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I picked up a Charles Daly Lindner last week at a local gun shop and found this forum...what a wealth of information here. It's a 12ga with 28" barrels and weighs 6lbs 7oz. I don't know if it is in the registry but anything more you guys can tell me about the gun would be much appreciated. Thanks


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The only problem I have found with the gun is that one of the barrels is a little out of round. There's no dent visible but if you look closely you can tell that the barrel is no perfectly round. I'm guessing the tip of the barrel was bumped against something. Should I repair this or see how it patterns as is?


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I have numerous old SxS's that don't check round with a inside mic. I suppose a top SC's shooter would find it unacceptable, but for casual shooting they seem just fine. If you had a tapered round plug you could try and repair it if you found it necessary. I had a Parker that fell and made the barrel really out of round - I did as for mentioned and you can't tell now. In the Double Gun Journal, Vol. 16, Issue 4, there's a nice article on Lindner doubles I think you'll really enjoy. Call 1-800-447-1658

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The damascus has no strength when struck from the side. It is meant to handle the internal hoop stress instead. It should not affect your shooting. If you are really concerned, pattern the gun before any attempt at repair.

I have a number of guns with small dings at the muzzle. They still take birds if I do my part.

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I would remove the dent. A tapered metal plug will straighten it out with only a light tap from a hammer. Very simple job so why not do it. Guaranteed the dent will adversely affect patterns. Incidently, nice find! You can't go wrong with a Lindner Daly, they're in a class by themselves.


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Always nice to see another Lindner Daly. Wish I knew more about them. And wish I hadn't passed on a really nice one about 12 years ago over a couple thousand dollars more than I felt I could spend at the moment. This gun, being one of the less decorated versions poses a couple questions. The fore end lacks the typical cross bolts on those with which I am familiar. Further, it doesn't appear to have the little black horn inlays on the bottom of the pistol grip and fore end tip. Were these items optional or not used on all his guns? The metal seems consistent with the gun's age so I hope to learn whether the stock is typical on this grade of Lindner guns.

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