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Third Planet (Tretya planeta), The
The Third Planet (Russian title: Третья планета, Tretya planeta) is a 1991 Soviet science fiction movie. Alyona, the fifteen-year-old daughter of Anton, who suffers from a serious and incurable disease, is once again discharged without improvement now from a foreign clinic. Anton decides to return home and try his luck in the "Zone" - a place where an atomic catastrophe happened many years ago. Now, according to rumors and magazine publications, there live a group of hermits-healers. Anton and Alyona pass through the spaces infected with radiation and get to the oasis closed from the whole world, a small settlement of hermits. However, they still do not know how everything will eventually turn out.
The following weapons were used in the film Third Planet (Tretya planeta), The:
Anton buys an FN Barracuda revolver from a gun shop at the beginning of the film. This particular version is named in the film "Astra Police", which also evidenced by the characteristic grips with logo. The gun itself is bought without any license whatsoever, which is absolute fiction, and is apparently a direct reference to similar acts in many action films (which in real life would be commonplace for the black market, but not for an official store). Another obvious cinema stereotype is that the revolver is sold without any spare ammunition. It is subsequently used by Alyona and Anton.
SPSh Flare Pistol
A soldier (Sergey Kupriyanov) uses an SPSh Flare Pistol at the end of the movie.
At least one of the special forces fighters can be seen using the Uzi.
At least one of the special forces fighters can be seen armed with a Sa 26 SMG.
Anton (Boris Sokolov) briefly uses the Thompson M1928A1 modified for use with 7.62x25 blanks in one scene.
Winchester Model 1912
One of the special forces fighters can be seen armed with the Winchester Model 1912 shotgun.
Atis R.G. 700
The Atis R.G. 700 shotgun can be seen in the gun shop, unmistakably identifiable by the unique shape of the forend (the Valtro R05 is also a possible ID, but the Atis is much more possible for that time).
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
Some 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotguns are seen in the gun shop. A pair of shotguns are also subsequently visible hanging on the wall.
Over and Under Shotgun
What appears to be a pair of Over and Under Shotguns is also are seen in the gun shop.
The IZh-K (or ZK) single barreled shotgun is also visible on the wall.
APS Underwater Assault Rifle
At least one of the special forces fighters can be seen armed with the APS Underwater Assault Rifle.
The soldiers at the roadblock at the end of the film are armed with AK-74s.
One of the special forces fighters is seen with the AKS-74U.
A KPVT HMG is seen as the main armament of a BTR-80 deployed at a roadblock at the end of the movie.
2A28 Grom 73mm low pressure smoothbore guns are seen as the main armament of abandoned BMP-1 APCs seen in the Zone.
A D-56T 76.2 mm tank gun can be seen as the main armament of a LKZ PT-76 swimming tank briefly seen on the military train.
One scene in the film that requires its own section is the gun shop, where an entire bunch of weapons can be seen. Handguns are listed here to save space. Almost all of them are target versions and were clearly provided by some sport community.