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Old July 26, 2013, 01:44 PM   #1
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My 'test fire' review of the Chiappa Rhino revolver

The Chiappa Rhino revolver has been out for a few years now. I finally got a chance to try one recently and wrote a review for my Michigan Firearms Examiner column.

A 'test fire' review of the Chiappa Rhino revolver

"The Chiappa Rhino revolver is a unique firearm that broke the mold of conventional double-action revolver design when it premiered in 2010. Unlike a standard revolver with a top mounted barrel the Rhino’s barrel is mounted on the bottom of the frame in an effort to reduce muzzle flip.

The Rhino is the brainchild of designer Emilio Ghisoni, creator of the now out-of-production Mateba “auto-revolver.”
Rob Reed
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