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The Codex of Disgrace (Kodeks beshchestiya)

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The Codex of Disgrace
(Kodeks beshchestiya)
Kodeks beshchestiya DVD.jpg
DVD Cover
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Vsevolod Shilovskiy
Release Date 1993
Language Russian
Studio AKVO
Main Cast
Character Actor
Tikhon Stepanovich Andrei Boltnev
Sergey Aleksandrovich Rebrov Igor Kostolevskiy
Masha Tatyana Vasileva
Edgar Nikolaevich Kholin Leonid Kuravlyov
Olga Kholina Veronika Izotova
Pavel Tselko Boris Shcherbakov
Chugunov Vyacheslav Tikhonov

The Codex of Disgrace (Kodeks beshchestiya) is a 1993 Russian detective movie directed by Vsevolod Shilovskiy. The story unfolds around so-called "gold of Communist Party" - values, transferred by high-rank Soviet officials to Swiss banks.

The following weapons were used in the film The Codex of Disgrace (Kodeks beshchestiya):


Geco P35

A hitman (Valeriy Smetskoy), sent to kill Olga Kholina (Veronika Izotova), uses a SIG-Sauer P225 pistol (actually a Geco P35 blank gun). The pistol then falls into Olga's hands.

Geco P35
The hitman holds his pistol.
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A closeup of the pistol.
A view from another side.
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Olga fires at the hitman...
...until the pistol runs dry.

Makarov PM

Edgar Nikolaevich Kholin (Leonid Kuravlyov), the head of the Gosbank (Soviet State Bank) office in Zurich, uses a Makarov PM with fake sound suppressor to kill a thief (Aleksandr Pashutin) in his apartments in Moscow.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Kholin enters the room with suppressed pistol in hand.
A close view of the gun.
The grip is seen.
Another close view of the pistol.
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Kholin fires. Note the present muzzle flash.

Assault Rifles


Special unit personnel guarding the transfer of gold at Sheremetyevo Airport are armed with AKS-74U assault rifles.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
Guards with AKS-74U on the airfield.
A closeup of AKS-74U.


AKS-74 assault rifles are seen in the scenes of the August Coup 1991.

AKS-74 with Bakelite magazine - 5.45x39mm
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Kodeks beshchestiya-AK-5.jpg
Soldiers with AKS-74 are seen on Moscow streets in August 19, 1991.

Machine Guns


BTR-80 APCs, armed with KPVT and PKT machine guns, are seen in the scenes of the August Coup 1991.

KPVT heavy machine gun with carry handle - 14.5x114mm
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Kodeks beshchestiya-BTR-2.jpg
BTR-80s on Moscow streets in August 19, 1991.


BTR-80 APCs, armed with KPVT and PKT machine guns, are seen in the scenes of the August Coup 1991.

PKT machine gun with 250-round ammo drum - 7.62x54mm R
Barrel of PKT machine gun can be seen next to KPVT.


Armored Vehicles

BTR-80 on Moscow streets in August 19, 1991.


Kodeks beshchestiya-Su27-1.jpg
Sukhoi Su-27 and twin-seat Su-27UB planes are seen on the airbase.

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