Discord-logo.jpg Join our Discord!
If you have been locked out of your account you can request a password reset here.

Hooked (Na Igre)

From Internet Movie Firearms Database - Guns in Movies, TV and Video Games
Jump to navigation Jump to search

(Na Igre)
Film poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Directed by Pavel Sanaev
Release Date 2009
Language Russian
Studio Karoprokat
Main Cast
Character Actor
Vampir Sergey Chirkov
Rita Marina Petrenko
Doktor Pavel Priluchnyy
Komar Evgeniy Kharlanov
Dlinnyy Tikhon Zhiznevskiy
Yan Nodar Siradze
Maksim Aleksey Bardukov
Lena Agnia Ditkovskite
Boris Sergeevich Viktor Verzhbitskiy
Lebedev Boris Tenin

Hooked (Na Igre) (Russian Title: На игре) is a 2009 Russian science-fiction action movie directed by Pavel Sanaev, based on the book The Games in Life by Aleksandr Chubaryan. After victory at a cyber sports tournament, the winning gamers are awarded discs with a brand new game. This game comes with an unexpected feature- after playing it, gamers receive their gaming abilities in the real world. Vampire, Doc, Komar (aka Mosquito), Dlinnyy (aka Long) and Yan become the best shooters. Max becomes the best fighter. Rita becomes the best racer. How will they take advantage of their new abilities?

The following weapons are featured in the film Hooked (Na Igre):


Makarov PM

A Makarov PM is used by Vampir (Sergey Chirkov). It's also seen in an FPS game.

Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Vampire reloading his Makarov PM.
The Makarov PM during the first-person shooter sequence in the film.

Stechkin APS

Yan (Nodar Siradze) holds a Stechkin APS in one scene.

Russian Stechkin APS - 9x18mm Makarov
Yan holds a captured Stechkin APS.

Beretta 92FS

Several characters, include Vampire (Sergey Chirkov), are armed with Beretta 92FS pistols. Some of them are BB gun replicas.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Vampire (Sergey Chirkov) holds a Beretta 92FS BB gun.
Vampire fires a Beretta 92FS BB gun.
Zaritsyn's guard holds the Beretta 92FS.
Zaritsyn's guard fires the Beretta 92FS.

Umarex Walther CP99

Dlinnyy (Tikhon Zhiznevskiy) and Doc (Pavel Priluchnyy) are armed with Umarex Walther CP99 airsoft pistols, standing in for the Walther P99.

Umarex Walther CP99 - .177 pellet
Dlinnyy (Tikhon Zhiznevskiy) holds the Walther CP99.
Note the straight slide serration, typical for a CP99.
Doc (Pavel Priluchnyy) fires the Walther CP99.
Close up of the Walther CP99.

Walther P22

Komar (Evgeniy Kharlanov) fires a Walther P22, which also appears in the hands of Sergey Zaritsyn (Igor Sklyar).

Walther P22 - .22 LR with stainless steel slide
Komar fires his Walther P22.
Sergey Zaritsyn (Igor Sklyar) holds a captured Walther P22.

Glock 19

The Glock 19 is used by Dlinnyy and Doc.

Glock 19 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
A reflection of Dlinnyy in the car window with the Glock 19.
Doc holds his Glock 19.
Same scene.

Submachine Guns

PDT-9T Esaul

OMON (SWAT) officers use the PDT-9T Esaul, likely standing in for the PP-91 Kedr.

PDT-9T Esaul less-than-lethal personal protection weapon - 9mm P.A. Rubber
An OMON officer armed with the PDT-9T Esaul, representing the PP-91 Kedr submachine gun.
The same OMON officer fires his PDT-9T Esaul.

Assault Rifles


Militsiya (Russian police) and OMON (SWAT) officers use AKS-74U rifles.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
A Militsiya (aka police) lieutenant fires his AKS-74U.
An OMON officer holds the AKS-74U.
An OMON officer fires the AKS-74U.


Dlinnyy uses an AKS-74 in one scene.

AKS-74, 5.45x39mm
Dlinnyy holds the AKS-74 assault rifle.


An AK-74M is seen in the hands of one OMON officer.

AK-74M, 5.45x39mm
The OMON officer fires the AK-74M.


Nearly all the Islamic terrorists can be seen armed with the AK-103. Yan (Nodar Siradze) captures one.

AK-103, 7.62x39mm
Some Muslim terrorists can be seen armed with the customized AK-103 assault rifles with foregrips and red dot sights.
A Muslim terrorist fires his customized AK-103.
Yan (Nodar Siradze) holds captured AK-103.
A Muslim terrorist fires his AK-103.
Close up of the AK-103 receiver.


An AKM is seen in footage of a Counter-Strike-style first-person shooter.

AKM, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake - 7.62x39mm
Film opening titles.


SKS rifle

Vampire and Doc both use a heavily customized SKS rifle fitted in a bullpup conversion stock.

Russian Simonov SKS rifle - 7.62x39mm
The heavily customized Simonov SKS rifle used in this movie.
Vampire aims the heavily customized Simonov SKS rifle. Note the lack of iron sights or optic.
Doc fires the heavily customized SKS rifle.
Close up of the fake suppressor.
Close up of the SKS bolt handle.
Note the side-rail on receiver for sighting equipment.
Vampire fires the SKS rifle. Note the jammed shell.


Benelli M3 Super 90

Doc fires a Benelli M3 Super 90.

Benelli M3 Super 90 with top folding stock - 12 Gauge
Doc holds the[Benelli M3 Super 90 shotgun with a top-folding stock.

Machine Guns


Boris Sergeevich's guard is seen with an RPK-74M.

RPK-74M light machine gun with 45-round box magazine - 5.45x39mm
Boris Sergeevich's guard holds the RPK-74M light machine gun.

Grenade Launchers


Dlinnyy gives an RPG-26 to Komar.

RPG-26 - 72.5mm
Dlinnyy holds the captured RPG-26 rocket launcher.
Komar (Evgeniy Kharlanov) carries multiple RPG-26 rocket launchers.


Tippmann 98 Custom

Several characters, including Vampir and Comar, use Tippmann 98 Custom paintball guns.

Tippmann 98 Custom Paintball Marker - .62 caliber
Vampir fires a Tippmann 98 Custom paintball marker.
Komar fires a Tippmann 98 Custom.

See Also

Hooked 2. Next Level (Na Igre 2. Novyy Uroven)

Do Not Sell My Personal Information