A Modern take on an old classic DP51 - The Lionheart REGULUS

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The Korean K5 or DP51 was the pistol adopted by the South Korean armed forces and had a following among collectors and enthusiasts. The design was proven and reliable and had some unique features. However like many classics, the design and features became dated. Enter Lionheart Industries, the REGULUS Blackout Alpha is an update to the classic design adding reliability, improved recoil spring system and things the modern buyer looks for like increased capacity magazines and a light rail. Plus, it shoots really well at the range!

To learn more, get specifics and where you can see one check out our website: https://www.gunsandtactics.com/a-modern-take-on-an-old-classic-dp51-the-lionheart-regulus

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00:00 - Intro
01:25 - The Triple Action and the Unique Trigger
02:45 - Carry Condition
03:04 - General thoughts on the gun and ergonomics
03:46 - Materials and Finish
04:28 - Case and included stuff
04:57 - Updates from the Daewoo Heritage
05:20 - Magazines
05:56 - First Impression Accuracy
06:20 - Machining Features, Finish
07:12 - Controls and Operation
08:04 - Recoil and Shooting
09:07 - Holster Options
09:47 - Who is this gun for?

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