Moscow Heat

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Moscow Heat
Moscow Heat Poster.jpg
Poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Jeff Celentano
Release Date 2004
Studio Czar Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Roger Chambers Michael York
Vlad Stepanov Aleksandr Nevsky
Andrew Chambers Adrian Paul
Nikolay Klimov Richard Tyson
Rudy Sousa Robert Madrid
Sasha Joanna Pacula
Weston Andrew Divoff
Oleg Bitz Sergei Gorobchenko
Masha Mariya Golubkina
Vlad's grandfather Aleksandr Belyavskiy


Moscow Heat (Russian title Moskovskaya zhara) is a 2004 Russian English-language action movie directed by Jeff Celentano. Andrew Chambers (Adrian Paul), a NYPD detective, is killed during the attempt to arrest a Russian illegal arms dealer Nikolay Klimov (Richard Tyson). Klimov flees back to Russia where he has powerful patrons. Roger Chambers (Michael York), Andrew's father, and Rudy Sousa (Robert Madrid), Andrew's partner, try to find Klimov in Moscow. They find help from Russian militsia (police) captain Vlad Stepanov (Aleksandr Nevsky).


The following weapons were used in the film Moscow Heat:

Contents


Handguns

Makarov PM

A Makarov PM is Vlad Stepanov's (Aleksandr Nevsky) service sidearm. In several scenes he fires two PMs akimbo. Makarov pistols are also seen in hands of other characters including Roger Chambers (Michael York), Rudy Sousa (Robert Madrid), Oleg Bitz (Sergei Gorobchenko) and Oleg's and Klimov's henchmen.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
In the opening scene one of Klimov's henchmen fires a PM akimbo with another (unidentified) pistol.
Oleg Bitz hands two PMs to Roger Chambers and Rudy Sousa.
Vlad Stepanov holds a PM confiscated from Roger Chambers.
Roger Chambers holds his Makarov in the scene in Masha's apartments.
Vlad Stepanov readies his PM.
Stepanov holds his PM 'gangsta-style'.

Walther PP

In one scene Weston (Andrew Divoff) uses a Walther PP pistol.

Walther PP Pistol - 7.65x17mm
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Beretta 92FS

In the opening scene Det. Andrew Chambers (Adrian Paul) carries a Beretta 92FS. Several other NYPD detectives carry same pistols.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
The pistol is seen during the opening credits.
The pistol is seen from the rear.
Andrew Chambers fires his pistol.
A NYPD detective fires the same pistol.
Andrew Chambers in a standoff with Klimov (Richard Tyson).
Due to continuity error, Rudy Sousa's (Robert Madrid) Umarex Colt Double Eagle switches to Beretta.
The same pistol (at the left) is seen among other handguns.

Umarex Colt Double Eagle

In the opening scene Rudy Sousa (Robert Madrid) and Nikolay Klimov (Richard Tyson) carry blank-firing replicas of Colt Double Eagle produced by Umarex.

Umarext Colt Double Eagle - 9 mm P.A.K.
The grip of Sousa's pistol is seen in the case with cash.
A NYPD detective holds supposedly same pistol.
Klimov readies his pistol.
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Sousa fires his pistol.
A close view at the muzzle of Klimov's pistol.
Klimov aims his pistol at Andrew Chambers.
Klimov and Andrew Chambers (Adrian Paul) in a standoff.
A close view at Klimov's pistol. Note the lack of a decocker.
Klimov's pistol on the ground.
Andrew Chambers disarms Klimov and fires his pistol...
..unltil it is discharged.

Various unidentified pistols

Several pistols of different outlook are seen in the opening scene.
In the opening scene one of Klimov's henchmen fires a Makarov PM akimbo with another (unidentified) pistol.

In one scene agents of Russian Federal Guard Service carry unidentified pistols.

Agent Gurevich (Viktor Efremov) holds his pistol.
One of Gurevich's men aims his pistol.

Nagant M1895

In the scene in the night club in Moscow Klimov (Richard Tyson) fires a Nagant M1895 revolver.

Nagant M1895 - 7.62x38N. The angular front sight was used from 1930s.
Klimov puts his Nagant on the ground when he is ordered to surrender.
The Nagant on the ground.

Unidentified firearm

In the final scene Vlad Stepanov (Aleksandr Nevsky) takes some firearm (a revolver?) from one of Klimov's henchmen and uses it himself. This weapon isn't seen clear enough to be identified for sure.

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Unidentified revolvers

Two snub nose revolvers are seen among other firearms in the opening scene. They differ from each other.
The second from the left man holds a snub nose revolver during the shootout in the opening scene.

Submachine Guns

Uzi

During the shootout in the opening scene several of NYPD detectives carry Uzi SMGs. An Uzi is also seen in the pile of firearms that Klimov wanted to sell.

IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
An Uzi is seen below RPK and PKM.
A detective with Uzi.
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Uzi is firing.

