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    Default Charles Daly Honcho Question

    So, what's the deal with these little guys? Is the Charles Daly Honco a decent shorty? Price seems pretty good for a fun gun compared to the Mossberg Shockwave and Remy Tac14. The big question is, can I change the bird head grip out for a traditional grip and maybe even a pistol brace (SBA3)??


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    Default Re: Charles Daly Honcho Question

    Well be warned they are very light, so recoil is going to be hefty. With changing out the grips (assuming you can find any that will fit it) you're going to need something that keeps the overall length longer than 26".

    There is one giant advantage of the Honcho over the Remington and the mossberg though


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