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Antikiller D.K.

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Antikiller D.K.
AntikillerDK Poster.jpg
Original poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Eldar Salavatov
Release Date 2009
Language Russian
Studio Arnold & Gregor Production
Stimul M Production
Adrenaline Pro
Main Cast
Character Actor
Korenev aka "Lis" Gosha Kutsenko
Katya Ekaterina Klimova
Oleg Khondachyov Mikhail Efremov
Litvinov Sergey Veksler
"Kolgan" Aleksandr Tyutin
"Klop" Ivan Bortnik
"Metis" Vyacheslav Razbegaev
"Young Shaman" Evgeniy Antropov

Antikiller D.K. is a Russian 2009 crime movie, a sequel for Antikiller (2002) and Antikiller 2: Antiterror (2003), directed by Eldar Salavatov. Due to high stress Korenev aka "Lis" (Gosha Kutsenko) gets severe mental problems and is now held in mental hospital. But the shadows of the past find him even here.

The following weapons were used in the film Antikiller D.K.:



Makarov PM

Makarov PM pistols are widely used throughout the movie, used by "Kolgan"'s bodyguards, a pair of bald hitmen (Sergey Badyuk and Yuriy Fedorishen), and a hitman in night club (Konstantin Isayev). The latter character has a suppressed pistol that is taken from him by "Lis" (Gosha Kutsenko). Litvinov (Sergey Veksler), "Metis" (Vyacheslav Razbegaev) and "Young Shaman" (Evgeniy Antropov) use PMs during the shootout in the mortuary.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
"Kolgan"'s bodyguard fires a PM.
Another bodyguard with a PM.
"Metis" appears in the mortuary with a PM in hand (instead of previously used TT).
The first bald hitman (Sergey Badyuk) draws a PM.
The second bald hitman (Yuriy Fedorishen) dual-wields a Stechkin APS and a PM.
Litvinov fires a pair of PM. The bores are too small for real pistols so these guns are possibly some replica.
Wounded Litvinov holds a discharged PM.
Silenced Makarov PM.
The killer in night club aims a suppressed PM.
"Lis" holds the suppressed pistol.
The PM disassembles when Litvinov forcibly takes it from "Lis".

Stechkin APS

During the shootout in the mortuary one of the pair of bald hitmen (Yuriy Fedorishen) dual-wields a Stechkin APS and a Makarov PM. The APS appears to be a non-lethal APS-M in 10x22T caliber.

Stechkin APS - 9x18mm Makarov
The hitman draws an APS.
He dual-wields an APS and a PM.

Tokarev TT-33

"Lis" (Gosha Kutsenko) takes a Tokarev TT-33 from "Kolgan"'s bodyguard during the shootout in the stable and uses it until the pistol runs dry. "Kolgan" (Aleksandr Tyutin) is armed with a TT when he and his bodyguards visit "Klop"'s house. A TT is held by "Metis" (Vyacheslav Razbegaev) when he hides in coffin.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
"Lis" disarms a bodyguard.
"Lis" fires.
The pistol has post-1947 slide serration.
The pistol switches to another TT that has pre-1947 slide serration.
The barrel of "Metis"'s TT appears from the coffin.
"Kolgan" holds a TT. It is also pre-1947 pistol.

Reck Miami 92F

Several of "Kolgan"'s bodyguards carry Beretta 92FS-style pistols. "Lis" (Gosha Kutsenko) takes one of these pistols from a dead guard and uses it. Upon close inspection these pistols appear to be Reck Miami 92F blank-firing replicas.

Reck Miami 92F, black finish - 9mm P.A.K. blanks
A bodyguard fires his pistol at "Lis".
The shape of the inscription on the slide and the position of the screw on grip match Reck Miami 92F replica.
"Lis" holds the pistol.
The pistol is seen cycling and extracting spent brass.

Umarex GPDA

One of "Kolgan"'s bodyguards carries an Umarex GPDA, dual-wielding it with an M1911-style pistol.

Browning GPDA9 - 9mm PAK
A bodyguard at the left draws a pistol.
The bodyguard dual-wields his pistols.

Kimar 911

The second pistol of abovementioned bodyguard appears to be a Kimar 911, identified by the thick wooden grips with large screw holes.

Kimar 911 - 9mm PAK
A bodyguard holds M1911-style pistol.
The grips can be seen. They match Kimar 911 replica.
The bodyguard dual-wields his pistols.


Benelli M3 Super 90

During the shootout in the stable and the following road chase one of the bodyguards uses a Benelli M3 Super 90 semi auto shotgun. "Young Shaman" (Evgeniy Antropov) also uses a Benelli shotgun during the chase. The effect of shots is shown equal to a rocket grenade, destroying cars in huge explosions (something that is probably redundant even for frag rounds of AA-12). Shotguns are used only in pump-action mode as blank shots don't generate enough recoil to operate the semi-auto system.

Benelli M3 Super 90 with top folding stock - 12 Gauge
A bodyguard fires his shotgun. The buttstock is unfolded.
The extracted cartridge is seen in midair.
A close-up of the barrel.
The bodyguard fires from the car. Now the buttstock is folded.
"Young Shaman" appears with his shotgun in hands.
The pump-action is seen.

Sawed-off Double Barrel Shotgun

When "Kolgan" and his bodyguards appear in "Klop"'s house, "Papa" (Stanislav Lyubshin) uses a Sawed-off Double Barrel Shotgun with a devastating effect.

Sawed off side by side shotgun with exposed hammers - 12 gauge
"Papa" fires throught the door.
The opened shotgun is seen on the workbench.

Assault Rifles


In the opening scene a pair of bald hitmen (Sergey Badyuk and Yuriy Fedorishen) make an assassination attempt on "Metis", using AKS-74U assault rifles. During the shootout in the mortuary "Lis" (Gosha Kutsenko) takes an AKS-74U from "Young Shaman"'s bag.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
A pair of hitmen fire their guns.
"Lis" takes an AKS-74U.
A close-up of the gun in "Lis"' hands.


One of "Kolgan"'s bodyguards uses an AKMS during the car chase.

AKMS - 7.62x39mm

Other Weapons

URG F-1 Hand Grenade

A pair of URG F-1 hand grenades is used as a boody trap during the shootout in the mortuary.

URG F-1 practice grenade
A pair of F-1s as booby trap.
A grenade on the floor prior to explosion.

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