In the dark hours of World War II, the Welrod pistol was born in the quiet English countryside. A masterstroke of British Major Hugh Reeves, the Welrod was designed as a special operations silenced pistol for use behind enemy lines. The grip was easily removed to reduce the chance of being...
This Welrod Mk II is chambered in 7.65×17 (.32 ACP). As it did not have a trigger guard, it could pass as
a bicycle pump with its magazine removed.