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Old 03-03-2013, 12:00 AM   #1
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Does anyone on here know anything about Lionheart Industries and specificly the LH9. I guess what I want to know is are they made in the USA and what kind of quality. Thank you in advance!!!!
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Old 03-03-2013, 12:11 AM   #2
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Looks like they have a lifetime warranty. New to me though.

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They were new to me as well. A guy that works for me's dad sold a Taurus to buy one. Said it was the smothest hand gun he had ever owned.
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I think the LH pistols are Korean, made by Daewoo.

Does this look familiar, it is a Daewoo HP51.
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Got the Daewoo picture off Esarco.com, it is something akin to a Hi Power clone.

This is the LH9
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I saw a post on another forum about it being a rebadge Daewoo HP 51 but the guy wasn't sure.
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I saw a post on another forum about it being a rebadge Daewoo HP 51 but the guy wasn't sure.
Sarco is selling the Daewoo for $225 + shipping.
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I have the compact, nice gun. Shoots smooth, 3 lb. trigger pull, a lot of nice features. Made in S Korea, assembled in Kirkland, WA. The S K army's been using same desigh for years I've been told. Although NOT a $225 pricetag.
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Cool guns, New to me.
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The Daewoo and LH9 is pretty much a clone of the Smith and Wesson M39, but with a unique double/ single action that allows the hammer to be lowered manually while still having the action partially cocked. This makes the first shot with the hammer lowered, in this condition, light and smooth, but long and leaves the hammer lowered for holstering, to prevent accidental discharge.

Unique, pistol action with all the good design features of a proven S&W design. Even takes S&W mags. And it is offered at a good price. Gun range I used to work at sold lots of these in the early '90s.
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