Sentence (Prigovor), The
The Sentence (Also known as Verdict; Russian title: Приговор, Prigovor) is a 1994 Russian detective movie, based on the novel "Homicidal Lady" by Day Keene. In one of the US states, a major robbery of the bank was committed, as a result of which two guards were killed. In the murder is charged a Jim Conley, a bank employee. With irrefutable evidence, Attorney General Ted Talbot is pass a death sentence for Conley. But a day later one of the witnesses confesses to the murder, a little later was finded his corpse. Talbot's career comes to an end. His friend and assistant Leo Harman, realizing that Talbot cleverly was framed, begins an inconceivable intrigue investigation.
The following weapons were used in the film Sentence (Prigovor), The:
Smith & Wesson 659
One of the police officiers seen with the Smith & Wesson 659 pistol.
Smith & Wesson 469
Smith & Wesson 459
Marksman 1010 BB pistol
Wiki Paul (Aleksandra Zakharova) uses the Marksman 1010 BB pistol pistol during the scene in Warwick's mansion.
One of the fake police officers is briefly seen with what appears to be a Glock 17 pistol.
Leo Harman (Leonid Kuravlyov) uses unknown revolver in the same scene. The weapon seen very unclearly, but the gun looks like an "old school" Colt or Smith & Wesson. Revolver seems to have a protected in front ejector rod, which makes it rather the S&W.
Guards in the Warwick's mansion carries the Mossberg 500 shotguns.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser
One of the Warwick's guards also carries the Mossberg 500 Cruiser shotgun.