Assault Rifles

AK-74

AK-74 assault rifles are used by both Russian militsia and criminals. Most or even all of them are AK-74M with side-folding stock.

AK-74 - 5.45x39mm
AK-74M - 5.45x39mm
OMON (Russian SWAT) troopers carry AK-74s in the scene in the night club.
Oleg's henchman fires his AK during the attack on Masha's apartments. His gun switches from AK-103, seen in his hands in previous moment.
Vlad Stepanov (Aleksandr Nevsky) readies his AK-74M.
A side-folding stock of AK-74M is seen.
Vlad Stepanov holds his AK-74M during the attack on Oleg's yacht.

AK-103

AK-103 assault rifles used by some of the criminals. In the firing scenes they are substituted with AK-74Ms so is can be assumed that AK-103s are airsoft guns rather than real ones.

AK-103 - 7.62x39mm
An AK-103 (can be identified by the shape of the magazine) is seen during the opening credits.
One of Oleg's henchmen is armed with an AK-103 during the attack on Masha's apartments. When he opens fire, his AK-103 switches to AK-74M.

AKS-74U

AKS-74U are briefly seen in the opening and the final scenes.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
AKS-74U is seen during the opening credits.
Klimov's henchman holds an AKS-74U in the opening scene.
An AKS-74U is seen between SVD and RPK.
Two A-91s and an AKS-74U are seen in the final scene when Klimov sells weapons to terrorists.
Russian OMON (SWAT) trooper with an AKS-74U is seen at the backgroung in the final scene.

AKMS

In the opening scene several of Klimov's henchmen carry AKMS assault rifles. In the scene of the attack on Masha's apartments the second Oleg's henchman is armed with an AKMS.

AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
Klimov's henchman holds an AKMS with unfolded stock.
Another henchman with an AKMS.
A close view at the muzzle.
One more henchman fires his AKMS with folded stock.
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AKMS is firing.
Oleg's henchman with AKMS.
Now the AKMS of the same character is fitted with a blank firing muzzle adapter.

A-91

During the shootout in the opening scene many NYPD officers are armed with A-91 assault rifles. A-91s are also seen in the final scene.

A-91 - 7.62x39mm / 40mm
A NYPD officer carries an A-91.
Another police officer with an A-91.
Several NYPD personnel with A-91 and various handguns.
A police officer fires the under-barrel grenade launcher at Klimov's men.
Several A-91s are seen in the final scene when Klimov sells weapons to terrorists.
Two A-91s and an AKS-74U are seen in the same scene.

Rifles

SVD

An SVD sniper rifle is seen among other firearms in the opening scene. It isn't used in action.

Dragunov SVD sniper rifle - 7.62x54mm R
An SVD is seen at the right side of the pile of weapons.

9A-91

In the scene in the night club several of the OMON (Russian SWAT) troopers carry 9A-91 carbines of both early and late versions. Late 9A-91s are fitted with sound suppressors.

9A-91 (early version) - 9x39mm
9A-91 (current production model) with attached silencer and red-dot sight - 9x39mm
Two men at the left hold 9A-91s of late version.
A man at the right holds a 9A-91 of old version while his vis-a-vis is armed with a late version of the same weapon.
OMON troopers with 9A-91 of both versions.
A OMON trooper with modern 9A-91. The shape of the folding stock allows to differ it from VSK-94.

Machine Guns

RPK

An RPK light machine gun is seen among other firearms in the opening scene. It isn't used in action.

RPK Light Machine Gun with 40 round magazine - 7.62x39mm
An RPK is seen at the foreground.
A side view at the RPK.

PKM

A PKM machine gun is seen among other firearms in the opening scene. It isn't used in action.

PKM with classic (most seen) version of the flash hider - 7.62x54mm R
A PKM is seen behind an RPK.
A side view at the PKM.
A close view at the muzzle of the PKM.
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Nikolay Klimov (Richard Tyson) takes the PKM and shows it to Chambers and Sousa.
A close view at the machine gun.

In the final scene a PKM with later version of flash hider is mounted on the GAZ-2975 'Tiger' light armored car.

PKM with classic (most seen) version of the flash hider - 7.62x54mm R
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Other Weapons

GP-25

In the opening scene Nikolay Klimov (Richard Tyson) uses an AKM or AKMS with a GP-25 grenade launcher. He fires a fiction armor-piercing grenade that resemble a bullet of 40-mm caliber.

GP-25 40mm grenade launcher mounted on an AKM - 7.62x39mm
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GSN-19

In the opening scene one of Klimov's henchmen is armed with an AKM or AKMS with a GSN-19 grenade launcher.

GSN-19 30-mm silenced grenade launcher mounted on an AKS-74UB - 5.45x39mm
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RPO-A 'Shmel'

An RPO-A 'Shmel' is seen among other firearms in the opening scene. It isn't used in action.

RPO-A "Shmel" - 93mm
An RPO-A is seen at the left.
An RPO-A is seen during the shootout.



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