I recently purchased a used 12 ga Charles Daly Superior Skeet shotgun from Gander Mountain. It is in very good (90%) condition. I paid $600 US for it and I consider this to be a fair price for this particular gun. As a national chain sporting goods store, Gander Mountain uses fair market value to retail all of it's gun offerings, both new and used. This particular shotgun would have sold for about $300 new in 1965 when Charles Daly started to import these Japanese guns which closely mimic the Browning Citori (also made by BC Miroku). Citoris were also much less expensive (although considerably more expensive than the look-a-like Daly)in the 1960's and have also gained in value on the used gun market as has the Daly.
Value of Charles Daly Superior 28 OU 12 Gauge Never Used?
The Miroku shotguns will typically bring 80% of the value of a Browning Citori in similar condition.
Charle Daily is not a Browning but a Browning design. They were made by Miroku in Japan. Use the Blue Book of Firearm Values or take it to a gun shop for appraisal
The Miroku shot gun is valued at the same vulue as a Charles Daily. (Same Gun) O/U are from 450 to 600 depending on condition
The value of a Miroku model BC3000 12 gauge under and over shotgun would depend on a couple different factors. Most important of these factors would be the condition.
The firm B.C. Miroku of Tokyo, Japan made the Charles Daly name of over and under shotguns from 1963 to 1976. Not a lot is known about this firearm, as retaining data apparently was not thought important when they were being sold. This shotgun has a value of around $700.
Miroku values vary widely based on what model and when the gun was produced. The Miroku factory has produced guns for Browning, Winchester, Remington, and Charles Daly to name a few. You need to give more specific information to get a better answer.
I can't give you a clear answer if Miroku made the shotgun or not. However, may I offer a comment. Miroku has made shotguns for 150 years. From all I can gather, they are a high integrity organization and have made high quality guns for companies like Ithica, SKB,Weatherby,Charles Daly and Winchester. If you have a gun made by Miroku, I don't care what company has its name on it, you have a fine gun. Excellent design, fits and finishes. Durable and dependable. Sleek and good traditional looks. Good hunting.
Should bring $500.
300 USD or so
It is 4" with a magnum 12 gauge but you to modify the circumference of the barrel in order to receive a correct result in this particular scenario.
The value of a Charles Daily 12 gauge semi auto shotgun is between $200 and $500 depending on the condition. These shotguns were used extensively for sport shooting and hunting.
The value of your miroku will depend on grade and contition would range from about 750 to 1200
The double triggers and fixed chokes hurt resale some. $400 is realistic.
If its in as new condition about £750. If well used £400.
In like "new condition", expect to pay around $1000 in a retail store.
A Charles Daly 12 gauge pump shotgun is a type of hunting gun. The typical value of this gun is a few hundred dollars.
Your shotgun which was made from 1997-2005 retailed for 1,659 dollars.While it has lost some value I can say that your shotgun brand new unfired will be valued at 1,395 dollars in it,s current state of unfired condition.
200-500 USD or so
Your Charles Daly shotgun is valued at between 270-495 dollars for a shotgun showing between 60%-90% of it,s original finish on the wood and metal and a good set of bores.
I have a charles daly 711907 and would like to know as well.