Talk:Daewoo Precision Industries K2

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Other users - Nigeria and Senegal[edit]

There are various reports that the K2 is also in service with Nigeria and Senegal, but the available sources do not meet Wikipedia verifiability standards. Mztourist (talk) 06:31, 27 June 2010 (UTC)

Copy Editing[edit]

I've attempted to clean up the language in this article. There were a number of grammatical errors and redundancies. It was not my intention to change meaning or facts, so please feel free to rectify any errors I may have unintentionally introduced. R5452 (talk) 15:05, 22 June 2014 (UTC)

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AK derivative?[edit]

How is the K2 an "AK derivative"? Only the op rod/buffer spring is similar to that of the AK, the bolt itself is very similar to that of the M16. I have experience with both rifles(+AK,K1,M1 Garand,M1 carbine like everyone here) so I know. The lower receiver is very similar to that of the M16 while those of AK derivatives have a receiver similar to that of the original AK. The overall architecture would be therefore rather an M16 derivative(bolt,lower receiver) with op rod/buffer spring similar to AK, gas adjuster knob similar to that of the FAL rifle(as Korea planned a rifle similar to FAL in the '70s). But not an AK derivative since influence is limited to the op rod/buffer spring only. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Noob2013 (talkcontribs) 10:15, 8 September 2016 (UTC)