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Old January 6, 2013, 03:20 PM   #1
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how hard to turn tactical?

Ok i mighta found me a charles daly field semi auto for a good price.
its jet black and has the look i like but i want a pistol grip stock.
Is it hard to change stocks on these type of guns or are they fairly univeral and easy?
just tryin to see ehat im gettin myself into.
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Old January 6, 2013, 04:18 PM   #2
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how hard to turn tactical?
Tactical isn't a piece of equipment, it's a state of mind.

However, finding a stock without knowing more about the particular shotgun might be problematic. Charles Daly semi-auto shotguns have been made by a number of different manufacturers over the years. Numrich Arms lists several manufacturers over the years.
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Old January 6, 2013, 06:44 PM   #3
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Are you wanting a pistol grip only style, or more like an AR style?

If PGO, I believe it will not be possible due to the recoil spring which is generally located in the stock
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Old January 6, 2013, 06:46 PM   #4
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As I replied in your other post, on putting a pistol grip on an autoloader, the Remington 1100 in that case - virtually ALL gas-operated, and most long recoil, and some short recoil, autoloading shotguns are designed with a bolt return spring (AND it's carrier/housing) affixed to the rear of the receiver, precluding any buttstock except some sort of longer stock - why pumpguns are the best for conversion to the "Cruiser" config.

Knowing that, instead of asking about each/every shotgun you see - remove the buttstock from any prospect, and eyeball the naked rear of the receiver.

If it's projectionless, it's OK for a PG, if it has a long projection, not.

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