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Old 10-23-2012, 09:54 PM   #1
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What's you're take on this gun.I bought one last week,and won a local pin shoot with it last night!Shoots smooth as butter,I normally prefer semi-autos,rarely revolvers,but this thing is amazing.It looks a bit strange and draws a lot of attention,but works as advertised.

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Old 10-23-2012, 09:57 PM   #2
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i wish someone other than chiappa made em. i think its a great concept

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If it shoots that good for you, who cares what anyone else thinks!

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Love the technology behind this gun. Makes a hell of alot of sense to me. I live in CA so they aren't legal here. As soon as they are I'm getting one!

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It's like the 21 century Mateba Unica 6







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The ones I've seen are a lot of money for something that looks kinda cheap. Just my opinion.

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I like the idea, and I agree with JonM. If someone like S&W made them I'd be first in line.

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I'm completely intrigued by the Rhino. Unfortunately, seems a little pricey for what it is. Cool concept though. When it's copied at better price point I can see myself getting one.

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Don't think a company like Smith or Ruger will make one anytime soon. They are too different from the established normalcy for these companies. It's too bad because the engineering is pretty revolutionary.

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