Sniper: Ghost Shooter
Sniper: Ghost Shooter is the seveneth installment in the Sniper film series. The 2016 DTV sequel marks the return of series veterans Chad Michael Collins as Gunnery Sgt. Brandon Beckett and Billy Zane as Richard Miller, who are part of a Special Ops sniper team who have to locate the enemy "ghost shooter" who has been eliminating their comrades. Also returning to the series is Dennis Haysbert as "The Colonel". Both Collins and Zane would reunite with original Sniper star Tom Berenger for the 2017 DTV sequel Sniper: Ultimate Kill.
The following weapons were used in the film Sniper: Ghost Shooter:
Russian soldiers appear to be armed with Makarov PM
Said uses a pistol that is in reality the blank-firing Zoraki 917.
Accuracy International AX338
Former russian spetsnaz officer Andrei uses SVD in his memories.
Steyr HS .50-M1
Steyr SSG 08
Blaser 93 Tactical
The ghost shooter also is seen using a Blaser 93 sniper rifle that lacks a muzzle brake.
The PTRS-41 anti-tank rifle is also used.
Gilboa Series Rifles
Several of the rifles in the film that resemble the M4A1 appear to be hybrid rifles built in part from the "Gilboa" series of rifles manufactured by Silver Shadow, an authorized Israeli weapon manufacturer. These rifles are likely the same ones that were seen in the 2014 film Jarhead 2: Field of Fire (which was also helmed by Sniper: Ghost Shooter's director Don Michael Paul).
The "Commando" model is seen used.
Some of the soldiers carry a rifle with an even shorter barrel which appear to be to built up from Gilboa's "Shorty" model.
Beckett also uses the AKMSU.
Some chechens and ISIS terrorists use Arsenal AR's.
A PK machine gun is used by enemy forces.
Enemy fighters are seen using the RPG-7.