Charles Daly 12 Gauge – SUPERIOR QUALITY, 6LBS. 14OZ., PRUSSIAN GUN
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Charles Daly 12 Gauge – SUPERIOR QUALITY, 6LBS. 14OZ., PRUSSIAN GUN

$3,950.00
Ex Tax: $3,950.00
Product Code: Charles Daly 12ga sn26169

Overview

General Specs: Charles Daly, Year 1932, 12 Gauge, 6lbs 14oz, Chokes M/F, LOP 13 3/4", DAH 2 3/8", DAC 1 9/16" Serial Number: 26169 Ask any collector of fine German shotguns about Charles Daly labeled guns and you will ...

Call: 1 (616) 292-6240 To Purchase

General Specs: Charles Daly, Year 1932, 12 Gauge, 6lbs 14oz, Chokes M/F, LOP 13 3/4", DAH 2 3/8", DAC 1 9/16"
Serial Number: 26169

Ask any collector of fine German shotguns about Charles Daly labeled guns and you will soon know that guns sold by Charles Daly were of the highest quality.  Daly guns were made by several gunmaking firms, but none are more sought after than the “Prussian Dalys”, this one built by J.P. Sauer in 1932.  The beauty of these Prussian Daly guns cannot be understated.  Just look at the sculpted frame and breech balls, the detail in the engraving, the scalloped action, the perfect wood to metal fit, the finely checkered raised side panels with superb checkering and gorgeous French walnut stock.  Even the safety button is a work of art!  This gun has class that is not found in today's gun world until you hit guns costing 5 times as much as this one.  Even the forend latch plate is perfection demonstrated.  THE WOOD, BARRELS, ACTION, AND TRIGGER GUARD REMAIN IN FACTORY ORIGINAL, UNTOUCHED CONDITION, the action still showing 75% factory case color, clear sharp English scroll engraving with shaded background, perfect screws, and elegant sculpting.  The 26” KRUPP STEEL barrels retain 97% of their original blue, have no dents or dings, bores are mirror shiny, lettering and rib matting sharp as new, dolls head rib extension perfectly mated to the action, choked M/F with factory 2 ¾” chambers, ribs are tight, and they fit tight on the hinge pin and breech face.  The wood is finely figured French walnut, still retaining most of its original hand-rubbed oil finish and clean, sharp, finely cut checkering showing little wear from use.  We installed a gorgeous leather covered pad as a finishing touch of elegance.  The leather covered pad is easy on the eye, and has the perfect blend of easy mounting and good “stick” to the shoulder.  The wood-to-metal fit is superb and there are no cracks or repairs.  The mechanics are in perfect working order, with strong well-timed ejectors, crisp triggers, tight lock up.  This amazing gun has 7 locking points including a hidden Greener cross bolt, dolls head rib extension, barrel lug through the bottom of the action, double underlug bites, and sideclips.  All these features keep the barrels tightly mated to the action during the firing sequence.  This Daly is a VFI CERTIFIED GUN WITH A 90 DAY MECHANICAL WARRANTY, the action and forend iron having been stripped to the smallest part, all Ultrasonic cleaned, each part inspected for function and integrity, lubricated and reassembled (a $325 service in our shop).  At 6lbs. 14oz. and balanced nicely 3/16” forward of the hinge pin, this gun is a delight in hand and would make for an easy carry all day afield.  Weight forward barrels negate any issues with barrel length when considering handling characteristics, and the M/F chokes are perfect for your western birds and late season grouse (spreader loads will make it pattern as IC/M, for closer work).  What a pheasant gun this would make!  The Prussian Daly guns are an extremely good value…one of the finest made guns money can buy, and we have priced this gun to be affordable to most any gunner that wants to chase birds and clays with a little romance and a lot of class!  Thanks for looking.


Barrels

Barrel Length:  26"
Chokes:  .019/ .030  Modified/Full
Bores:  excellent
Bore Diameter:  .739/ .739
Wall Thickness:  .029/ .027
% Blue:  97% factory
Chambers:  2 3/4"
Ribs:  tight
Sights:  front silver bead

Action

Action:  tight 
Ejectors or Extractors:  ejectors, strong, timed
Receiver Condition:  75% factory fading case color
Screws:  excellent
Engraving:  40% coverage; fine scroll; scalloped fences
Trigger Type:  double, crisp
Trigger Guard Color:  95% factory charcoal blue

Stock

Type:  round pistol grip/ splinter forend
LOP:  13 3/4"
LOP To End Of Wood:  12 5/8"
DAH:  2 3/8"
DAC:  1 9/16"
Cast:  Heel 3/16"off, Toe 5/16"off
Checkering Condition:  superb 28 lines per inch
Butt Treatment:  vfi leather covered pad



INQUIRIES

There is a 30 day mechanical warranty on this gun. Call us for full details, or to purchase #616-292-6240. If you have any questions please call or email us, at jay@vfiguns.com or sales@vfiguns.com. Thanks! Vintage Firearms Inc

Payment and Shipping

Payment Methods: Credit Card, Money Order, Certified Check, Personal Check, Wire Transfer (Advertised price reflects 3% cash discount. Actual price if paid by credit card is 3% higher.)
Inspection Period / Return Policy: Three Days from the date the item was received.
Sales Tax: Collected in AR, IL, KS, MI, PA, TN
Shipping & Insurance: Ground $100.00 within the continental U.S. Additional fees for HI & AK. We ship internationally with additional fees!
Item Condition: Used
Requires FFL?: Yes

Other

Please see all of our fine Vintage Firearms on this website. We have many more sxs shotguns, o/u shotguns, rifles and handguns not yet listed, check back or email us for a preview. We are a Wilson Combat dealer! Thanks for looking!

We employ full time gunsmiths on premises and can perform alterations to suit your needs within a few weeks of purchase. Common requests are: -stock bending to suit your particular requirements -addition of any specified butt pad to increase length of pull -alteration of chokes to suit your shooting preferences -lengthening of chambers and forcing cones -darkening stock color with penetrating stains -restoring any part of the gun including rust blue, charcoal blue, bone and charcoal case color, wood restoration and checkering recuts. If you like one our guns but it needs "tweaked", let us know and we can quote you a time and price. Some enthusiasts like the guns "as found" and others want them "just so". We often list guns as found and let the particular buyer choose how they want their gun to fit or look.