK-74M 5.45x39mm with GP-30 grenade launcher 40mm
Mikhail Porechenkov loads an AK-74M/GP-30 combo in a publicity still.
Ivan aims the AK-74M/GP-30 at the Japanese general.
Ivan readies his AK-74M before going in onto Japanese compound.
Ivan lays down his rifle when he goes to confront Gelda.
Colonel Filippov's troops search the mansion after Ivan's rampage.
MON-50 antipersonnel mine
Ivan plants MON-50 antipersonnel mines around the enemy barracks prior to attacking it. The MON-50 is the Russian equivalent to the American M18A1 Claymore mine.
MON-50 anti-personnel mine
MON-50 mines inside one of Ivan's weapons cases.
F-1 Hand grenades
The F-1 hand grenade is used by Ivan when he attacks the general's mansion.
F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Ivan pulls the pin on a F-1 hand grenade.
A RPO-A 'Schmel' thermobaric rocket launcher is among the weapons that Ivan takes from the secret weapons arsenal. After being knocked off his motorcycle by enemy fire, Ivan uses the RPO-A to destroy an enemy bunker.
RPO-A Schmel (Bumblebee) thermobaric rocket launcher - 93mm
Mikhail Porechenkov handles a RPO-A launcher in a publicity still.
Ivan fires the RPO-A at the enemy bunker.
A guard in a watchtower fires RPG-26 launcher at Ivan when he attacks the enemy barracks with his motorcycle. Due to a continuity error Ivan is also shown firing a RPG-26 at the watchtower, but discarding a RPO-A launcher afterward.
An enemy soldier fires a RPG-26.
Ivan fires his own RPG-26 at the watchtower.
Dowel-driving Gun PMT
A dowel-driving gun made by Tulsky Oruzheiny Zavod is also used.
PMT-1&PMT-3 Dowel-driving Guns