Resident Evil: Damnation
Resident Evil: Damnation (Biohazard: Damnation in Japan) is the 2012 CG film from Capcom that is a sequel to Resident Evil: Degeneration. The film follows Leon S. Kennedy pursuing bio-organic weapons in Eastern Europe.
The following weapons appear in the film Resident Evil: Damnation:
Springfield Armory TRP Operator
Leon's sidearm is a Springfield Armory TRP Operator. It is also used by J.D. when he takes Leon's equipment. It has what appears to be a Surefire flashlight on the rail, G-10 grips and Chip McCormick 10 round magazines. Oddly enough every time we get a shot of the hammer, it's always down.
Ada Wong uses a Korovin TK pistol that she takes off of one of the President's aide.
Alexander "Sasha" Kozachenko (a.k.a "Buddy") carries an OTs-27 "Berdysh" handgun as his sidearm.
The guards at the underground lab are armed with SR-2M submachine guns fitted with Kobra-style red dot sights.
The President's aide is armed with a sawn-off Molot Bekas-12M shotgun.
Leon's main weapon is a Krebs Custom Speed Load-style custom AKMSU modified with a Zenit Stock, TangoDown vertical foregrip, Aimpoint Micro T1 red dot sight, a magwell extension, rail-mounted SureFire taclight, a Booster flash hider, a custom extended angled charging handle, custom selector switch, and magazine release.
Most of Eastern Slav army soldiers are armed with AKS-74 rifles. Russian soldiers also have them at the end of the movie.
The AKM is the primary weapon of the rebel forces.
Alexander "Sasha" Kozachenko uses an AKMS assault rifle as his primary weapon throughout the movie.
A rebel sniper is seen using a SVD Dragunov sniper rifle.
General Electric GAU-8/A Avenger
A General Electric GAU-8/A Avenger is seen with US Air Force A-10s after making air strikes in East Slavic territory. They are used to devastating (and messy) effect on a certain pair of BOWs at the end of the film.
A Shipunov 2A42 is seen mounted on a BMP-3 as a secondary armament mounted alongside the main 100mm gun.
NSVT are seen mounted on Eastern Slav Army T-72 tanks. Russian T-90 tanks are also seen mounted with NSVTs. It should be noted that the use of the NSVT on the T-90 is somewhat anachronistic, as it was replaced by the newer Kord heavy machine gun in the late 1990's.
KPVT mounted on Eastern Slav Army BTR-80 APC.
A PKT machine gun is seen while mounted in a BMP-3's turret.
An East Slav army soldier guarding the front of president's palace is seen with a RPK light machine gun. Russian soldiers at the end of the movie were seen with RPKs. It should be noted that the Russian soldiers would be more likely to be using the newer 5.45mm RPK-74 or RPK-74M instead of the older 7.62mm RPK.
Leon uses a RPG-7 loaded with a TBG-7V rocket during the final battle sequence. A Russian soldier sitting on a T-90 tank near the end of the film is also armed with a RPG-7.