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Living Target (Zhivaja mishen)
Living Target (Zhivaja mishen) is a Soviet 1990 crime thriller directed by Mark Aizenberg. Militsia (police) undercover agent Maj. Goryunov (Aleksandr Fatyushin) investigates the activities of a crime gang and its connection with the corrupt chief of local militsia.
The following weapons were used in the film Living Target (Zhivaja mishen):
Makarov PM pistols are widely used by militsia and criminals.
In one scene Yura Artykhov (Aleksandr Abdulov) holds an Uzi.
What appears to be a KS-23 is seen in hands of a criminal in one scene.
In the opening scene a criminal uses an SVD sniper rifle during the ambush on cash transporting car.
Unidentified sniper rifle
In one scene Yura's unnamed henchman (Anatoli Mishchenko) uses a suppressed sniper rifle. It is most likely a small caliber target rifle.
AKMS assault rifles are used by militsia and criminals. The guns have muzzle brakes removed and replaced with blank firing adapters (in firing scenes).
AKS-74U carbines are also used by militsia and criminals.
Maj. Goryunov (Aleksandr Fatyushin) uses an SPSh Flare Pistol to signal the attack on Yura's villa.
Criminal "Baldy" (Oleg Kublitskiy) uses a flamethrower during the shootout on Yura's villa.