Huh? The name is unfortunate, sounding like it should be on a robot hunting dog!
I hope it isn't the Japanese A5 clone I'm thinking of, 10 or 15 years ago someone was trying to sell a bunch dirt cheap. I saw one under repair and the problem was a break in a long, convoluted, multi-purpose spring. Parts were completely unavailable but the spring dimensions and locations of all its loops and bends were critical, and the cost to make a good spring and fix it probably prohibitive. I don't recall the name but it wasn't Charles Daly .
The construction may or may not be different from the Charles Daly as Japanese A5 clones included, according to http://www.shotgunworld.com/bbs/viewtopic.php?t=110995 , the Yamamoto Pointer, Mida, Nikko, Nikko/Charles Daly Pointer, Kodensha and Kawaguchiya (KFC imported by LaPaloma Marketing). Some guns were sold through Golden Eagle, Kyowa-Boeki-Bussan and others. Apparently some of the supposed manufacturers involvement was limited to their names, the records are gone, and nobody knows much about them.
Parts for these clones are generally not interchangable, not available and will not fit A5s.
Although Numrich has a few parts I could not find a parts diagram.
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