I'm surprised about the muzzle rise, that's what nearly every YouTube video raves about. There really isn't much difference between the Rhino and "normal" revolvers?
Presently I'm carrying a 3" Ruger GP100 in my car, it's a great gun. It's the claimed meek muzzle flip that appeals to me about the Rhino. Maybe I'm just bored right now and looking for another toy. Hey, aren't we always finding excuses to blow more money.
I gotta agree. Truthfully, my bud’s S&W 686 in .357 is the sweeter shooter! And cost him less than the Rhino. He may be willing to part with his Rhino though. I’ll try to ask him this week.I don't own a Rhino, but I've had two occasions to shoot them.
My impression was that it was a perfectly good gun, but not the "revolver killer" that it may look like at first. The muzzle rise wasn't all that different than a comparable traditional revolver. Single action break was superb, but the trigger was *very* heave in double action. With the same ammo I was shooting the same groups with the half-dozen other common revolvers I had brought with me (S&W 65, S&W 686, Ruger SP-101, etc.).