|Murder in a Winter Yalta|
(Vbyvstvo u zymoviy Yalti)
||Dovzhenko Film Studio
Murder in a Winter Yalta (Ukrainian: Вбивство у зимовій Ялті; Vbyvstvo u zymoviy Yalti) is a 2006 Ukrainian crime detective.
Prokhorenko, an investigator from the Yalta Prosecutor’s Office, is conducting an investigation into the murder of an accountant from the one company. In the issue, it turns out that the real killer was not one of those suspected before.
The following weapons were used in the film Murder in a Winter Yalta (Vbyvstvo u zymoviy Yalti):
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Viy, the Ukrainian designed and producing rubber firing variant of the Makarov PM is the duty firearm of the militsioneer (Ukrainian policeman) Akhtem Ablayev (Mustafa Kurtmulayev), who draws it two times. At the one scne, his pistol appeared in the hands of Mykola Popov (Oleg Primogenov).
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Akhtem draws his duty siderm during the raid.
Akhtem draws the Viy at the night scene.
Akhtem aims his Viy pistol.
Mykola Popov tookes the Viy pistol from the vounded Akhtem
Berkut (Ukrainian SWAT) members uses AKMS rifles at the two scenes.
Berkut members during the raid, armed with the AK rifles.
Berkut member with the AK rifle.
Amother Berkut member holds his AK rifle.
A better view of the folded stock.
The Berkut member with the AK rifle.
The Berkut member with the AK rifles at the final scene.