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Chernobyl Diaries

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Chernobyl Diaries
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DVD Cover
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Bradley Parker
Release Date 2012
Language English
Studio Alcon Entertainment
FilmNation Entertainment
Oren Peli / Brian Witten Pictures
Distributor Warner Bros. Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Amanda Devin Kelley
Natalie Olivia Taylor Dudley
Uri Dimitri Diatchenko
Michael Nathan Phillips
Paul Jonathan Sadowski
Chris Jesse McCartney
Zoe Ingrid Bolsø Berdal

The following weapons were used in the film Chernobyl Diaries:

Walther P99QA

Uri (Dimitri Diatchenko) carries a Walther P99QA as his personal weapon at one point. This pistol can be seen in the hands of Paul (Jonathan Sadowski), Michael (Nathan Phillips), Amanda (Devin Kelley) and Natalie (Olivia Taylor Dudley)

Walther P99QA - 9x19mm
Uri (Dimitri Diatchenko) with his Walther P99QA.
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Paul (Jonathan Sadowski) holds the P99QA after firing it.
Paul hands the P99QA to Natalie (Olivia Taylor Dudley).
Paul aims the P99QA at the darkness.


One Berkut (Ukrainian SWAT) member (Milos Timotijevic) carries an AKMS at the checkpoint. Ukrainian special forces at the film's climax also can be seen using AKMS rifles, although they're not seen clearly.

AKMS - 7.62x39mm
The Berkut on the right holds what appears to be an AKMS.
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Special forces with AKMS.

Zastava M70AB2

Paul (Jonathan Sadowski) finds an unloaded and broken Zastava M70AB2, seemingly standing in for a Russian AK variant.

Zastava M70AB2 - 7.62x39mm
Paul (Jonathan Sadowski) investigates the M70AB2 rifle...
...and tries to charge it...
...only to realize that it's empty and broken.
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The barrel is seen, showing the 3-vent handguard and grenade launching sight of Zastava M70 rifles.


An antique cannon is seen in a Eastern Europe fortress.

Naval cannon - 18th century
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