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Discussion in 'Guns & Ammo' started by inkwithattitude, Oct 26, 2010.
12 Ga. 28" ported Semi-Auto 2 3/4"-3 1/2" shot gun camoed in max4 ?????:02:
some have good some have bad and i was one of the ones on the bad end. brand new gun shot about 4 boxes and a broke firing pin sent it back they fixed it (that took 7 weeks to do) got it back used it a couple more times and again it broke sent it in again got it back and traded it off to the shop where my wife bought it.
no personal experience but ive heard a lot more bad, than good. kind of a "get what you pay for" thing. nice looking guns though...
i'd pay a little more, get a better gun. :02:
I bought a 20ga auto for Drake a couple years back we have shot several 100 rounds thru it shooting everything from light loads at clays and doves to heavy 3" loads at ducks and turkeys and have zero problems at all.
I have the pump version and so far so good! There won't be any more 3 1/2s in it though!
[rquote=1864449&tid=129826&author=sand_manms]I have the pump version and so far so good! There won't be any more 3 1/2s in it though![/rquote]why you get a sore shoulder?:whistle:
Yeup!!!! and after that I tore the shoulder up. So I'm sticking to 2 3/4s mostly. Nobody around here could stand more than one shot of the 3 1/2 turkey loads!
hmmm..sims limb saver shock control...may be an option!
Don't forget KBI (Charles Daly) is now out of business so getting support wouldn't be easy on guns that anymore have a so-so reputation.
I dont know about their shotguns be I like their mini mauser really well...
We shoot them all of the time.
Went throughthe same stuff with the mossberg o/u I bought. Heard so much bad about it, yet I have had absolutely zero problems out of it. You'll tend to hear more bad than good anyway. Nobody really complains that their guns are working flawlessly. No sooner does someone have a bad experience with one...it's on 8 different forums under 8 different screen names all over the Internet.
if it fits you, might as well. i did hear rumor they aren't making charles daily guns anymore. rumor, don't know if it is true or if that even matters to you. the only experience i have ever had with one was on a snow goose hunt when my old buddy brought one. it seized up after a few volleys and when we took it apart it came apart in pieces, more pieces that it should have. however parker says he has had good luck with them and if a gun can stand up to the vector inspector then i wouldn't shy away from them.
Personaly, for around the same price I'd look for a 935.
CD is still being made but as of right now there is no US distributor.
CD just imports guns made for them. the mauser line they had for a while is the same one remington now imprts as the 798 and is mfr by Zavasta.
the rifles are a real good buy IMO. i have read mixed reviews on their shotguns, lot's of issues with the pumps early on but less issues with some of the later ones. don't have any personal experiance with them though. i would buy a rifle in a second if the price was right and i had the cash.
[rquote=1864727&tid=129826&author=wolfgang]Don't forget KBI (Charles Daly) is now out of business so getting support wouldn't be easy on guns that anymore have a so-so reputation.[/rquote]
LilHatch took his to the gun shop and they could not get parts....
Hmmm..... Now the mixed thought got me wondering
Cannot find a service center in USA and no parts online
the only charles daly auto i seen in the field, i nicknamed the jam-o-matic but that was 10yrs ago