Risk Without Contract (Risk bez kontrakta)
Risk Without Contract (Risk bez kontrakta; Russian: Риск без контракта) is a 1992 Russian thriller. Main character, Sergey Gromov - professional stuntman. Time, free from filming, Sergey spend on something to earn. It is mainly engaged in that deliver the cars from town to town for sale. A rich businessmen pay him good. Sergey receives another good work - it is necessary to deliver the expensive car from Vladivostok to Moscow. On-site car waiting for a buyer who will pay a decent amount. In the hope of easy money, Sergey immediately agrees. And only in the way, he accidentally discovers that in the car hidden under a covering of a large batch of drugs...
The following weapons were used in the film Risk Without Contract (Risk bez kontrakta):
Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB
"Bob" (uncredited), a one of the Vladivostok mafia members, carries the Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB revolver with target grips.
Unknown snub-nose revolver
Several bad guys in movie carries the unknown snub-nose revolvers. This is most similar to cheap European revolvers, perhaps blank-firing or gas-firing.
One of hitmen sent by Karim to kill "Uncle Misha", holds Colt M1911A1.
At the beginning of the movie, during the filming, the actor who plays the role of a gangster is armed with an Sa 26.
In the memoirs of Sergey about the war in Afghanistan, USSR soldiers armed AKM rifles.
One of the bandits carries AKS-74U. Later Sergey captures it. Also, later one of the police officers at the checkpoint armed AKS-74U.
In his memoirs about the war in Afghanistan, Sergey armed PKM.
Sergey uses a stick of dynamite during the car chase to stop the bandits.
Sergey Gromov uses the URG-N training hand grenade to frighten a gangsters.