Tag: rhino

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Chiappa Rhino Kaboom

The Chiappa Rhino may not be everyone’s cup of tea but it sure is unique. It’s odd look comes from the fact that it fires from the bottom chamber to help reduce felt recoil. Earlier this year fellow TFB writer James Reeves reviewed the Chiappa Rhino 200D [Read More…]

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Mateba Unica 6

I love odd looking guns. And when I saw a Chiappa Rhino I wanted one. Then my friend told me about its predecessor, the Mateba Revolvers.  Matebafan.com has some good information regarding the revolvers designed by Emilio Ghisoni. Here is a video of a .357 Unica 6 [Read More…]

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Chiappa Rhino Revolver .40 S&W

The latest Rhino revolver is chambered in .40 S&W. It is used with full-moon clips to hold the rimless .40 S&W rounds. Caliber: .40 S&W Moon Clips: Five come with each revolver Barrel Lengths: 2, 4, 5 and 6-inch Basic weight: 25-ounces with a 4-inch barrel [Read More…]

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Chiappa Rhino Review

Richard has reviewed the Chiappa Rhino Revolver … Felt recoil from .357 Magnum loads is almost non-existant. Sounds like a pretty bold statement, I suppose. But after shooting the Chiappa Rhino at the 2011 Media Day at the Range, that sums up my feelings exactly. [Read More…]

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Chiappa Rhino Review

American Rifleman have gotten their hands on the Chiappa Rhino Revolver and posted a review of it online. While the U.S. market has never shied away from “ugly” guns as long as they’re reliable, accurate and easy to shoot—just look at the success of [Read More…]

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Chiappa Rhino Revolver

Italian firearms manufacturer Armi Chiappa have developed a very cool looking .357 Magnum snubnosed revolver called the Chiappa Rhino Revolver. Its angular design and the fact that it fires from the bottom chamber, unlike most other revolvers, gives it an appearance [Read More…]