|Full name||Welrod MkII|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Manufacturer||The Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited, unnamed others manufacturers|
|Faction||Griffin & Kryuger|
|Voice actor||Imai Asami|
|Released on||CN (维尔德MkⅡ), TW (維爾德MkⅡ), KR (웰로드 MkII), EN, JP (ウェルロッドMkII)|
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DROP Not obtainable as a drop.
REWARD Not obtained as a reward
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The Welrod is a British bolt action, magazine fed, suppressed pistol devised during World War II at the Inter-Services Research Bureau (later Station IX), based near Welwyn Garden City, UK, for use by irregular forces and resistance groups. It was known for its remarkably silent report that far outclasses conventional suppressors. It was used primarily by the British SOE, but was also used by American OSS and Resistance forces. Approximately 2,800 units were made.
The Welrod takes the form of a 1.25-inch-diameter (32 mm) cylinder, about 12 inches (300 mm) long. The rear section of the cylinder contains the bolt, which unlike other bolt-action weapons featured no traditional bolt handle. There is a knurled knob at the rear that serves as the bolt handle, which unlocks when rotated 90 degrees. The user has to twist and pull back the bolt by hand in order to eject and chamber cartridges. The middle section houses the vented barrel and expansion chamber for the barrel. Finally, the front section holds the rubber baffles and wipes of the integral suppressor. The magazine is also the grip and can be removed for easier concealability. The exclusion of a pistol grip was apparently done to help conceal the weapon's purpose and in some groups it was called a "bicycle pump" due to its innocuous look with the magazine/grip removed.
The Welrod was a "sanitized" weapon, meaning that it had no markings indicating its manufacturer or country of origin; all it was marked with was a serial number and some inscrutable symbols and letters. The Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited (BSA) confirmed that they manufactured some Welrod pistols, but that they put no markings at all on them, so it is likely that any markings were added by the British military after delivery.
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- Despite being a bolt-action weapon, during combat in-game Welrod fires her gun like a conventional semi-automatic pistol, without the bolt-action animation.
- When Welrod is placed to sing in front of the Easter Bunny Microphone furniture, the lyrics that appear are from the song 'Lord Of This World' by the band 'Black Sabbath'.
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