While I do liek a couple of the Chiappa firearms the Rhino is not one of them. For the same money or close you can have any of a few different wheel guns and have a better gun.
Rugers GP100 is much better, Taurus makes a few pretty nice wheel guns, and with a little footwork getting a Smith and Wesson can be had. I think I have 350 in my 637-2 airweight. I have a couple older Smith revos that I know I don't have over 350 in either of them a piece (Mod 28-2 and 19-3 .357's). And frankly you will be hard pressed to get a better revolver than a Smith.
I shot a Chiappa Rhino once. After getting over the ascetics shooting it was not real comfortable or me. Admittedly it was one of the snubbys but I couldn't use that for an excuse for the poor groups I was getting. I used the same ammo in my air-weight and did great. I've seen one wit ha 6" bbl and did get to hold it (gun show). I just couldn't find the lovin' feelin' that I get form other revos.
The Ruger GP100 is built like a tank and the ones I've owned or shot did very well. I'd have no problem owning anther one. As for Taurus revos I lean to newer ones as they seem to have been better made. At least in the 357 models. As I said no way to go wrong wit ha Smith. Chiappa Rhino? I'd pass if it was me but maybe you'll have better time wit hit then I did.
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