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Piranha (Okhota na piranyu)

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DVD cover
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Directed by Andrey Kavun
Release Date 2006
Language Russian
Studio Рекун-ТВ (Rekun-TV)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Kirill Mazur Vladimir Mashkov
Prokhor Yevgeny Mironov
Zima Sergei Garmash
Sinilga Viktoriya Isakova
Olga Khmelnitskaya Svetlana Antonova
Kuzmich Aleksey Gorbunov
Sivyi Aleksandr Golubev
Ibrahim Ramil Sabitov
Vasily Stepanovich Zhgutov Maksim Drozd
Sancho Aleksandr Novin

For the 2010 American horror-comedy film, see Piranha 3D (2010).

Piranha (Russian: Охота на пиранью, Okhota na piranyu; Lit. Hunting for Piranha) is a 2006 Russian action film, directed by Andrei Kavun (Kandahar).

The following weapons were used in the film Piranha:


Makarov PM

Several characters carry Makarov PMs. Vasily Stepanovich Zhgutov (Maksim Drozd) uses a Makarov PM in a few scenes. Sivyi (Aleksandr Golubev) fires a Makarov PM during the hunt. Zima (Sergei Garmash) and Kirill Mazur (Vladimir Mashkov) can be seen armed with them in film's climax. One of the criminals in the cafe also uses a Makarov.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Vasily Stepanovich Zhgutov (Maksim Drozd) holds his Makarov PM.
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Sivyi (Aleksandr Golubev) fires his PM.
Kirill Mazur (Vladimir Mashkov) threatens one of Prokhor's men.
Close Up.
Zima (Sergei Garmash) holds a PM
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Kirill fires.
The criminal at the top left with the Makarov.

Desert Eagle Mark XIX

Several characters are seen using a Desert Eagle Mark XIX. Prokhor (Yevgeny Mironov) buys it for his girlfriend Sinilga (Viktoriya Isakova). Zima (Sergei Garmash) briefly holds it, but never fires.

Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .50 AE
Prokhor (Yevgeny Mironov) holds a Desert Eagle.
Zima (Sergei Garmash) with the Desert Eagle.
Promotional image of Zima (Sergei Garmash) with the Desert Eagle.
Sinilga (Viktoriya Isakova) fires her Desert Eagle pistols akimbo.
Sinilga (Viktoriya Isakova) with a Desert Eagle. Either the magazine is falling out or it is an extended magazine. Also note that the safety is on.

Luger P08

Prokhor's (Yevgeny Mironov) personal sidearm is a chrome-plated Luger P08.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
Prokhor (Yevgeny Mironov) fires.
Close-up of Prokhor's empty Luger.
Prokhor (Yevgeny Mironov) reloads his Luger...
...to threaten Olga.
Prokhor holds his Luger to his own head.
Prokhor's Luger lies on the ground

Beretta 92FS

One of the criminals in the cafe briefly holds two Beretta 92FSs.

Beretta 92F - 9x19mm
The criminal at the bottom right.
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Submachine Guns


A MAC-10 is seen on a table. Sancho, the gun dealer (Aleksandr Novin), also uses one. In the film's climax, Kirill Mazur (Vladimir Mashkov) captures it from one of Prokhor's men.

Ingram MAC-10 - .45 ACP

Two MAC-10s are seen on the table.
Sancho (Aleksandr Novin) holds his MAC-10. In this shot it is clearly unloaded, since it is an open-bolt design.
Sancho (Aleksandr Novin) holds his MAC-10 to the left of Ibrahim (Ramil Sabitov).
Prokhor's henchman ambushes with his MAC-10. In this shot, however, the MAC-10 is fully-loaded and ready to go, as the bolt is open and a round can even be seen in the magazine.
Kirill Mazur (Vladimir Mashkov) fires a captured MAC-10.

Assault Rifles


The gun dealer's henchmen are armed with AKS-74 assault rifles. These can be differentiated from the similar AKS-74U rifles (which are also used in the film) by their full-length barrels.

AKS-74 - 5.45x39mm
The gun dealer's henchman rests an AKS-74 on his shoulder.
The gun dealer's henchman with an AKS-74 on his shoulder.
Bulgarian manufactured AKS-74 with "plum" furniture- 5.45x39mm
Close-up of an AKS-74 with "plum" furniture in the hands of Kirill.
Kirill Mazur (Vladimir Mashkov) prepares an ambush with his AKS-74 with "plum" furniture.
The soldier behind the child appears to carry an AKS-74, as noted by its longer barrel.
The soldier behind the child appears to carry an AKS-74, as noted by its longer barrel.


Several of Prokhor's men (including Vasily Stepanovich Zhgutov (Maksim Drozd)) use an AKS-74U. Kirill Mazur (Vladimir Mashkov) and Zima (Sergey Garmash) capture two of them for themselves. Later, Kirill sold his AKS-74U to Fyodor (Yuri Pristrom). Olga Khmelnitskaya (Svetlana Antonova) briefly uses an AKS-74U. The Security Guard (Andrei Nevrayev) at the film beginning as well as one of the criminals in the cafe also uses one.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
The gun dealer's henchmen with an AKS-74U. Note the short barrel.
Close-up of several AKS-74s.
An AKS-74U hidden behind a back.
Fyodor (Yuri Pristrom) (at the right) holds Kirill's AKS-74U.
Olga Khmelnitskaya (Svetlana Antonova) with an AKS-74U on her shoulder.
Closer view of the AK muzzle in the hands of a Security Guard (Andrei Nevrayev). This appears to have a blank firing adapter installed.
The criminal at the background, right with an AK.


