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The Rhino is the most innovative development in revolver technology in decades. It fires from the bottom of the cylinder rather than the top which dramatically reduces muzzle rise and recoil felt by lowering the axis of the bore almost to the palm of the shooters hand. An aluminum alloy frame and barrel shroud makes the Rhino lightweight and easy to carry. The snag resistant "hammer" is actually a cocking device because of the Rhino's innovative completely enclosed firing mechanism which can be fired either single or double action. A cocked indicator is clearly visible to indicate the internal hammer status. Another innovation is the hexagonal cylinder which keeps the revolver's width to a minimum. Included is 3 moon clips.
Brand Chiappa Firearms
Category Revolvers
Caliber 357 Mag
Model Rhino
Series 40DS
Action SA / DA
Barrel Length Range 4" to 4.99"
Frame Size Small
Sights Fiber Optic Front, Adjustable Rear
Capacity 6
Cylinder Finish Blued
Frame Description Black Anodized Aluminum
Grips Walnut
Hammer Style Concealed
Includes Moon Clips
OAL 8.50"
Weight 29.90 oz
Barrel Description Steel
Barrel Finish Black
Barrel Length 4"
MPN#: 340219

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eh. youre making a good point.

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Cool looking revolvers however my concern and doubt about them is that grip. In my opinion that profile of a wood grip can't be that stable. The shape appears it would be hard to get a good, solid grip on a gun that surely already would have issues simply due to the more powerful calibers they are made for. I can see it's made to shove your hand very high on the grip which would be appropriate for less muzzle flip and recoil mitigation. Maybe it is because I do not have large hands and already have issues with a large amount of the bigger caliber revolvers. I'm guessing there Might be some aftermarket grips or sleeves one could get but still, the grip keeps me from shelling out the cash. Anyone own one and care to chime in here? Opinions? Thoughts?

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