Sisters (Syostry) is a 2001 Russian cult crime film directed by Sergei Bodrov (his only directorial work). It centers on a girl named Sveta (Oksana Akinshina) who's trying not to struggle with her half-sister Dina (Katya Gorina), who is a daughter of a gangster (Roman Ageev). When gangsters, trying to reach Dina's father by abducting girls, they flee and Sveta who is a sports shooter (she wants to be a sniper in Checnya, no less) makes use of her firearm and social skills to cover their tracks and survive.
The following weapons were used in the film Sisters (Syostry):
IZH-38 Air Gun
On the shooting range Sveta (Oksana Akinshina) uses IZH-38 with and without a scope. IZH-38 is a rather standard training air rifle, which is used not only as sporting but also in basic military training all around the USSR and Post-Soviet territories. Criminals led by Jeep wrangler also can be seen firing them on the shooting range. Jeep wrangler himself (director Sergei Bodrov in cameo) can be seen with IZH-38 on one of the Russian posters of the movie.
Bolt Action .22 Rifle
Small caliber bolt action rifles are used by Sveta (Oksana Akinshina) and other girls at a shooting competition. It's hard to identify the actual model but the general shape bears resemblance with TOZ rifles, such as old TOZ-12 or more modern TOZ-78.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
Posters and Covers
It's interesting that each poster and cover of the movie contains at least two firearms in it.