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Chiappa Rhino 357 RemMag 4" 6rd Wood G

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Model: 340071
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 80354
UPC: 752334140012
MFG: Chiappa

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The Rhino is made by Chiappa Firearms for MKS. The revolutionary Rhino has a patented design, aligning the barrel with the bottom-most chamber to tame recoil and muzzle flip. The lower center of gravity and bore centerline are more in line with the shooter's arm for the most natural "pointability" while engaging a target. This ensures subsequent shots get on target faster than ever before. The reduction of the recoil allows for the use of ultra light alloys in the construction of the Rhino minimizing any adverse effect. The flat sided cylinder reduces the profile allowing greater concealment. Featuring both double and single action characteristics, the single action is actuated by a hammer cocking device that engages the unexposed hammer to prepare to fire. The Rhino has a tactical black finish and a fluorescent front sight. The 2" model has a black neoprene grip and is also available as DAO with an enclosed hammer. The 4" and 5" models have a wooden grip and an adjustable rear sight. The 6" model has an adjustable fluorescent rear sight as well as top and bottom Picatinny rails.
Finish Carbon Fiber
Action Not Listed
Caliber 243 Winchester
Barrel Length 2.3"
Capacity 35+1
Safety Manual, Firing Pin Block, Trigger Block
Grips Spartan Helmet
Sights Low Profile
Weight N/A
Finish Black
Type Revolver
Action Single/Double
Caliber 357 Magnum
Barrel Length 4"
Capacity 6
Safety Manual
Grips Wood
Sights Adjustable
Weight N/A

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Reviewed By: William O on 08/17/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
It is funny how difficult it is to know from a photograph how a pistol with feel in the hand. The Chiappa Rhino with a 4" barrel nestles in my hand and has an instant balance. I thought the unusual revolver would take time to get used to. It does not. The gun points naturally making it a great piece for two-eyes open shooting where the sights become less and less important.

The cocking lever for single action shooting too small. I know they didn't want it to catch on anything for concealed carry applications, but leave the puny one on the 2" model and put something bigger on the 4, 5, 6" barrel models. With practice, I've been able to cock the pistol with one hand, but it's a chore. Why bother? Because
the single-action trigger is wonderful, allowing for good accuracy.

Speaking of accuracy, the 4" barrel Rhino is a tack-driver. No one mentions the tensioned barrel in the piece, which sits inside the aluminum shroud and is tensioned or stretched with bushings in front and back. It shoots like a pistol with a much longer barrel. The six o'clock location of the barrel, compared to the 12 o'clock position of other revolvers, does lessen felt recoil. Compared to other pistols of 4" barrel in .357 mag, you will feel a big difference, though my 4" Python is pretty close. The more in-line recoil made me get a pair of thin leather gloves to help soak up the smack from the grip hitting the heel of my hand.

All in all, I could not be happier and with Chiappa would consider bringing the Rhino out in .44 mag. The Mateba Auto-revolver, designed by the same man, came in .44 mag (and even .454 Casull) and must have sold more of them in .44 than other calibers because it's the most common.

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