Throw a stick at SHOT Show and you are sure to hit a Turkish made shotgun. The first stick I threw landed by a Derya Arms MK-12. It’s a bullpup 12-gauge semi-auto shotgun. I must have thrown an ugly stick, cause the MK-12 sure is ugly. That said . . .
The IWI Bullpup is the belle of the SHOT Show ball. And Derya sells its high[er] capacity shotguns to a lot of countries — not to say s’holes — where aesthetics aren’t valued very highly.
Specifically, the Dominican Republic, Thailand, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Ukraine. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. In case you thought there was, their tumblr page will set you straight . . .
Derya Arms respects human life and environment, complies with laws of countries, is aware of ethical values, cares about fairness and appreciates the sensitivity of a business related partnership.
Situational awareness is a great starting point for any venture. Right?