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Ghost (Prizrak)

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Ghost (Prizrak)
Prizrak Poster.jpg
Country SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Nikita Orlov
Release Date 1991
Language Russian
Studio EKTA Studio
RITM Studio
Main Cast
Character Actor
Nikolay Grishayev Nikita Vysotskiy
Aleksey Ivanovich Popov Yuriy Nazarov
Ivan Vladimir Tolokonnikov
Militsiya Sr.Lt. Konstantin Grigoryevich Rostislav Yankovskiy
Lyuba Nadezhda Butyrtseva
Aleksandr Zhygin Nikolay Yerofeyev

Ghost (a direct translation of original title Prizrak) is a Soviet 1991 action thriller directed by Nikita Orlov. A fishing control inspector on Volga is find drowned. His death is considered an accident, but when his twin brother Nikolay Grishayev (Nikita Vysotskiy), former sport shooting champion turned drunkard, returns to native village, he suspects local poachers in the murder. Nikolay decides to take revenge.

The following weapons were used in the film Ghost (Prizrak):


Makarov PM

During the operation of Militsiya special unit in the wetlands, Militsiya Sr.Lt. Konstantin Grigoryevich (Rostislav Yankovskiy), the commander of the special unit (Igor Murugov) and fishing control inspector Ivan (Vladimir Tolokonnikov) are armed with Makarov PM pistols.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
The commander of the special unit holds a PM.
Ivan holds a PM.
Ivan covers under gunfire.
Konstantin Grigoryevich fires his pistol.
After a single shot the slide of his pistol stops in rear position...
...but he continues "shooting".
The commander of the special unit with a PM.
Ivan with a PM and Nikolay with a TOZ-34 shotgun in the climactic scene.



TOZ-34 over and under shotguns widely used throughout the movie, seen in hands of Nikolay Grishayev (Nikita Vysotskiy) and several poachers.

TOZ-34 - 12 gauge
Nikolay fires at a target, showing his shooting skills to the head of fishing control inspection Aleksey Ivanovich Popov (Yuriy Nazarov).
Nikolay reloads the shotgun.
A general view of the shotgun.
An over and under shotgun in poachers' boat.
Nikolay reloads the shotgun during the confrontation with poachers.
Ivan (Vladimir Tolokonnikov) disassembles the shotgun at the background.
Nikolay fires at poachers' boat.


In the opening scene skeet shooters fire IZh-27 over and under shotguns.

IZh-27 - 12 gauge
A closeup of the barrel with the vent rib, a feature that helps to identify the shotgun as IZh-27, unlike TOZ-34.
A shooter loads the gun.
He fires.
A general view of the shotgun.
Shooters on range.

Double Barreled Shotgun

Local poachers also use side by side Double Barreled Shotguns.

Aleksandr aka "Bobon" (Andrey Kryukov) reaches his shotgun...
...and aims it at Nikolay who tries to find out about the circumstances of the death of his brother.
Kopytov (Viktor Pomortsev) holds a shotgun in the final scene.
Tolik Samokhvalov (Valery Kravchenko) holds a shotgun in the final scene.


Izhmash Los

An Izhmash Los rifle is seen in the scene in fishing control inspection office.

Los-4 hunting rifle - 7.62х51mm
Aleksey Ivanovich Popov (Yuriy Nazarov) shows the rifle to Nikolay Grishayev.
The rifle in hands of Ivan (Vladimir Tolokonnikov).

Assault Rifles


Personnel of Militsiya special unit carry AKS-74 assault rifles.

AKS-74 - 5.45x39mm
A special unit trooper with an AKS-74.
The folding stock is seen.
Another man with an AKS-74.
A white blank firing adapter is seen on the muzzle of an AKS-74.


AKS-74U are also used by the special unit.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
An AKS-74U in hands of a special unit trooper.
A special unit trooper holds an AKS-74U.

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