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Ghoul (Russian: Упырь; Upyr) is a 1997 Russian mystery horror movie, directed and written by Konstantin Murzenko.
A small Russian town is terrorized by a monstrous powerful vampire, called "Upyr" (Ghoul). Upyr turns everyone whom he wants into a vampire obedient to him, and uses them for its own purposes. Even the Mafia boss is in fear, because Upyr and those who are possessed by him cannot be killed by normal weapons. Only one fearless man can bring hope to the people.
The following weapons were used in the film Ghoul (Upyr):
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
One of the possessed criminals (Andrei Gryaznov) tries to use a Makarov PM during the raid on his base.
Russian Makarov PM
- 9x18mm Makarov
One of the possessed criminals carries what appears to be a M1911A1 during the raid on his base.
A criminal holds his pistol.
Upyr's mobster (Artyom Tsypin) briefly holds a Beretta 92FS in two scenes. Later, another criminal holds a Beretta (most likely the same movie prop) during the blind gun reassembly, before Vampire Hunter (Aleksey Serebryakov) takes it for himself.
Mobster 1 draws his pistol.
Muzzle and trigger guard are seen slightly better.
Front and rear sight are seen.
Mobster 1 tries to use his Beretta.
Disassembled Beretta is seen on the table.
Slide is seen on the table...
...and during the reassembly.
Criminal holds the assembled (Spoiler Alert: but unloaded
Vampire Hunter goes, Beretta in right hand.
Mafia Boss (Igor Shibanov) gives a Walther P88 to Vampire Hunter (Aleksey Serebryakov), who finds it unloaded. It may be a Umarex Walther CP88 airsoft replica.
Umarex Walther CP88 air pistol - .177 pellet
Mafia Boss shows his pistol to Vampire Hunter.
Vampire Hunter checks the pistol.
Vampire Hunter holds the unloaded pistol.
Vampire Hunter shows the empty mag to the Boss.
Slightly better view of the handgun.
Vampire Hunter puts the empty mag back.
Vampire Hunter hands the pistol back to its owner.
Two possessed criminals use unknown pistols during the raid on his base. Both guns are seen very briefly and unclear, so it's impossible to make a correct ID.
An aged criminal (uncredited) falls with the pistol in hands.
Another criminal draws his pistol...
An aged possessed criminal (uncredited) fires a Reck Agent during the fight on the roof.
Criminal draws his revolver.
Wounded criminal finds his revolver...
...puts his hand on the grip...
...and drops it after a single shot.
Baikal IZh-81 "Jaguar"
Mafia Boss (Igor Shibanov) owns a Baikal IZh-81 "Jaguar". In one scene, this gun was briefly held by Vampire Hunter (Aleksey Serebryakov).
Baikal IZh-81 "Jaguar" with a pistol grip - 12 gauge
Boss holds the shotgun after hearing a strange noise behind the door.
Vampire Hunter aims the captured shotgun on its owner.
Mafia boss holds the pistol and shotgun. Front sight is seen.
Pistol grip is seen. This is a rare "combat" version.
Mafia Boss charges his shotgun.
Grip shape is seen from another angle.
Several Spetsnaz members can be seen armed with AK-74Ms during the raid.
member with the AK.
member holds his AK. Buttstock is seen.
Front sight of another AK is seen.
Front sight of another AK is seen at the center left.
At least two Spetsnaz members use AKS-74U rifles during the raid. Another AKS-74U is seen hung on the wall in the vampire gang's base. Vampire Hunter grabs it and uses it against vampires.
AKS-74U (also referred to as the "AKSU" or 'Krinkov') - 5.45x39mm
member (at the left) covers with his AK.
member holds his rifle.
AK is seen hanging on the wall.
Vampire Hunter holds his AK.
Vampire Hunter is ready to fire.
Several Spetsnaz members carry AKS-74s during the raid.
AKS-74 with Bakelite magazine - 5.45x39mm
member opens the door...
...and is ready to use his AK. Note the folded stock.