This gun should be cleaned completely to give it the smooth action it needs to load the shells from the mag to the chamber,completly disassemble and clean each part. use a good lub on the slideing parts
You put shells in the magazine.
Steves Pages has a PDF manual for hundreds of firearms including the Charles Daly.
A pump or auto suppose to be plugged so no more than 2 shells in magazine and 1 in chamber
Charles Daly has imported semiauto shotguns from Italy and Turkey. Would need to know exactly which Charles Daly you have. You can also check the Charles Daly/KBI website for manuals. email@example.com
350.00 bucks don't let them cheat you.
100-400 USD depending on condition
the extractor might be missing or broken The best thing you can do is take your gun to a qualified gunsmith.
Serial numbers are less important in pricing than information on condition .
The value of a Charles Daly auto-pointer would actually depend on a number of factors. The main factor that would be considered would be the condition of the auto-pointer.
I believe only Charles Daly offers barrels for its guns. I haven't found them anywhere else. You will find an 18 inch, 12 ga. slug barrel at: http://www.charlesdaly.com/HTML/products/accessories/accessories.asp
2 in the magazine, 1 in the chamber when hunting. For home defense and the range, a 10 round magazine limit is in effect if and only if the shotgun is Semi-Auto or takes a detachable magazine. A tube fed pump-action does not follow the regulation from what I have read.
The Browning Auto-5 came in 12-, 16- and 20-gauge varieties.
Wal Mart baby! Wal Mart has semi auto Charles Daly shotguns (20 & 12ga) for about $320.
mabye, id recomend a single shot .410 or an over under 28 gauge greatwhite1974 answers : YES ! a 20 guage auto would be excellent for you. The gas operation lowers the recoil to a very mild kick. My 11 year old shoots a 12 Guage Daly Auto and loves it. A 20 Guage single shot gives you the full felt recoil of the round.
I don't know if there are aftermarket youth stocks, but Charles Daly manufactures both the VR-MC Pump and VR-MC Auto 20 gauges in youth configurations with short stocks and barrels. The autoloader weighs in 18 ounces (approx. 1/6th) lighter than the Remington 11-87 Sportsman youth.
Assumeing the gun is loaded I would guess the fireing pin is broken. It could also be that the bolt is not going full forward into the chamber.
The device that holds the ammunition.
That all depends on the gauge of your auto-5 Browning shotgun.If you have a 12 gauge,then it was made in the year 1921.If you have a 16 gauge,then it was made in the year 1927.
There are many size gauge wires used in the making of an automobile, anywhere from 4 gauge to 22 gauge.
7 in the magazine and 1 in the chamber Usually 1 in the chamber & 7 in the magazine. Total 8 There are exceptions depending on brand of .45 Auto pistol and type of magazine used.
I have one if you want it. $90. camo 22in, no front bead, but that is good, you add one you like. barrel is new, unused
Your Browning auto-5 16 gauge shotgun was made in the year 1931.