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Old 07-09-2011, 12:53 AM   #11
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All you have to do is pull that out and blind your attacker.
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Cane beat me to the punch on the Rhino! It is the coolest looking revolver out there! Since the round is fired from the bottom of the cylinder, the recoil axis is so much lower, the muzzle just won't flip the way standard .357's do.

It is great to see you able to jump back in, Cane!
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I saw one of those Rhinos at the last gun show. Looks kind of gimmicky to me. I don't know much about them in terms of quality either.

I've got plenty of 1911s, plenty of Pythons, no Diamondbacks though...

But I'm wanting something that's not too nice to shoot or it will just end up being a safe queen. I was thinking about the Sig P220 Super Match a little while back. So maybe that will help with a direction. But I've also been considering another Model 27. One that's not too nice to shoot.
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Cane beat me to the punch on the Rhino! It is the coolest looking revolver out there! Since the round is fired from the bottom of the cylinder, the recoil axis is so much lower, the muzzle just won't flip the way standard .357's do.

It is great to see you able to jump back in, Cane!
Thanks Chris, but I'm not doing much jumping yet.
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Looks like it belonged to Liberachi........or however you spell his name....



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I saw one of those Rhinos at the last gun show. Looks kind of gimmicky to me. I don't know much about them in terms of quality either.

I've got plenty of 1911s, plenty of Pythons, no Diamondbacks though...

But I'm wanting something that's not too nice to shoot or it will just end up being a safe queen. I was thinking about the Sig P220 Super Match a little while back. So maybe that will help with a direction. But I've also been considering another Model 27. One that's not too nice to shoot.
How bout a Dan Wesson then?

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How bout a Mateba Model 6 Unica Auto-revolver? Its a self loading revolver..

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Mateba is still too gimmicky, not to mention hard to find.

I think I'd rather have a Smith or a Colt more than a DW revolver.
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Might have a new frontrunner. S&W 627PC.
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Might have a new frontrunner. S&W 627PC.
This one right?

4" 627:

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