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Plane flies to Russia (Samolyot letit v Rossiyu), The
The plane flies to Russia (Rus. Самолёт летит в Россию, Samolyot letit v Rossiyu) is a 1994 Russian comedy. The terrorists, depicting the seizure of one airplane, disembarked on takeoff with three hostages, seized and hijacked another - the old cargo An-12. During the flight, one of the engines fails and, in order to lighten the plane, the terrorists throw all the extra cargo overboard. Three passengers taken hostage, planted into a container with a parachute, and they land in the desert of mountainous terrain, in the unnamed country.
By coincidence, they are taken for members of one powerful criminal organization. Now they have to get out of the resulting problems, and find a way to return home.
The following weapons were used in the film Plane flies to Russia (Samolyot letit v Rossiyu), The:
Leader of Terrorists (Viktor Solovyov) carries the TT-33.
One of local mafia members (Sergei Silkin) carries the Walther P38. P38 pistols also carried by police investigator (Valeriy Velichko), and by main henchman of mafia boss (Anatoliy Mambetov).
Another mafiosi is seen with Mauser C96.
PPSh-41 (as K-50M)
One of the terrorists (Oleg Komarov) carries what to be appears a Vietnamese K-50M submachine gun. On closer examination, this is likely the original PPSh-41, modified to look like one.
One of mafia members uses the supressed MAC-10 during a shootout with the police. Another mafia man can be seen holding analougos gun with a unfolded stock.
What appears to be a Király M43 SMG is carried by one of mafia men.
A Haenel-Schmeisser MP28/II is carried by a sailor in one scene.
The M1928A1 Thompson submachine guns is carried by several mafia men.
The guard on the tower can be seen holding the M1928A1 Thompson with a very rare 100-round magazine. This magazine is likely a legacy from the M1921 Thompson purchases, which also included 100-round drums.
The MP41 briefly visible in the hands of one of the liberated slaves.
Mosin Nagant sawn-off "obrez"
A terrorist (Leonid Platonov) carries the Mosin Nagant sawn-off "obrez", trimmed to carbine length.
Another terrorist (Sergey Rykusov) uses the AK-47. Several mafia men also carried AK-47s later.
OTs-14-1A-01 Groza (Mocked Up as Steyr AUG A1)
The Steyr AUG A1 rifles are used by the police, and later by several mafia members. On closer examination, however, they differ from the original AUG, which suggests that this is a some bullpup rifles under 7.62x39mm AK magazines, most like the new OTs-14-1A Groza, dressed like as Steyr AUG A1s.
The Navy sailors carries a M16A1 assault rifles. M16A1s also later used by several mafia members and by "Director" (Sergey Losev).
M16A1 Rubber Prop
A rubber props is used in several scenes.
Second rifle that carries "Director", is a StG 44 with scope and custom compensator.
Made for Movie Hand Held Minigun
This gun were built on the basis of DP-27 receiver.
M67 hand grenade
"Director" (Sergey Losev) carries during the firefight in mafia mansion a complect of M67 hand grenades (for sure a dummy props).
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
"Director" in addition to M67 grenades, also carried a few Model 24 Stielhandgranates.
Police used the unknown smoke grenade during the assault.
The BRDM-2 APC is used at the final of the film. It is equipped with a cannon turret (probably a fake one, since the BRDM-2 did not have a factory artillery version).