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Welrod .32 ACP Range Test for Accuracy and Sound


Matt of AATS lets BotR test his .32 ACP Welrod pistol [desperately trying not to use trigger words that will set off the YouTube bots…] Even with the rubber wipes shot through, it’s really quite quiet – not silent, but comfortable without hearing protection. Also, it’s certainly acceptably accurate.

Also compared to a Glock 43 with a B&T can on it.

Many of these British-made pistols were dropped into occupied Europe during WW2, for which the purpose should be entirely obvious…

Apparently this features in the new James Bond film. And in Medal of Honor: Rising Sun. Who knew?

11:10 clap for reference
11:33 Welrod
12:29 Glock 43 sub-sonic
13:15 Glock 43 normal ammo

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