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November 29, 2000, 12:07 PM
Has anybody ever shot one of the Charles Daly semi-auto 12 gauge synthetics? I've seen them in wally world and they look like they're made of an aluminum alloy with a gas operating system similar to a browning gold or berreta? The bluing (or some sort of black phosphate) wasn't the most evenly applied but it seemed like a good gun. Any opinions?
November 29, 2000, 12:25 PM
Daly is an old name in shotguns, starting out in Prussia about a century past. Their SXS shotguns were excellent. Now, the guns are made in a variety of foreign countries, and the only caveat I can think of is that warranty work and parts may be a problem in the future IF they need them. And plenty of shotguns go decades of use w/o needing anything but a little TLC.
The subject has come up here a few times, and there's been little negative said....
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