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Resident Evil: Damnation

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Resident Evil: Damnation (2012)

Resident Evil: Damnation (Biohazard: Damnation in Japan) is the 2012 CG film from Capcom that is a sequel to Resident Evil: Degeneration. The film follows Leon S. Kennedy pursuing bio-organic weapons in Eastern Europe.

The following weapons were used in the anime film Resident Evil: Damnation:


Springfield Armory TRP Operator

Leon's sidearm is a Springfield Armory TRP Operator. It is also used by J.D. when he takes Leon's equipment. It has what appears to be a Surefire flashlight on the rail, G-10 grips and Chip McCormick 10 round magazines. Oddly enough every time we get a shot of the hammer, it's always down.

Springfield Armory TRP Operator Full Rail - .45 ACP
J.D reloads Leon's sidearm.
Another shot of the Springfield TRP Operator.
Note the 'SUNFLAME' brand on the side of the taclight, a nod to Surefire
Leon with his raised Springfield TRP Operator after shooting an incoming Tyrant, which doesn't work.
The pistol with its slide clearly locked back.
Side profile of the TRP Operator with the slide locked back.

Korovin TK

Ada Wong uses a Korovin TK pistol that she takes off of one of the President's aide.

Korovin TK - .25 ACP
Ada catching the pistol after disarming the President's aide.
Ada attempting to point her newly acquired pistol before receiving a surprise.

OTs-27 "Berdysh"

Alexander "Sasha" Kozachenko (a.k.a "Buddy") carries an OTs-27 "Berdysh" handgun as his sidearm.

OTs-27 "Berdysh" - 9x18mm PM
Kozachenko racks the slide of his OTs-27 before executing his infected mentor.

Submachine Guns


The guards at the underground lab are armed with SR-2M submachine guns fitted with Kobra-style red dot sights.

SR-2M - 9x21mm
Guards with SR-2Ms.
A guard with a SR-2M after expending his magazine on a lone Licker.


Molot Bekas-12M

The President's aide is armed with a sawn-off Molot Bekas-12M shotgun a with short magazine tube.

Bekas-12M with 21-inch barrel and a pistol grip - 12 gauge
The President's aide raises his shotgun at Ada. The filmmakers apparently decided that Bekas has a removable magazine extender; but in reality, it is not, and its 7-shot tube is solid.

Assault Rifles


AK-47s are seen with some Eastern Slav anti-government fighters.

AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
Some ES anti-government fighters pose with AK-47s.


The AKM is the primary weapon of the rebel forces. In the OP sequence, one Eastern Slav Army soldier uses it.

AKM - 7.62x39mm
An ESA soldier opens fire with an AKM in a flashback montage sequence.
An ES anti-government fighter with his AKM.
A dead rebel with an AKM.


Alexander "Sasha" Kozachenko uses an AKMS assault rifle as his primary weapon throughout the movie. Some are seen in the OP sequence.

AKMS - 7.62x39mm
An ES anti-government fighter runs with his AKMS.
Kozachenko firing his AKMS in the basement.
Sasha standing around there next to the Lickers.


Leon's main weapon is a Krebs Custom Speed Load-style custom AKMSU modified with a Zenit Stock, TangoDown vertical foregrip, Aimpoint Micro T1 red dot sight, a magwell extension, rail-mounted SureFire taclight, a Booster flash hider, a custom extended angled charging handle, custom selector switch, and magazine release. J.D. captures it from Leon after he's held prisoner, but Leon gets it back.

Krebs Custom Speed Load AKMSU with RIS handguard - 7.62x39mm
Leon engages a Licker in an underground parking lot while infiltrating the streets of Holigrad, the Eastern Slav Republic's capital.
J.D.'s happy to get Leon's custom AKMSU.
Leon with his custom AKMSU.
Leon's full, PMC-style rig. Note as an apparent gag, he seems to have small plastic tubes full of green herb powder, as seen in Resident Evil 4 and 5.
Leon cautiously points his AKMSU at a Licker.
Leon loading up 7.62x39mm tracer bullets into one of his "waffle" pattern AK magazine.
Leon fires tracer rounds from his AKMSU.
The Micro T1 red dot sight mounted on Leon's AKMSU along with a clear shot of the goofy charging handle.
Leon aims his now-damaged AKMSU (Note the stock is missing.)


