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Right to Shoot (Pravo na vystrel), The
The Right to Shoot (Pravo na vystrel) is a 1981 Soviet adventure movie directed by Viktor Zhivolub. The Soviet border guard ship under the command of Capt.Lt. Nikitin detects illegal actions of Japanese fishing vessel in Soviet territorial waters. Nikitin unravels that this vessel is in fact a spy ship under disguise and begins pursue.
The following weapons were used in the film The Right to Shoot (Pravo na vystrel):
Soviet officers and also sailors in boarding teams carry Makarov PM holsters. A pistol is briefly hold by Capt. Lt. Evgeniy Krymov (Aleksandr Martynov), the commander of the boarding group on Nikitin's border guard ship. It's hard to say if the holsters in other cases are empty or not.
Soviet Border Guard soldiers are armed with AKM assault rifles. Some lack the slant muzzle compensators but the narrow front sights allow to differ them from AK-47.
Soviet border guards also carry AKMS assault rifles.
Some Border Guard soldiers carry AK-74 (or maybe AKS-74) assault rifles. Possibly these men are not extras but real Border Guard personnel.
Soviet border guard ships Project 205P (NATO reporting name Stenka-class) are armed with two AK-230 mountings with twin Nudelman-Nemenov NN-30 autocannons.
Two twin mountings of Afanasev-Makarov AM-23 autocannons, naval version of the dorsal mounting of Tu-16 bomber plane, are mounted on the Project 125A hydrofoil patrol boat. This boat appears in the movie as a foreign spy fast boat that invades in Soviet territorial waters.
SPSh Flare Pistol
SPSh Flare Pistol is used by a sailor of Nikitin's border guard ship.
Project 205P border guard ships, including Nikitin's 024, are widely seen in the movie. These ships are armed with two twin 30 mm AK-230 moutings and four single 400 mm anti-submarine torpedo tubes.
Other Soviet Navy and Border Guard ships are also seen.