Some of the rifles used appear to be mocked-up AKMs instead of AK-74 derivatives. This can be determined by the curvature of the magazine.

AKM mocked up to resemble the AKS-74 - 7.62x39mm
AKM with Bakelite magazine- 7.62x39mm
Close-up of several AKS-74Us. The one on the right is an AKM with a wood pistol grip and a 74U folding stock. It is clearly an AKM because of the stamped receiver and the heavily tapered steel 7.62x39mm magazine.
A man (at the right of Prokhor) holds his AKM, this time with a Bakelite magazine. This is likely the same rifle as in the last photo, because it has the same V-shaped "U"-style stock that was never standard-issue on AKMs.


An M4A1 is seen on a table. Ibrahim (Ramil Sabitov) purchases it.

Colt M4A1 Carbine - 5.56x45mm NATO
The M4A1 is seen on the table.
Ibrahim (Ramil Sabitov) holds his M4A1.
Close-up view of the muzzle.
Ibrahim (Ramil Sabitov) (at the left) aims his M4A1.

Heckler & Koch G36

Sancho (Aleksandr Novin) sells a Heckler & Koch G36 to Prokhor (Yevgeny Mironov).

Heckler & Koch G36V (formerly G36E) with export optical sight - 5.56x45mm NATO
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Sancho (Aleksandr Novin) holds the G36.
Prokhor (Yevgeny Mironov) aims.
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Sancho (Aleksandr Novin) reloads the G36.


VSS Vintorez

Kirill (Vladimir Mashkov) captures a VSS Vintorez from one of the Prokhor's man. Zima (Sergei Garmash) unloads it.

VSS Vintorez with PSO-1 scope - 9x39mm
Kirill (Vladimir Mashkov) with the VSS.
Zima (Sergei Garmash) unloads Kirill's VSS.
Closer view of the trigger.

Mosin Nagant M1891/30

Mishanya (Andrey Dubrovskiy) carries a Mosin Nagant M1891/30 on his shoulder. One of Prokhor's men also carries one. It could even be the same gun. Kirill Mazur (Vladimir Mashkov) later holds the rifle, but does not take it for an unknown reason. Later, this gun was used by Evenk (Bolot Bairyshev).

Full-length, Mosin Nagant M1891/30 - 7.62x54mmR
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Prokhor's henchman carries his Mosin through the grass.
Prokhor's henchman carries his Mosin through the grass. Note that this shot gives it away as a Mosin because of its sights, stubby bolt handle, and round receiver.
Kirill Mazur (Vladimir Mashkov) grabs his Mosin.
Note the external single-stack magazine, a distinct Mosin feature.

Berdan Rifle

Kuzmich (Aleksey Gorbunov) owns a Berdan Rifle. Evenk (Bolot Bairyshev) also uses a similar rifle.

Russian Berdan No.2 (M1870) Infantry rifle - 10.75x58mmR
Kuzmich (Aleksey Gorbunov) carries his Berdan rifle.
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Evenk (Bolot Bairyshev) with the rifle.
Evenk (Bolot Bairyshev) with the Berdan Rifle.



Sancho (Aleksandr Novin) draws a FABARM SDASS PRO FORCES.

FABARM in the hands of Sancho (Aleksandr Novin).

Mossberg 500 Cruiser

Kirill Mazur (Vladimir Mashkov) captures a Mossberg 500 Cruiser from one of Prokhor's men and fires it before it runs out of ammo.

Mossberg 500 Cruiser - 12 gauge
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Kirill fires.


One of the rapists owns TOZ-34. Kirill Mazur (Vladimir Mashkov) disarms him, and destroys the gun. In the film's climax, Kirill Mazur (Vladimir Mashkov) captures one and fires it one time.

TOZ-34 - 12 gauge
Shotgun on the back.
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The rapist threatens Kirill.
Closer view of the muzzle.
Kirill disarms the rapist.
Kirill Mazur (Vladimir Mashkov) fires the captured TOZ-34.

Benelli M3

Sivyi (Aleksandr Golubev) carries Benelli M3 throughout the movie.

Benelli M3 Super 90 with pistol grip stock combination - 12 gauge
Sivyi (Aleksandr Golubev) on the right with a shotgun.
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Sivyi (Aleksandr Golubev) (at the right) aims his Benelli M3.
Sivyi (Aleksandr Golubev) at the left.

12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

Petya (Andrey Merzlikin) owns a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun. Nina (Anna Ukolova) uses a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun. One of the criminals in the cafe also uses it.

1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
Petya carries his Double Barreled Shotgun.
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Shotgun at the left.
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Nina (Anna Ukolova) with her Double Barreled Shotgun.
Nina reloads her shotgun.
A criminal with a shotgun.

Franchi SPAS-15

One of the Prokhor's man can be seen armed with a Franchi SPAS-15.

Franchi SPAS-15 - 12 gauge
The Franchi SPAS-15 firing.
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Rocket launcher

An unknown rocket launcher is seen. It appears to be a Soviet/Russian disposable model, possibly an RPG-18, RPG-22, or RPG-26

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Pistol Lighter

Militiaman (Mikhail Efremov) gives his lighter in the shape of a pistol to Prokhor (Yevgeny Mironov). It is clearly supposed to resemble an Italian-made Beretta 92FS Inox.

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F-1 hand grenade

Sancho carries a pair of F-1 hand grenades. Kirill Mazur later takes them for himself.

F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Two grenades on Sancho's coat.
Mazur holds the pin of the first grenade...
...and the other grenade.

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