Psychos (2015)

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Psychos
Psikhi
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English poster
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Directed by Aleksey Kitaytsev
Release Date 2015
Language Russian
German
Main Cast
Character Actor
"Rebel" Ilya Antonenko
Gonza Matvey Zubalevich
Maya Kristina Asmus
Gorokh Egor Kharlamov
Trifon Daniil Vakhrushev
Petrovich Rostislav Bershauer
Hans Yuriy Maslak
Cherep Egor Timtsunik
Alla Veronika Vernadskaya
Lyonya Sergey Neudachin


Psychos (Russian: Психи; Psikhi) is a 2015 Russian action drama movie about a Russian Neo-Nazi gang.


The following weapons were used in the film Psychos:

Contents


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Handguns

Makarov PM

Petrovich (Rostislav Bershauer) hands a Makarov PM to Gorokh (Egor Kharlamov), who later gives it back. At the film's climax, this gun appears in the hands of Maya (Kristina Asmus). At least one of the Spetsnaz (Russian spacial forces) members holds the PM during the raid one the Neo-Nazi base. Most likely, a single movie prop was used.

Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Gorokh charges his PM.
Gorokh puts the PM on the table.
Petrovich investigates the PM.
Petrovich aims.
The another view of the same scene.
A Spetsnaz member (at the center) carries a holstered PM and Skorpion on a sling.
Spetsnaz commander fires his PM into the air.
A good view of the PM in the hands of the Spetnaz commander. The Spetsnaz member at the right holds an AK-74 with foregrip and PBS sound suppressor.
Petrovich draws his PM...
...and fires it. The gun doesn't recoil and lacks moving parts, except the hammer, thus the muzzle flash is most likely produced by pyrotechnics. Note that the flash appears from VERY strange places on the pistol.
Maya aims the PM.

Zoraki R1

During the scene in Berlin, Germany, Hans (Yuriy Maslak) gives his Zoraki R1 to "Rebel" (Ilya Antonenko), who later finds it unloaded.

Zoraki R1 w/ 2.5" barrel - 9mm P.A.K. Blanks
Hans hands his revolver to "Rebel".
"Rebel" grabs the revolver. Note the trigger discipline.
A slightly different view of the gun.
The revolver is aimed at Gonza.
"Rebel" aims the revolver.
The chambers can be seen.
Note the letters on the barrel.
"Rebel" brandishes the revolver.

Cartoon Pistol

During the cartoon segment, a Russian policeman aims a generic pistol.

The pistol slightly resembles a Makarov.

Submachine Guns

CZ Vz. 61 E Skorpion

At least one of the Spetsnaz members uses a CZ Vz. 61 E Skorpion during the raid. In real life, this gun is actually unlikely to be used nowadays, since as far as is known, the Skorpions were withdrawn from service by the mid-2000s, due to the prevalence of indigenous compact submachine guns like the PP-91 Kedr.

CZ Vz. 61 E / Yugoslavian made M84 distinguishable by its black pistol grip - .32 ACP
A Spetsnaz member carries a CZ Skorpion on a sling.
The barrel can be seen better in this shot.
Spetsnaz member runs, Skorpion in hands.
A Spetsnaz member (at the center) carries the Skorpion.
A Spetsnaz member (at the center) carries a holstered PM and Skorpion on a sling.

Assault Rifles

AK-74M

Nearly all of the Spetsnaz member are armed with the AK-74M rifle. At least one of these guns is fitted with a PBS sound suppressor.

AK-74M - 5.45x39mm
Spetsnaz members (at the right) carry the AK rifles.
Spetsnaz member (at the left) aims the AK rifle.
Spetsnaz members with the AK rifles.
A Spetsnaz member aims his AK.
A Spetsnaz member runs with the AK rifle in his hands. Note the foregrip and PBS sound supressor.
A slightly different view of this gun.
A Spetsnaz member at the right aims the AK rifle. The other Spetsnaz member at the center holds a Makarov.

AK-105

At least one Spetsnaz member briefly holds an AK-105.

AK-105 - 5.45x39mm
Spetsnaz member aims his AK.


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