No Man's Land (2001)

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The following weapons appear in the film No Man's Land:

No Man's Land (2001)

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AKS-47

Čiki (Branko Đurić - "Đuro") uses an AKS-47 with two magazines taped together throughout the film. Because the handguards appear to be Bakelite, this is likely a Bulgarian AKS-47.

AKS-47, milled receiver - 7.62x39mm
Čiki's AKS-47, 7.62x39 mm.
Čiki holds his AKS-47.
Čiki points his AKS-47 at Nino.
Čiki aims his AKS-47.
Čiki chambers a round in his AKS-47.
Closeup of the barrel.

Another AKS-47 is seen in hands of older Serbian soldier (Mustafa Nadarević). It's equipped with orange bakelite magazine.

Older Serbian soldier (right) with his AKS-47, 7.62x39 mm.
Older Serbian soldier gets shot, and drops his AKS-47.
Nino picks up his fallen comrade's AKS-47...
...and points it at Čiki.

M70B1

Crvena Zastava M70B1 is used by a rookie Serbian soldier Nino (Rene Bitorajac) and by some other soldiers (both Bosnian and Serbian).

Zastava M70B1 - 7.62x39mm
Nino (left) with his M70B1, 7.62x39 mm
Nino, demonstrating that he is a rookie, points his M70B1 at his commander's head
Nino's M70B1 on the ground, where Čiki trew it. He never picked it up again.
M70B1 in Serbian army's camp.
M70B1 in Bosnian soldier's hands
In the beginning of the movie, Cera (Filip Šovagović) was also armed with M70B1.
Cera (far left) with his M70B1.

FN Browning HP-DAO/BDAO

Near the end of the movie, Čiki pulls out a stainless FN Browning HP-DAO/BDAO.

Browning GPDA-9 - 9mm.
Čiki pulls out his FN Browning.
To TV reporters: "Are you filming this, vultures? Are they paying you well? You make profit from our suffering!"

FAMAS G1

UNPROFOR soldiers are armed with FAMAS G1 rifles.

FAMAS-G1 5.56mm.
Michel (Sacha Kremer) aims his FAMAS G1, 5.56 NATO.
French soldiers with their FAMAS G1 rifles.

M59/66 "Yugoslavian SKS Rifle"

Some Bosnian and Serbian soldiers are armed with Crvena Zastava M59/66 self-loading rifles.

Yugoslavian M59/66 SKS rifle- 7.62x39mm.
Bosnian soldier (Saša Petrović) with his M59/66, 7.62x39 mm.
Serbian soldier (left) is holding another M59/66.

M48

Bosnian guide (Đuro Utješanović) is armed with Crvena Zastava M48 bolt-action rifle.

Yugoslavian M48 Mauser - 7.92 x 57mm
Bosnian guide (right) with his M48, 7.9 mm.
Another M48 in Bosnian Army's camp.

M72 Light Machine Gun

Crvena Zastava M72 light machine guns are used by few Bosnian and Serbian soldiers.

Zastava M72 Light Machine Gun - 7.62x39mm
Bosnian soldier gets shot while firing his M72
Serbian soldier on the left is armed with M72.
Serbian soldier firing his M72.

MG-42 Machinegun

Crvena Zastava M53 "Šarac" is seen in Serbian Army's camp, but it's never used.

MG42 with sling and bipod collapsed - 7.92mm Mauser
M53 (right), 7.9 mm.

M86

Crvena Zastava M86 machine gun is seen mounted on UNPROFOR's APC.

M86 machine gun, 7.62x54R.
UNPROFOR's APC is actually a Yugoslav BOV-VP (Military Police model), painted white.

DShK Heavy Machine Gun

Soviet DShK heavy machine gun is seen mounted on Serbian Army's T55 tank.

DShK heavy machine gun 12.7x108mm
A DShK heavy machine gun mounted on a Serbian T-55 tank

PROM-1 Anti-Personnel Mine

The infamous PROM-1 anti-personnel mine is buried by older Serbian soldier beneath wounded Cera.

PROM-1 anti-personnel mine
Older Serbian soldier explaining how PROM-1 works.
"When the live enemy force steps on it, nothing happens..."
"...but when the enemy steps off it..."
"...it bounces up and explodes about one meter off the ground."



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