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I just bougt a charles daly autoloading shotguns and it seemes that the the plunger (the thing that must be depressed to load th

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  • I just bougt a charles daly autoloading shotguns and it seemes that the the plunger (the thing that must be depressed to load th

    I just bougt a charles daly autoloading shotguns and it seemes that the the plunger (the thing that must be depressed to load the gun) seems to be stuck. How do i fix it?

  • #2
    I've never owned a charles daly shotgun, but
    -Does it have a plastic plunger? If so I suggest having someone replace it with a metal one. I know the plastic ones are prone to expanding in many types of shotguns and are not repairable.

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    • #3
      Two options;
      1) Get yourself a good schematic of the gun and tear into it.
      OR
      2) Take it to a qualified Gunsmith.
      Probably the later is the best option.

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      • #4
        My brother has a Daly, and it's a good gun, never had too much trouble with it. If you are reasonably mechanically handy, you should be able to break it down yourself, although autos are harder then pumps. Just take the locking nut off the magazine tube, slide the barrel off, and take out the magazine spring, and your should be able to get at the problem.
        If that seems too hard, I would just take it to a good gunsmith.

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        • #5
          I would check first for a magazine block. New youth models are shipped with a dowel rod or plastic limiter in the magazine tube which prevents loading additional shells, effectively making it a single shot. Take the magazine end cap off and slide out the spring and plunger. You will very likely find the rod in there as well. You can either remove it completely to get the full 4 round capacity, or cut or snap it shorter and replace it to limt the gun to 2 in the magazine in accordance with most state hunting regs.

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          • #6
            depres the bolt reless button.

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            • #7
              I own a Daly and have had no problems with it. I use it for deer and ducks

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