Charles Daly For Sale 301 Pump-Action Shotgun
Flex some self-defense muscle for minimal money. Charles Daly For Sale 301 Pump-Action Shotgun comes ready for close-range maneuverability and extreme tactical shooting demands thanks to its 18.5″ barrel with heat shield. Charles Daly was born in New York City on October 12, 1839. In the late nineteenth century, around 1875, in New York City, Charles Daly and August Schoverling began a business importing firearms into the United States, primarily from the city of Suhl in what was then Prussia. Manufacturers for Daly at that time included Heym, Shiller, H. A. Lindner, Sauer, J&W Tolley of England, Newman (of Belgium) and Lefever Arms.
Charles Daly combination gun advertisement (1887)
In 1887 Schoverling and Daly were joined by a third partner named Joseph Gales, and the company began doing business as Schoverling, Daly and Gales, before settling simply on the name Charles Daly. The original Charles Daly died suddenly in 1899, but the business continued with his son, Charles Howard Daly, taking his place until 1919, when the partnership was sold to Henry Modell.
The new owners continued the tradition of importing firearms and marketing them with the Charles Daly name until the late 1920s, when the company was sold to the Walzer family, which owned Sloan’s Sporting Goods in Ridgefield, Connecticut. The Walzers established a branch of Sloan’s in New York City known as Charles Daly & Company. Manufacturers from all over the world produced Daly guns for the Walzers, including Beretta, Bernadelli and Miroku. Take dead aim quickly using the fixed fiber-optic front sight and ghost-ring rear sight. Installed Picatinny rail adds modification versatility.
18.5″ barrel with heat shield
Black synthetic pistol grip
Fixed fiber-optic front sight
Ghost-ring rear sight