April (original title Aprel) is a Russian 2001 crime drama directed by Konstantin Murzenko. Aprel (Evgeniy Stychkin), a petty criminal, failed a mission to assassinate a businessman Vladimir Derkach (Denis Burgazliev) who is involved in criminal activities of rival gang. Now Aprel has to escape to save his life. Before leaving the town, he visits his girlfriend Alla who works a night nurse in orphanage. The same night Derkach, accompanied with three seasoned gangsters, breaks into the orphanage with a goal to kidnap several infants and use them in illegal organ trade. Now Aprel is the only one who can stop them.
The following weapons were used in the film April (Aprel):
All three gangsters, Grigoriy (Viktor Terelya), "Komar" ("Gnat") (Valeriy Ivakov) and "Vodolaz" ("Diver") (Dmitriy Bobrov), carry Stechkin APS pistols. During the climactic scene in orphanage their pistols pass in hands of Aprel (Evgeniy Stychkin) and Vladimir Derkach (Denis Burgazliev).
Winchester Model 1300
During the climactic scene in orphanage the gang uses a Winchester Model 1300. It it seen in hands of Grigoriy (Viktor Terelya), "Vodolaz" (Dmitriy Bobrov) and Vladimir Derkach (Denis Burgazliev). When Aprel disables most of the gangsters, Doctor Mertsalov (Aleksandr Nazarov) picks up the shotgun.
OMON (Russian SWAT) troopers carry AKMS assault rifles when they appear in the orphanage.
In the final scene a militsia (police) sergeant (a cameo of movie cinematographer Maksim Trapo) holds an AKS-74U.
In one scene Doctor Mertsalov (Aleksandr Nazarov) plays Doom 2 video game.