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Old 02-25-2012, 04:17 AM
1903 1903 is offline
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Chiappa Rhino 60SD

this might be old news, but i just happened to find it. never seen one like it. has anyone here ever fired one like this? wonder what it's like.
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Old 02-25-2012, 05:18 AM
m3mh0g m3mh0g is offline
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I have taken one off the wall at my LGS and put a few rounds through it. All I can say it was the oddest experience I've ever had with a revolver. I've been shooting S&W revolvers for 20+ years and it was not even close to similar.
I had a tough time determining when the gun was in SA mode and DA mode, the trigger was mushy and long in DA but pretty solid in SA.
With the recoil I couldn't tell much because the only ammo I had at the time was some .38 spcl target loads.
I only put a couple of cylinder through it, but I still say it was my oddest experience with a firearm. I will never own one.

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Old 02-25-2012, 09:19 AM
jakeg823 jakeg823 is offline
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Yeah it's been around for a year or so now. But I think experiences are still very limited due to lack of availability(never seen a single one in person), and also because it's such an odd design few people want to be the test case for it
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Old 02-25-2012, 10:20 AM
La Grenouille La Grenouille is offline
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Whole discussion on the Rhino just last week...
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