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Old 12-04-2010, 03:18 AM   #11
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I could almost live with that 60DS Rhino, but the others are butt ugly. And what is that on the side...an evil Pacman symbol?

Wait...


...I see it now. It's a Rhino. LOL

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i disagree that the judge is innovative. reason being is that it is a cheap copy of the magnum research BFR 45LC/.410 revolver.

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More Rhino news:

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Cane,
Is that Metaba Spanish? I've never seen or heard of it before.

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The MBA Gyrojet Rocket pistol. Each cartridge was a .45 caliber solid fuel rocket. Recoil of a .22, power of a 45, accuracy of a thrown chair. Ammo was $6 a bang in 1965. Today? Don't ask!
Gyrojet was, I believe, the only pistol that could truly be defeated by putting your finger in the barrel. The round did not discharge under pressure of exploding gunpowder, it relied on a rocket cartridge that had very little acceleration out of the barrel.

Was featured in a James Bond movie too I think...
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REVOLVER RHINO cal.357 mag 6 ROUNDS



20DS 2"



40DS 4"



50DS 5"



60DS 6"
I saw a youtube video review of the rhino. He talks about how great the pointability of the revolver is. When he mentioned this I looked at it again, Doesnt it look like the grip angle is pretty close to the 1911's. Maybe someone with a protractor can verify.
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6 shots, 7 yards, 357 mag Chiappa Rhino-----1.39 Seconds!!!

Ive seen bill drill videos with 5 inch 1911's done in 1.5-2.0 seconds. Granted he isnt drawing from a holster. So, add half a second, 1.89 seconds?? Isnt anything under two seconds the goal of a bill drill? Low recoil, high power, fast shooting, small sized, light weight. Possible perfect concealed/open carry self defense handgun??

I would love to see one in 44 mag.
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Mr. Dardicks Automatic Revolver. Fired a triangular cross section plastic cartridge (the tround), could switch from .22 to .38 by changing only the barrel. They also experimented with one that used a SALVO cartridge- four shots at once.

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The MBA Gyrojet Rocket pistol. Each cartridge was a .45 caliber solid fuel rocket. Recoil of a .22, power of a 45, accuracy of a thrown chair. Ammo was $6 a bang in 1965. Today? Don't ask!
I remember going into a gunshop in Bremerton, Washington (a Looong time ago) and I saw the triangular plastic cartridges and as well the Gyrojet cartridges but best of all is remembering the saleman showing the great new Ruger Blackhawk 44 mag.
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the rhino .....almost as ugly as a .455 webley. imo the best looking revolver ever made , would have to be the colt python

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there was also a revolver ,that used recoil to clock the cyl...kind of a auto revolver ,instead of flutes the cyl had channels to do this,while firing .i think it was british ....butt ugly british

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