The film begins with a train leaving a Russian military base, carrying former Soviet Union nuclear weapons scheduled to be decommissioned and destroyed. Along the way, a team of shadowy soldiers kills everyone on the train and steals the nukes. They leave one, which denotates and destorys the evidence after it collides with another train full of innocent civilians. In Washington D.C., a brillant young nuclear weapons expert Dr. Julia Kelly (Nicole Kidman), believes that it wasn't an accident. She convinces the top Washinton brass, who assign Lt. Colonel Tom Devoe (George Clooney), a smooth, but effective Special Forces officer to aid her. Together, they work to find the missing nukes, untangling a web of intrigue involving the U.N. and a Bosnian diplomat, whose family was killed at Sarajavo's infamous sniper valley.
The rooftop snipers tracking the backpack nuke use variants of the Remington Model 700 bolt action rifle in .308 (7.62x51mm) caliber.
The same model of rifle is used by the helicopter sniper to kill Kodorov.
It's been awhile since I've seen it but I remember Kodorov carrying a Steyr GB, not a CZ75--188.8.131.52 05:32, 28 December 2009 (UTC)Mercer
I confirm, thse General Aleksandr Kodoroff's pistol is a Steyr M-GB.
Unknown Grenade Launcher
I cannot find an exact model number but this weapon appears to be a close match for the weapon in the movie.
Like most movies they appear to have had a tear gas/riot control launcher stand in for a military launcher. After all they are cheaper and 37mm (or what have you) caliber rounds are far cheaper than 40mm. --Charon68 21:06, 31 March 2011 (CDT)
A few of said Spetsnaz soldiers have these unknown revolvers in cross draw holsters.
The revolver grip looks like a square frame Smith and Wesson maybe a K-frame like the Model 10,15,13, or 19. 184.108.40.206 21:11, 2 January 2010 (UTC)