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The Storm Gate (Russian Title:Grozovye vorota/Грозовые ворота) is a 2006 Russian four part Chechen War miniseries. It is based on the book "Company" by writer Aleksander Tamonikov. This film is about the company senior lieutenant Doronin, which opposed the superior forces of terrorists.
The following weapons are seen in the film The Storm Gate (Grozovye vorota):
Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Note this shot is mirrored.
Terrorist fires the AK-74M
at Russian SPETZNAZ. Note the blank adapter.
Kostyan poses for the photographer with his AK-74M
Note the bullet hole in the magazine and a side-rail bracket for mounting optics
The AKS-74 are the mainstay weapons of many Russian soldiers and Chechen terrorists.
Terrorist fires his AKS-74
Senior lieutenant Doronin with his AKS-74
Dance with an assault rifle
Some Chechen terrorists and Russian SPETZNAZ carry AKMS.
SPETZNAZ fighter holds AKMS with silencer
SPETZNAZ fighter fires his AKMS with silencer
Some SPETZNAZ soldiers can be seen with a VSS Vintorez
VSS Vintorez sniper rifle - 9x39mm.
SVD Dragunov - 7.62x54mm R.
rifle with wooden furniture
SVD rifle with polymer furniture and new flash muzzle brake
Chechen sniper shoots at the Russian soldiers
PKM Machine Gun
Several Russian soldiers and SPETZNAZ fighters use the PKM Machine Gun.
PKM with with latest version of Flash hider - 7.62x54mm R
Kolyan with his PKM on winter training
A SPETZNAZ fighter fires his PKM.
Kolyan loads a belt of 7.62x54mm into the chamber of his PKM.
Kolyan fires the PKM. Note the PU scope
PKT Machine Gun
During a fight BMD-1 use the 7.62 mm PKT coaxial tank machine gun.
PKT machine gun with 250-round ammo drum - 7.62x54mm R
Several terrorists fighters use the RPK-74 light machine gun.
RPK-74 light machine gun with 45-round box magazine - 5.45x39mm
In the opening titles of the miniseries we can see an Mi-24 Hind with the Yakushev-Borzov Yak-B Gatling gun.
Yakushev-Borzov Yak-B - 12.7x108mm
Russian forces used a ZU-23-2 anti-aircraft gun as a support weapon.
ZU-23-2 Anti-Aircraft gun - 23x152mm
Senior lieutenant Doronin fires at a Chechen sniper
Two soldiers man the ZU-23-2
First-person view of the ZU-23-2's barrels
The BMD-2 is armed with stabilized 30 mm Shipunov 2A42 multi-purpose autocannon.
Mi-24P Hind with a fixed side-mounted 30-mm GSh-30K twin-barrel cannon.
GP-25 grenade launcher - 40mm
AKS-74 with GP-25
AK-74 with GP-25 grenade launcher. Note the blank adapter.
AKS-74 with GP-25 grenade launcher
Terrorist holds his AKMS with GP-25 grenade launcher
RPG-26 launcher is used by terrorists to attack the Russian troops and militia officers. Russian troops also carry and operate them.
A terrorist prepares to open a fire on a Militsia
(Russian Police) vehicle
A terrorist prepares to open a fire on a SPETZNAZ machine gun crew
A terrorist fighter fires his RPG-26 at the Russians.
Russian soldier prepare to open a fire at the enemies
Russian soldier fires his RPG-26 at the enemies.
Terrorist fighters fire their RPG-26 at the Russians.
Some of the terrorists are armed with RPG-7 Launcher. They are never shown being fired.
RPO-A Schmel (Bumblebee) thermobaric rocket launcher - 93mm
Automatic grenade launcher AGS-17 Plamya is used by Russian troops.
AGS-17 "Plamya" on tripod - 30mm
The SA-18 Igla is used by Chechen terrorist in the film to shoot down Mi-24 Hind.
SA-18 Igla launcher and missile - 72mm
F-1 Hand Grenade
400px F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
RGD-5 Hand Grenade
RGD-5 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Chechen terrorists used ZRP-2 mine-clearing line charge to create a breach in Russian minefields.
ZRP-2 Tropa rocket-propelled mine clearing line charge
MON-50 antipersonnel mine
MON-50 anti-personnel mine
2B14 Podnos mortar
loading 2B14 Podnos mortar
122-mm D-30 howitzer
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