Rhino 60DS .357 Mag. by Chiappa
The Rhino's barrel is mounted lower in the gun compared to other revolvers. This means that the barrel is directly in line with the shooter's hand, wrist and arm.
The Italian weapons manufacturer Chiappa has produced a revolver with the Rhino revolver design that is completely different from standard revolvers.
Chiappa has chosen to place the barrel at the bottom of the cylinder on the Rhino, so that the axis of the barrel is in line with the hand, wrist and arm of the shooter. As a result, the shooter experiences much less muzzle rise and recoil and the forces released by the shot are absorbed by the entire arm.
The alignment of the barrel also gives the shooter a natural target and any shooter firing the weapon experiences a distinct positive difference.
Caliber: 357 Magnum
Barrel Length: 6" (152 mm)
Grips: Medium Walnut
Front Sight: Fixed Red Fiber Optic
Rear Sight: Adjustable Elevation & Windage Green Fiber Optic
Weight: 2.06 lbs
Length: 10.5" (266 mm)
Material: Machined 7075-T6 Alloy Frame / Steel Cylinder and Barrel
Finish: Black Anodized Frame, Blued Cylinder