This old-school British revolver was used by infantry for many years before the Second World War, and you can probably see a lot of WWI in its design. Despite its ludicrously high volume, for a pistol it is hugely powerful, causing very high damage and stopping many an enemy dead in their tracks.
MK VI Revolver Pros and Cons
This revolver could stop a horse, but at the same time deafen the horse next to it. There is now quiet assassinations going on with this handgun. If you use it, you can be sure of two things - 1) You will kill your enemy and 2) Everybody nearby will know you have.
- Extremely high damage
- Very loud
At the other end of the sound spectrum than the Welrod we have just looked at comes the Mk VI Revolver which makes a noise like a hand cannon, in part no doubt as to why it is so powerful when it comes to damage compared to the Welrod. At 75m however this is not a pistol you are going to want to use if you want to stay incognito for long.
1x - All the pistols here are only coming with 1x zoom so it really isn’t a factor. The way you are using them, you probably want to be shooting from the hip rather than looking down the sight anyway.
Back to a six shell mag with the Mk VI Revolver. Not so much of a big deal as you certainly won’t need six to kill your target, and after the first one every enemy within miles will know you are hard at work anyway so you will have to switch to something more substantial.
How to get the Mk VI Revolver in Sniper Elite 5
Complete Mission 2: Occupied Residence