Originally Posted by nitestalker
Well you were not around in the early 1960s or you have forgotten the principles claimed by the company. There were many new now lost improvements in firearms prior to 1968.
I was born in '65 so no, I was not "around" then (at least not around firearms). But I have heard of the Dardick pistol. Never actually seen one, let alone fired one. Seems to me as though the totally unconventional cartridge was the cause of its demise, not necessarily its appearance.
The Rhino seems to me to look unconventional, but if the thing shoots well I can't imagine that it will go the way of the Dardick. If it does than perhaps it would be due to its cost and quality.
If it weren't terribly expensive I would consider it.
If all of those were truly improvements then why are they not incorporated into modern guns?