24 Hours (24 chasa)
24 Hours (Original title: 24 часа, Dvadtsat chetyrye chasa) is a 2000 Russian thriller. Professional hitman Feliks is fulfilling a costly order from the "hitmen union", disobeying a serious warning. Someone whom the customer called an "Oilman" is killed by him in broad daylight in a crowded place almost unnoticed by others. Immediately after this, Feliks learns the warning was serious - he will not be forgiven for eliminating the "Oilman".
The following weapons were used in the film 24 Hours (24 chasa):
Reck Miami 92F
During his subsequent mission, Feliks receives a pair of Beretta 92FS Inox pistols, which he uses later, sometimes with a suppressor. Upon closer inspection, they turn out to be blank-firing Reck Miami 92F pistols. A similar pistol can be briefly seen used by a guard in a hospital.
Blued Beretta 92FS pistols are used by some other characters and are most likely also the Reck Miami.
Makarov PM pistols are seen used by some members of the Spetsnaz GRU. They are also carried by the traffic police afterwards.
Some members of the Spetsnaz GRU also carry unknown pistols of Smith & Wesson pattern. One member of the vengeful squad is seen using an similar pistol.
Sten Mk II
The Sten Mk II are seen being used by one of the members of the vengeful squad.
The Mossberg 500 used by the hit team during a raid on a hospital. Two shotguns are visible, one field gun with black furniture, and the other with wood, equipped with a decidedly aftermarket pistol grip.
Winchester Model 1300
In one scene in a continuity error, the Mossberg 500 briefly turns into the Winchester 1300 Defender.
Norinco Type 56-1
The Norinco Type 56-1 (recognizable by a characteristic closed front sight) is seen used throughout the film, initially briefly seen in the hands of one of the Spetsnaz GRU members, later used by a corrupt prison van guard, a traffic police officer, and other characters. Apparently, only one gun which lacks the buttstock was used in the film, which moved from scene to scene. This is indeed a rather unusual sight for a Russian movie, given the presence of tons of their own AKS-47s.