|No Way Out (Elq Chka)
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No Way Out (original title Էլք Չկա; Elq Chka) is a 2014 Armenian action crime drama. The film tells the story of a brilliant Armenian boxing champion who tries to protect his friend, a fanatical poker player, who lost a huge amount of money to a mafia boss and soon finds himself in the war between rival criminal gangs.
The following weapons were used in the film No Way Out (Elq Chka):
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Havo (Narek Petrosyan) uses a Beretta 85FS. Later, he gives it to David (Kamo Unanyan). Saro (Arshavir Panosyan) uses another Beretta 85FS (most likely, the same movie prop, since only a single pistol appears on screen).
Beretta 85FS - .380 ACP (same as the 84, but has a single stacked magazine instead of the double stacked one used by the 84.)
The pistol is seen laid out on a table. Note the Beretta logo on the grip.
Saro (Arshavir Panosyan) aims his pistol.
Close Up. Perfect view of the pistol. Note the stepped trigger guard, typical for the 85FS.
David (Kamo Unanyan) fires.
Umarex Reck Goliath
The brutal henchman (Levon Hovhannisyan) uses a Umarex Reck Goliath to threaten Eva (Ani Haroyan).
Umarex Reck Goliath - 9 mm P.A.K
The pistol pressed against Eva's head.
Good view of the slide. Note the typical rear sight.
The brutal henchman (Levon Hovhannisyan) draws a Beretta 84FS at the film's climax. David (Kamo Unanyan) later takes it for himself. Gugo (Armen Marutyan) can also be seen using a Beretta 84FS at the film's climax.
The henchman threatens David.
David (Kamo Unanyan) fires his captured pistol.
Blurred shot of the pistol in the hands of Gugo (Armen Marutyan).
Gugo (Armen Marutyan) aims.
Gugo (Armen Marutyan) fires his pistol.
Havo (Narek Petrosyan) gives his EKOL Viper to David (Kamo Unanyan), who uses it once.
EKOL Viper, 2.5" barrel - 9mm R.K./P.A.K. blanks
David (Kamo Unanyan) examines his new firearm.
The revolver in the drawer.
David (Kamo Unanyan) aims his revolver at Saro.
Umarex Smith Wesson Chiefs Special
Havo (Narek Petrosyan) takes a Umarex Smith Wesson Chiefs Special from Saro (Arshavir Panosyan).
Umarex made clone of the Smith & Wesson Model 36 with nickel finish - 9mm P.A.K. blanks
Brief, but good, shot of the revolver.
Saro's henchman (Yerjanik Yeghiazaryan) uses a Blow 38 with a black finish in one scene.
Blow 38, black finish - 9mm R.K and P.A.K. blanks
The henchman (Yerjanik Yeghiazaryan) aims his revolver.
The henchman (Narek Petrosyan) fires. Note the position of the screws in the frame which help to identify this as a Blow 38.
The brutal henchman (Levon Hovhannisyan) fires an AK-104 (most likely an airsoft replica) at one scene.
The folding stock is seen.
Prison guards at the film's climax carry AKM rifles.
The muzzle and front sight is seen.