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Ricochet (Rikoshet) is a 1997 Moldovan Russian language action movie directed by Igor Talpa. The movie is set in some Russian town in mid-90s. Arseny (Andrey Sokolov) is a thirty-years old unemployed man who was an excellent sniper during his army service in Afghanistan. Local crime boss is informed about Arseny's skills and plans to use him. Fearing for his loved ones, Arseny has to accept the offer...
The following weapons were used in the film Ricochet (Rikoshet):
Arseny's main handgun is a Nagant M1895 revolver. He uses it in several scenes, often dual-wielding with a TT-33.
Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant
A closeup of the revolver.
Arseny loads the revolver prior the final shootout.
Arseny dual-wields Nagant and TT.
TT-33 pistols are widely used by criminals and Sudakov's bodyguards. In one scene Arseny takes a TT from a criminal and uses it in the final shootout.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Pre-1947 slide serration is seen.
A criminal fires a TT during the shootout on construction yard.
TT is seen on the table when Arseny prepares for the final shootout.
Arseny dual-wields Nagant and TT.
During the shootout on the construction yard Arseny captured "Psychologist" (Aristarkh Livanov), the adviser of the crime boss, and takes his pistol, a nickel plated M1911A1.
M1911A1 - .45 ACP. Manufactured on license by Remington Rand - nickel plated later by its owner.
Arseny holds the 1911 during the car chase.
Smith & Wesson-style pistol
When the criminals abduct Arseny, one of them holds a Smith & Wesson-style pistol that appears to be a blank-firing or even non-firing replica, based on an early model Smith & Wesson 5904 with fixed sights
Smith & Wesson 5904, early model - 9x19mm
A criminal aims his pistol at Arseny. The gun differs from real S&W pistols and its foam-like surface allows to guess that it is made not of steel but rather of silumin alloy that is often used for cheap blank firing replicas. Note the design of the barrel bushing and the grips which indicate that this is based off of a 3rd generation S&W automatic pistol.
For the planned assassination Arseny is supplied with a TOZ-18, .22 caliber bolt action rifle with detachable magazine and sniper scope.
TOZ-17 and TOZ-18 - .22 LR
Arseny inspects the rifle.
The bolt handle and the magazine are seen.
A closeup of the trigger.
During the final shootout a criminal uses an OP-SKS carbine.
Russian hunting carbine OP-SKS, civil version of SKS - 7.62x39mm
AKMS assault rifles are used by OMON (SWAT) troopers and some criminals in the final scene. They are mostly fitted with blank firing adapters instead of muzzle breaks.
A criminal at the right fires AKMS.
An OMON trooper holds AKMS with blank adapter and jungle-taped magazines.
A good view of blank firing adapter.
In his dream Arseny has a vision of his fallen comrades-in-arms, carrying AKS-74 assault rifles.
Bulgarian manufactured AKS-74 - 5.45x39mm
Arseny (at the left) and one of his comrades hold AKS-74s.
F-1 Hand Grenade
Arseny owns a pair of F-1 hand grenades. He uses one grenade during the car chase and another one in the final shootout.
F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
A pair of F-1s on the table.
Arseny readies to throw a grenade during the car chase.
F-1 is seen on the table when Arseny prepares for the final shootout.