High Security Vacation (Kanikuly strogogo rezhima)

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High Security Vacation
(Kanikuly strogogo rezhima)
Kanikuly strogogo rezhima Poster.jpg
Poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Igor Zaytsev
Release Date 2009
Language Russian
Studio Film Direction
Buzz Production
Main Cast
Character Actor
Viktor "Sumrak" Sumarokov Sergey Bezrukov
Evgeni Koltsov Dmitri Dyuzhev
Tatyana Panteleeva Alyona Babenko
Col. Vyshkin Vladimir Menshov
Zinaida Obraztsova Lyudmila Polyakova
Maj. Sergey Gagaryn Aleksey Kravchenko


High Security Vacation (Kanikuly strogogo rezhima) is a Russian 2009 adventure comedy directed by Igor Zaytsev. Two convicts escape from prison, one of them, Viktor Sumarokov aka Sumrak, is a seasoned criminal and another one, Evgeni Koltsov, is an unjustly convicted Milistia (Police) detective. With the help of Koltsov's old buddy they hide in a children summer camp where they became supervisors.


The following weapons were used in the film High Security Vacation (Kanikuly strogogo rezhima):

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Umarex Walther P88 Compact

In the climactic scene a crime boss "Shaman" (Malkhaz Abuladze) draws a pistol that looks like a Walther P88 Compact but most likely appears to be a blank firing Umarex version of Walther pistol.

Umarex Walther P88C - 8mm blank firing
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"Shaman" draws his pistol.
"Shaman" and Koltsov grapple for the pistol.

AK-74M

AK-74M assault rifles are carried by prison guards and OMON (SWAT) troopres. "Shaman"'s henchman "Oparysh" (Stanislav Lesnoy) uses an AK-74M in the climactic scene.

AK-74M - 5.45x39mm
A guard in prison hospital.
"Oparysh" holds his AK.
"Oparysh" cocks the AK.
A folded stock of AK-74M is seen.
In the firing scene a muzzle brake of AK-74M is replaced with a blank firing adapter.
OMON troopers with AK-74s.

AK-105

Maj. Gagaryn (Aleksey Kravchenko), commander of OMON, is seen with an AK-105.

AK-105 - 5.45x39mm
Gagaryn holds his AK-105.



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