Hey, don't they make TV's?

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    Hey, don't they make TV's?

    Check her out!

    I found this and was very interested...anyone got anything to say about this?
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    They do, along with cars. I know their car division is owned by Hyundai not sure about the rest of their goods. Along with that Hyundai's car division only makes up a small amount of what they do. I believe most their income is from steel and other goods. Bottom line I think they make close to everything in S. Korea. And there's are little S. Korea economics lesson for the day.

    Side note: Ford use to make ammo...and it was really good stuff, but they didn't want that to be part of their image so they got out of the business.
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    Yep, they sure do make TVs. That pistol is a bit on the heavy side though, as I remember it. Thye also made it in 9MM a while back.

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    In addition to cars and electronics they make some decent household appliances. (The AC in one of my apartments was a Daewoo.) My question is, what is a "SINGLE/DOUBLE/FAST ACTION SEMI-AUTO" ?

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    while looks maybe deceiving, I dare say it looks like a solid, decent pistol.....
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    The Dewoo guns are very solid. That weapon in the pic is D/A and S/A after the first shot. Hi Cap mags as well. Something similar to the Sig 226 but with a steel frame.

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    Hmmm - whaddya know! Well heavy is fine by me and I could imagine that feels quite good. Would like to run some rounds thru one of those.
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    Probably has a TV remote built in.

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    Here's the model 51 in 9MM
    http://www.gunsamerica.com/guns/976087701.htm
    The Deawoo's came in a "tri-mode"
    D/A, S/A, and "fast action" similar to the LEM mode on the H&K P2000 series guns

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    I looks alot like my smith, except not stainless
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    They also make Class III weps. I have a friend that has one of their MG's. It's put together very well.-----

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    I put a mag-full through one of the 9mm models that some guy had at the range one day. Even though I've never been a fan of DA/SA I thought it was a pretty decent-shooting gun. It was very comfortable to shoot (of course, it was just a 9), the sights were pretty good (from what I remember) and the accuracy was satisfactory.
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    They also make some of the best Heavy Equip. around. Mining/tunneling and other types of machinery. Very good quality.
    The guns are very very good....Century arms is the importer for DaeWoo.......Ive had a 9mm and a 40...the 9mm was a shooter.
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    It is not unusual for a non-traditional manufacturer to produce firearms, but it usually happens during times of war. The M1 carbine was made by companies from Underwood (typewriters) to Rock-Ola to IBM. In the case of Korea, I am guessing every plant there may have something to do with weapons or military having such a weird and unstable neighbor to the north.
    It sure looks like a nice gun to me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miggy
    It is not unusual for a non-traditional manufacturer to produce firearms, but it usually happens during times of war. The M1 carbine was made by companies from Underwood (typewriters) to Rock-Ola to IBM. In the case of Korea, I am guessing every plant there may have something to do with weapons or military having such a weird and unstable neighbor to the north.
    It sure looks like a nice gun to me!

    hahaha rock-ola? Don't they make jukeboxes? I think there is one in my local watering hole.
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