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Toggle Action menu icon WWII
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Weapon Class Shotgun
Magazine Size 6 shells (SP)
8 shells (12 w/ Extended Mag) (MP)
Starting Ammunition 8+24 (MP)
Maximum Ammunition 6+36 (SP), 8+48 (MP)
(Incendiary Rounds: 24 rounds altogether) (SP)
Rate of Fire 171 RPM
Fire Mode Semi-Automatic
Console codename(s) ger_walther
"Semi-auto shotgun that offers a consistent damage output."
— Description

The Toggle Action (referred to as Walther in the game files) is a magazine-fed semi-automatic shotgun featured in Call of Duty: WWII.

MultiplayerEdit

The Toggle Action boasts similar damage stats to the 205 Brecci and the Reaver from previous games. Its low damage per shot and decently high fire rate allow for consistent damage output, but in most cases it won't net a one-shot kill outside of hardcore game modes. Generally, the gun is a 3 shot kill in core game modes. The Toggle Action has a point blank one-shot kill range (directly next to the enemy). Players using the other three shotguns have a distinct advantage over the Toggle Action user in that they kill in 1 shot. However, if the first shot misses or fails to kill, especially when hipfiring, the player using the Toggle Action can easily dispose of the enemy.

It is best used with Extended Mags and Advanced Rifling, due to its low magazine size and bad damage range, respectively. Players can also use Incendiary Rounds to combat the low damage output, by having the afterburn effect leave their opponent's health diminished.

In the November 9th, 2017 update, the Toggle Action was buffed with increased damage at extremely close range.[1]

Nazi ZombiesEdit

The Toggle Action can only be obtained from the Mystery Box in Zombies mode. It boasts good damage, being a 2-3 shot kill until the late teen rounds. It is the most effective shotgun, with it being semi-automatic, to dish out a large amount of damage in a short period of time. Also, the Toggle Action reloads using a magazine, which allows the player to always have rounds to use.

When upgraded via the Ubersprengen, it becomes Lucky. The Lucky is not as powerful as the Combat Shotgun or the M30 Luftwaffe Drilling (in their upgraded forms) in terms of pure damage, but more than makes up for it by being able to kill zombies in the player's way, without worrying about failing to kill in one shot. The Lucky, like the 205 Brecci, can easily kill bosses like the Brenner and Wüstling quickly.

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