A few AK-74s are used by ES troops.

Bulgarian manufactured AK-74 - 5.45x39mm.
ES troops engages ES anti-government forces.


Most ESA soldiers are armed with AKS-74 rifles. Russian soldiers also have them at the end of the movie.

AKS-74 with synthetic furniture - 5.45x39mm
ESA soldiers clearing a basement with their AKS-74.
Note the odd vertical strut added to the AKS-74 stock.
A Eastern Slav soldier manning a checkpoint with his AKS-74.
An ESA soldier with AKS-74.
A Russian soldier (right) armed with the AKS-74 standing behind a detained Eastern Slavic soldier.

Sniper Rifles

SVD Dragunov

A rebel sniper is seen using a SVD Dragunov sniper rifle.

SVD Dragunov sniper rifle - 7.62x54mmR
A rebel aims his SVD at Leon.

Machine Guns

General Electric GAU-8/A Avenger

A General Electric GAU-8/A Avenger is seen with US Air Force A-10s after making air strikes in East Slavic territory. They are used to devastating (and messy) effect on a certain pair of BOWs at the end of the film.

General Electric GAU-8/A Avenger cannon in the nose of an A-10 Thunderbolt II - 30x173mm
A USAF A-10 flying over the Eastern Slavic presidential palace.
USAF A-10s moving in to conduct airstrikes against Eastern Slavic military targets.

Shipunov 2A42

A Shipunov 2A42 is seen mounted on a BMP-3 as a secondary armament mounted alongside the main 100mm gun.

Shipunov 2A42 - 30x165mm
Leon climbs inside the BMP-3's turret after "Buddy" hijacks an Eastern Slavic Army BMP-3 to fight a T-103.


NSVT are seen mounted on ESA T-72 tanks. Russian T-90 tanks are also seen mounted with NSVTs. It should be noted that the use of the NSVT on the T-90 is somewhat anachronistic, as it was replaced by the newer Kord heavy machine gun in the late 1990s.

NSV HMG - 12.7x108mm
ESA T-72s being mobilized in the OP sequence.
A T-72 tank rolls through the capital of Eastern Slav Republic.
A T-90 in the background with a NSVT mounted on top.


KPVT HMGs are mounted on ESA and Russian Army BTR-80 APCs.

KPVT heavy machine gun - 14.5x114mm
KPVT mounted on BTR-80's turret.
Destroyed BTR-80.
A RA BTR-80 after Russian troops intervene.


A PKT machine gun is seen while mounted in a BMP-3's turret.

PKT machine gun with 250-round ammo drum - 7.62x54mmR
An ESA BMP-3 roars through the square.
Leon climbs inside the BMP-3's turret after "Buddy" hijacks an ESA BMP-3 to fight a T-103.


An East Slav army soldier guarding the front of president's palace is seen with a RPK light machine gun. Russian soldiers at the end of the movie were seen with RPKs. It should be noted that the Russian soldiers would be more likely to be using the newer 5.45mm RPK-74 or RPK-74M instead of the older 7.62mm RPK.

RPK light machine gun with 75-round drum magazine - 7.62x39mm
An East Slav army soldier with a RPK light machine gun.
A Russian soldier oversees a detained Eastern Slavic soldier.

Rocket Launchers


Leon uses a RPG-7 loaded with a TBG-7V rocket during the final battle sequence. A Russian soldier sitting on a T-90 tank near the end of the film is also armed with a RPG-7.

RPG-7V1 with PGO-7 scope - 40mm
Leon aiming the RPG-7 through PGO-7 scope.
Leon prepares to fire his RPG-7,
A closeup shot of the TBG-7V rocket in flight.
Russian soldier on top of the T-90 armed with a RPG-7.

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