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I saw my first Charles Daly's today - one bi-tone and one blue. Overall, I was impressed - especially for the money vs. features. The only thing that has me puzzled is the gap between the feed ramp and the barrel throat. It had to be close to a quarter of an inch. I've always understood that the proper gap was between 1/16 to 1/8 on an inch. Do all Daly's come with such a big gap and how does it effect feed reliability?


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