Chiappa Rhino Revolver

This is a discussion on Chiappa Rhino Revolver within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Arisin Wind It's just not right! Revolvers are suppose to have the barrel align with the top cylinder. That's just the way ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arisin Wind View Post
    It's just not right! Revolvers are suppose to have the barrel align with the top cylinder. That's just the way it's always been and suppose to be. If we start having guns with weird setups like this where will it stop? Before you know it some one will try making guns out of plastic instead of steel.
    I almost peed myself at that.

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    i dont know why but i want one
    I agree wholeheartedly
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    Such an ugly beautiful thing . I want a snubbie! What caliber is it?
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    Down right ugly, LOL, no thanks I'll pass on this one.

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    Well someone here has to buy one in march and review it for us. I'll volunteer if everyone wants to chip in for the $800

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    I think it looks good. I'd consider one, but at $800 I won't. I'll stick with my smith 337.

    I own a pietta 1851 navy and a puma bounty hunter pistol. Both are made by Chiappa.

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    I would try one out if: build quality is good, the lower bore axis actually reduces muzzle rise significantly, and "on the street" price is about $300 off MSRP. I'd love to see Smif do an Unobtanium version of this, those 13oz .357's need all the help they can get with recoil.

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