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Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by 50caliber, Dec 10, 2013.
I was wondering what experiences anyone had that has owned a Chiappa .357 rhino?
Great gun. I have one and it won't leave ny collection. They're extremely accurate and 38s has no recoil 357 has very little
I'll post pics if mine and a target I nailed at 40 feet 2/2 Times. I had to put it up sides ways to fit he clamps
I have the white rhino which is a little harder to find
Wow what a look on that thing!!! Where can i get one
I don't know I got lucky on a trade. I would check a gun show or maybe buds gun shop. Thetes nit a lot of them. I tell you what though, I have never had as much fun shooting any other gun as I do this one. Sure a vepr12 mag dump will put a smile of my face, emptying a full mag out of an ar in the country will make me grin, but this gun had me chuckle. Every shot went right where I wanted. I'm not putting this gun on a pedestal it does have flaws. The single action is obviously a lot more accurate then double, there is no safety and moved its cocked there is no decocking it but it also has a lot of cool factors.
Also I like this about the gun it will show you if it's in single or double action
When the little red tab pops up its cocked or in single action
Check out the fiber optic sights
That thing is def a top pick for my next wheel gun!!!
The gun looks amazing. I would love to shoot one and see how it feels.
I want one... But they are soooo expensive.
They are but they feel fantastic. I wonder why Jerry M. doesn't shoot these in his competitions. They are very light and dead on accurate.
Very Light? LOL. I think we have different definitions of light. Even the snub nose Rhino weighs twice as much as an LCR.
I'm talking about metal vs metal. Yea an lcr is going to be lighter then any metal frame one because of the polymer. I wouldn't shoot a poly revolver for many reasons. If you compare a snub nose rhino to a snub nose rossi you will feel a difference.
Jerry doesn't seem to like the grip angle. He did a YouTube video on the Rhino.
I don't have time to find it now but its easy enough to find. I believe he said he would basically have to re-learn to shoot fast because the grip angle is so much different than a normal wheel gun.
Here you go.
Just watched it, great video.
That guy is crazy good with that rhino haha the 6" looks really nice.
Now I can trust him even more than before, when he seemed to be an appendage of S&W.
I'd love to be able to shoot half as good as he.