My latest acquisitions - SR1911, Rhino 50DS, M&P22

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    My latest acquisitions - SR1911, Rhino 50DS, M&P22

    Here are my latest acquisitions. Today I picked up the SR1911 (from someone in Texas) and Rhino 50DS (from a DC Member) from my FFL and the M&P22 last Sunday.

    They are all cool. The SR1911 came with an extra set of grips (ivory). I like them both but will probably keep the originals on for a while as I fell in love with that look.

    My wife has said, after we went shooting tonight, that I need to get her a Rhino as well. She absolutely loves it. I do too.












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    Is it true that the Rhino has less recoil than "standard" revolvers??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crowman View Post
    Is it true that the Rhino has less recoil that "standard" revolvers??
    It has less PERCEIVED recoil for sure. The way it fires from the bottom cylinder and the way the grip is, it pushes back into your hand instead of flipping up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by accessbob View Post
    It has less PERCEIVED recoil for sure. The way it fires from the bottom cylinder and the way the grip is, it pushes back into your hand instead of flipping up.
    That is what I have heard/read about the Rhino... Have one on my wish list.... Just do not know what barrel size I want...
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    That Rhino is so ugly you gotta luv it.

    How's the point of aim and accuracy shooting from the bottom cylinder ?

    I've held one at the LGS and must say it's a handful. Not tempted enough
    to get one.
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    Damn, the more I see the SR1911 the more I want one...
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