|Lion's Share (Lvinaya dolya)
||Aleksandr Muratov (II)
Lion's Share (original title Lvinaya dolya) is a 2001 Russian action movie directed by Aleksandr Muratov (II). Four member of a special unit "Lev" ("Lion") are dismissed from service when they failed the operation to recover a stolen suitcase nuclear device. But some time later three of them are called into service again to finish their work when it becomes clear that the fourth man is a traitor and he is responsible in the disappearance of the device that is now in hands of a crime lord.
The following weapons were used in the film Lion's Share (Lvinaya dolya):
Makarov PM pistols are used by numerous characters, including "Hedgehog" (Nikolai Karachentsov), "Whale" (Dmitriy Pevtsov), "Frogling" (Dmitriy Maryanov), Oleg Simonov (Vladimir Zaytsev) and his henchmen. "Frogling" usually uses the pistol with a sound suppressor.
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
A criminal holds "Frogling" at gunpoint with a suppressed PM.
"Frogling" holds the pistol, retrieved from the criminal.
A close view of "Frogling"'s suppressed pistol in the scene in the train.
A close view of "Whale"'s PM.
Simonov's henchman holds a PM.
Simonov (at the right) holds the PM.
Simonov's henchman holds a PM in the final scene.
"Hedgehog" holds a PM, taken from Simonov's henchman.
"Frogling" holds a suppressed PM in the final scene.
"Hedgehog" holds "Frogling"'s pistol.
"Commander" (Yury Belyayev) carries a Stechkin APS pistol. During the climactic shootout "Hedgehog" (Nikolai Karachentsov) also uses an APS.
Stechkin APS - 9x18mm Makarov
"Commander" holds an APS.
In the climactic scene Luyba Akhmetova (Natalya Nazarova) carries a FEG PA-63 pistol.
FEG PA-63 - 9x18mm Makarov
Luyba draws the pistol from her purse.
Luyba tries to surprise her opponent.
A side view of the pistol.
The pistol is seen next to Luyba's body.
One of Simonov's henchmen (Aleksandr Solovyov Jr.) is seen with a FN Barracuda revolver.
FN Barracuda - .357 Magnum
A henchman (Aleksandr Solovyov Jr.) holds a revolver with open cylinder.
Sa vz. 61 Skorpion
Several of Simonov's henchmen carry Sa vz. 61 Skorpion SMGs.
Sa vz. 61 Skorpion - .32 ACP
A henchman holds a Skorpion.
A Skorpion is seen at the left.
A Skorpion is seen at the right in hands of a bodyguard (Kirill Ivanchenko).
One of Simonov's henchmen carries an Sa 25 SMG.
The henchman draws his SMG.
The henchman holds the SMG in the climactic scene. The shape of the magazine allows to identify it as a 9mm Sa 25 version rather than Sa 26 in 7.62mm caliber.
In several scenes OMON (Russian SWAT) snipers carry Dragunov SVD rifles.
Dragunov SVD sniper rifle - 7.62x54mm R
A trooper at the right holds an SVD. The image is blurry due to fast motion.
One of the troopers holds an SVD.
In several scenes OMON (Russian SWAT) personnel carry AKMS assault rifles. Some of these guns lack the slant muzzle compensators.
AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
personnel with AKMS. Despite the lack of the muzzle compensators, the assault rifles are identified as AKMS due to the narrow front sights.
storming Simonov's office.
The commander of the OMON (Oleg Semisynov) is armed with an AK-74.
commander holds the AK-74 (the bright orange buttstock is seen) in center background.
RGD-5 Hand Grenade
During the climactic shootout one of Simonov's henchmen carries an RGD-5 hand grenade.
RGD-5 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
The henchman carries the grenade on his belt.
The grenade on the floor.
Shooting Cigarette Lighter
"Commander" (Yury Belyayev) carries a shooting cigarette lighter in the shape of miniature Colt Python revolver as a last-ditch weapon.
"Commander" uses the weapon as a cigarette lighter...
...and next moments as a gun.
A close view of the device. The "ejector rod shroud" appears to be a firing barrel of a very small caliber.
"Commander" holds his weapon.