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Raimey,

What is the current thinking on the early Daly guns with the Scott serial numbers? Are we considering them an initial serial number sequence, yet attributing them to Georg? Or are we considering them to be not "Lindner Daly's without the crossed pistols and crown and are saying they were made or shepherded by someone else?

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Separate serial number sequence. Yes supposition is that S,D&G placed an order w/ Georg Lindner & he made the subcontractor selections. Then in 1874 where there was a changin' of the guard, H.A. Lindner stepped into the shoes as a prime & he seemed to source from mechanics who hung out their gunmaking shingle during the same period. More than likely he was classmates w/ those with whom he sourced?

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That's what I thought. So, we can consider Lindner Daly's to comprise three serial number sequences as well as three generations of Lindners.


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Yes. Charles Daly went to Birmingham & they belittled his American Sportsman longarm idea so he purchased gestecks/parts kits & shipped them to Suhl where Georg Lindner & subs completed the longarms to Daly's whims. Daly by the way had the pulse of the American Sportsman.

Georg Lindner
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Ernst Lindner(short term...)

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Raimey, thanks for the links on threads like this to some of the old Lindner threads. I'd never find them on my own but fascinating reading.


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Ask any time Canvas-Back & I'll gladly resurrect an old thread. I typically embed a unique searchable term. I too fancy re-reading the old Daly threads, especially those with Daly aficionados who made a substantial contribution to the Daly effort & have gone on before us.


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Seven months ago you guys gave me some great information regarding my newly purchased Charles Daly 10 ga. Hammer gun. I'm really enjoying this gun. In June I shot it at the NE SxS classic at Hausmann's Hidden Hollow, and in September, I once again returned to Hausemann's for the Vintagers Event. I've also taken it duck hunting the last two weekends. On Sunday the 13th, I shot 3 woodies, 2 gadwalls and 1 mallard. On Saturday the 19th I shot 1 woodie and 2 black ducks. #6 shot Bismuth works great. Unfortunately, I seem to have forgotten how to post pictures.

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