Murder of the Witness (Ubiystvo svidetelya)
Murder of the Witness (Ubiystvo svidetelya) is a 1990 Soviet detective movie directed by Eduard Gavrilov.
The following weapons were used in the film Murder of the Witness (Ubiystvo svidetelya):
A chief of racketeers gang Vasiliy Ivanovich Kuzin (Roman Grekov) is seen with a Nagant M1895 revolver.
Moscow Ugolovny Rozysk (criminal police) detectives Militsiya Capt. Aleksandr Grigoryevich Rodin (Sergei Rozhentsev) and Col. Semyon Timofeevich Skokov (Nikolay Penkov) carry Makarov PM pistols in shoulder (so-called “operative”) holsters. During the arrest of racketeers Militsiya personnel carry PM pistols.
Dragunov SVD Sniper Rifle
Militsiya snipers are armed with sniper rifles that look very close to Dragunov SVD but have different flash hiders, too short in comparison with SVD and resembling later modification SVDS that entered service only in 1994.
Custom Bolt Action Rifle
During the robbery in supermarket Vladimir Anatolyevich Shvetsov (Boris Shuvalov) is armed with a homemade bolt action single shot rifle. This is an actual criminal gun, loaned for filming from Militsiya.