POTD — Daewoo DR200

Well, Camp Perry is here. And one of my favorite things to do is walk down vendor’s row. A few years ago, I saw a Daewoo rifle for sale there. At the time I didn’t know if it was a good price or not. Looking back, I wish I had bought it.

Daewoo DR-200

Daewoo DR-200

Daewoo DR-200

Daewoo DR-200

Daewoo DR-200

Daewoo DR-200

But I am holding out for a pre-ban with the original Korean, folding stock. This one has a US made aftermarket stock. Not a huge fan of these. I have one for our PTR-91 and took it off.

 
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  • Mikial

    Very cool gun. Never had a chance to shoot one, but would love to.

    • Some of the prices these days are stupid.

      Marky

      • Mikial

        Prices seem to have no basis in reality on a lot of guns and gear these days. It seems like every other day the latest “premium” something comes out (AR, light, knife, etc.). The average American gun lover can only read about most of the stuff you see in magazines like Recoil, because they’ll never be able to afford it.

        • There is that too. I have noticed gun broker prices are much higher than street. So buying common stuff there is usually throwing money away.

          Marky

          • Mikial

            It always kind of surprises me when I read posts from people who really don’t know where to look for a decent deal on a gun or ammo. I guess a lot of people just don;t know how to look around before buying. But to be fair, I’ve overpaid at gun shows before, so no one is perfect.