Convert DR200/300 to Pistol Grip
CONVERT DR200/300 to PISTOL GRIP
NOTE: FOR ACCESSORIES LIKE REPLACEMENT FIRING PINS, HANDGUARD RAIL SETS ETC. WHICH MAY ALSO SATISFY 922R, see the "UPGRADES AND ACCESSORIES" SECTION of this website.
In 1989, importation of the folding stock and collapsible stock rifles from Daewoo known as model numbers "K2, AR100, MaxII" and "K1A1, MaxI, AR110C" were prohibited through administrative shenanigans.
George Bush Sr. simply directed Customs to deny Firearms Importation forms (aka Form 6) which would allow importations of a dozen types of semi-auto rifles. In response, firearms importers began to change the physical characteristics of their rifles to comply with the new import restrictions. Kimber and B-West, instructed Daewoo Precision Industries to remove the bayonet lugs from the gasblocks on their rifles, as well as re-engineer the lower receiver and attach an uncomfortable piece of garbage known as a "thumbhole stock", since pistol grips were prohibited on imported rifles. Threaded muzzles were prohibited too, unless they were occluded by something like solder or a welded-on cap/thread protector.
So, with the changes in place and approval obtained by ATF, Customs and the State Dept., B-West and Kimber began to import Daewoo rifles again in late 1990.
The U.S. Congress passed and Bush 41 signed a rider to another bill, in November 1990, which would amend the "Title 18 United States Code", the section banning, regulating or restricting our "Unalienable 2nd Amendment rights" (do these scumbags even READ the Constitution they swear to uphold and protect?) by requiring that a "non-importable rifle" contain NO MORE than 10 imported parts from a list of 20 generic components as listed in the Statute.
Not all parts apply to all types of rifles since different designs use different components. The basic list is as follows.
SEVENTEEN (17) parts apply to the Daewoo series of rifles. Hence to reconfigure one with a more proper pistol grip, SEVEN parts must be US made parts.
Keep in mind how ridiculous this is. SEVEN perfectly good parts, have to be replaced with US made parts...to be "legal". Where do they come up with this stuff????
The list: aka "922 r" (Formally 18 USC Chapter 44, s/s 922 (r) ) Paragraph (C) defines the following parts as "countable" under the law:
(1) Frames, receivers, receiver castings, forgings or stampings *
(2) Barrels *
(3) Barrel extensions*
(4) Mounting blocks (trunions)
(5) Muzzle attachments *
(6) Bolts *
(7) Bolt carriers *
(8) Operating rods*
(9) Gas pistons *
(10) Trigger housings
(11) Triggers *
(12) Hammers *
(14) Disconnectors *
(15) Buttstocks *
(16) Pistol grips *
(17) Forearms, handguards *
(18) Magazine bodies *
(19) Followers *
(20) Floorplates *
These 20 items are referred to with the term "compliance parts". There are lots of other components that go into a weapon, but there are the only ones that count in terms of complying with the law.
Parts marked with an asterisk are present on Daewoo rifles. They do not have a trunnion, which is a separate block into which the barrel is screwed or pressed, which is then welded into the receiver...like an HK type or riveted in like a stamped AK.
A sear is a separate firing disconnector, like in a CETME.
A trigger housing has been held to mean a separate trigger box, which is separable from the lower receiver.
On a Daewoo, the lower receiver is the trigger housing. One part cannot be two "compliance parts". However, in the case of handguards TWO parts can qualify as ONE compliance part.
Parts we sell on DRP: Handguard rail sets (handguards), Charging handles (Op Rod), flash hiders (muzzle attachment), gas pistons, pistol grips, as well as stock adaptors to affix stocks like an M4 stock or an ACE-LTD type modular skeletal or tube stock.