Behold, the South Korean-made Daewoo DR-200 — A rare sight these days; this rifle is the post ’94 AWB era version of the Daewoo AR-100 rifle, which is a civilian version of the Daewoo K2 Assualt Rifle (South Korea’s answer to the M16). Chambered in .223 Cal, this rifle accepts standard AR-15 magazines. This variation, because of the aforementioned AWB, features a smooth thumbhole stock with rubber recoil pad — which is still kinda cool.. I guess… that said, options are available to bring this rifle back to its original AR-100 style glory through the use of an adapter/folding stock combo. This original look is kinda like if an FAL had a love child with an M16. Included with this rifle are two 30-round magazines (Lancer and P-Mag), and a Stormwerkz top Picatinny optic rail.
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