National Production Center of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Fara (Фара) is a 1999 Russian-Kazakh crime drama film about the life of the son of a Kazakh businessman. This film was directed Abai Karpykov (All That Is Tender (Tot, kto nezhnee)) and stars Farkhad Abdraimov, Bopesh Zhandayev, and Christina Orbakaite.
The following weapons were used in the film Fara:
Walther P88 Compact
The nameless woman (Christina Orbakaite) owns a Walther P88 Compact pistol. Fara (Farkhad Abdraimov) disarms her. At the film's ending, this pistol appears in the hands of criminal leader Bakha (Bopesh Zhandayev).
Walther P88 Compact - 9x19mm
The woman pulls her pistol to threaten Fara...
...but Fara easily disarms the woman.
Various firearms are seen in a gun shop.
Winchester Model 1300 Defender with black synthetic furniture (pre-2000s version) - 12 gauge
Winchester Model 1300 with extended tube & rubber butt pad - 12 gauge
Unknown rifles. A number of stocks on the left probably belong to Tigr
Remington 870 Express Deer - 12 gauge
On the right are a number of the above shotguns, including four Winchester 1300s with a Remington 870 Slug Gun
above them. In the middle is what appears to be a pair of Baikal IZh-43s
Savage 99DL Rifle with Monte Carlo stock - .308 Winchester
What appears to be a Savage 99
is seen on the left along with other rifles.