Savoy (Савой) is a 1990 Soviet crime thriller directed by Mikhail Avetikov. During the duty journey in Soviet Central Asia an engineer Sergey Gusev (Vladimir Steklov) is kidnapped and becomes a slave in salt mine. He has to struggle for his life and freedom and radically changes during the struggle.
The following weapons were used in the film Savoy:
Gusev (Vladimir Steklov) takes a Makarov PM from a militsioneer (police officer) during the prison break and uses it in several scenes. In the final scene a Militsia Sr. Lt. (Vadim Pomerantsev) fires a PM.
Several O/U shotguns, most likely TOZ-34, are seen in hands of German colonists.
What appears to be MTs 21-12 semi auto hunting shotgun is seen on the wall together with O/U shotgun.
Undefined pump-action or semi-automatic shotgun is сarried by one of German colonists. It may be the above MTs 21, but it is not exactly known.
Double Barrled Sawed-Off Shotgun
In the opening scene a local criminal holds a Sawed-off Double Barrel Shotgun.
In one scene a pair of Mi-24V, armed with Yakushev-Borzov Yak-B, fly over Gusev.