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Ghost (a direct translation of original title Prizrak) is a Soviet 1991 action thriller directed by Nikita Orlov. A fishing control inspector on Volga is find drowned. His death is considered an accident, but when his twin brother Nikolay Grishayev (Nikita Vysotskiy), former sport shooting champion turned drunkard, returns to native village, he suspects local poachers in the murder. Nikolay decides to take revenge.
The following weapons were used in the film Ghost (Prizrak):
During the operation of Militsiya special unit in the wetlands, Militsiya Sr.Lt. Konstantin Grigoryevich (Rostislav Yankovskiy), the commander of the special unit (Igor Murugov) and fishing control inspector Ivan (Vladimir Tolokonnikov) are armed with Makarov PM pistols.
TOZ-34 over and under shotguns widely used throughout the movie, seen in hands of Nikolay Grishayev (Nikita Vysotskiy) and several poachers.
In the opening scene skeet shooters fire IZh-27 over and under shotguns.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Local poachers also use side by side Double Barreled Shotguns.
An Izhmash Los rifle is seen in the scene in fishing control inspection office.
Personnel of Militsiya special unit carry AKS-74 assault rifles.
AKS-74U are also used by the special unit.