shmediaproductions: they can use scanners from up to 80 miles. not a bunch of BS. they can fit
an RFID into a credit card, so we're talking VERY small. and these credit
card RFIDs can be scanned up to 80 miles away. they can even do it with a
satellite, by redirecting the signal from the satellite through antennae on
earth. if i buy one i'm certainly going to check for an RFID, and remove it
or break it if possible.
Aubrey Moreau: That is it I have to get one. If someone breaks into my castle they are
going to get a futuristic Italian beat down.
Michael Westmoreland: Jesus. I never would have thought to look in the handle. Thanks.
I hope you get your Mateba. I know I WANT ONE BAD.
ZombiePowerDrink: I can't wait to get one.
assyrian tactition: i must ask whats your day job?
yussuq madiq: Is it me or the longer the barrel, the better it looks? And is this the
same gun that they used in Total Recall?
pinco pallino: o mio Dio il Chiappa!!!!! epico!!!!
chevys1080: Cool and thanks for us time
toomanyaccounts: "any after market grips that would be more comfortable with this gun"
The only grips available for the rhino come from Chiappa and they do have a
large size grip in Walnut, olive wood and laminate wood. The issue is that
the gun requires a certain single handed or dual handed gripping of the
hands on the gun to avoid injury from the gasses from the bullet firing
off, coming out of the cylinder when the gun is fired. It's very pronounced
on this gun due to the under barrel.
Grip is important on revolvers because the most powerful revolver in the
world if you grip it wrong the gasses that come out of the cylinder can
blow off someone's thumb and mythbusters confirmed this.
Semiautos the gas eruption comes out of the barrel and the pressure of the
gas being blown back is used to eject the spent cartridge by moving the
slide back. This is why silencers work on semi automatics while there are
very few revolvers in the world that can have a silencer put on them such
as a revolver developed by the CIA to use in assassinations.
Survial9999: Can the rhino fire 9mm Luger?
Erl Egn: Intro Song plez
guerrierodelgiaguaro: Many thanks to have made a very interesting review regarding this fantastic
italian weapon and because you pronounced corretly "Kiappa".
Colin C: for the first three minutes i thought you had your arm behind you like a
chevys1080: Just asking I was told the rhino can use moon clip out of the box it that
ThePband: Fitty, I have the 2" Rhino and the wife wants another one but not sure
which one is more fun, the 40 or the 60. Thoughts?
Fitty% TACTICAL: Thanks....I have put around 200 rounds through it. About 100/38spl and
100/357mag. Ive had problems with my 40DS locking up completely and had to
sed it back to get fixed. I had it back in under a month. My 60DS hasnt had
any problems so for.
Fitty% TACTICAL: They are for inventory
Fitty% TACTICAL: Thank you
Chiz E: Kinda rude, dude. If he wanted to make a big deal of it or even if he
wanted to he would make it part of the intro of each video so that he
wouldn't have to answer questions like this.
Phil Seg: That's some badass guns, love the design!
OGMENDOZA661: what is the price on that 40ds?
Fitty% TACTICAL: Thanks
Fitty% TACTICAL: Only if you get the trigger job done which Chiappa advises not to.
Fitty% TACTICAL: I know....what a fat ass.....wait?!
nextgenstatus: any after market grips that would be more comfortable with this gun?
Fitty% TACTICAL: LMFAO!
AlabamaPilgrim333: Good review. I'd shoot go shoot with you.
Christopher Steen: I personally have shot the rhino 200ds and it is the best revolver it has
no kick back at all
Fitty% TACTICAL: Thanks
Fitty% TACTICAL: Do a Google images search
gelidien: Also on a side note, The designer of the mateba, designed the chiappa
Rhino, Unfortunately after he died in 2008 the patent and designs were
transfered to Chiappa, that stated. Mateba's i hear are pretty hard to find
the states. I see you are interested in the UNICA 6's, apparently according
mateba fan about 1600 of them only exist in the states hence the rather
high price tag.
Fitty% TACTICAL: Very carefully...lol
mildlyupset: Hey man, great video!!! I've been weighing up the Rhino 60DS for my next
purchase against a few others. How many rounds have you put through it so
far? What's your projection for longevity? Thanks for the upload!
Andy Wheeler: how did you lose the use of it?
penthouseletters: Fully down with this review and, for me, provided a healthy amount of
user-level knowledge regarding the feel and ergonomics of the weapon.
Usually the first thing I do is tear down a weapon and inspect everything
closely, so it's nice to see that you are very familiar with all the small
details and have really considered them. Really glad that you did not use
audio from the range, which I find a poor production choice for these type
of reviews. How's the reliability been on these weapons?
nukemhight13: Great videos man!! I have been looking at getting the 2 inch barrel, but
i'm still looking at the S&W 686, GP 100 and the SP101, so I just keep
looking at all the reviews. So thank you for yours!!!
ArmaOps: Awesome man! Keep the videos coming, I enjoy my 40DS and you're one of the
few people who posts great quality videos on this and many other guns. I
can't wait to see the accuracy test. What distance you normally shoot from?
I'm ok up to 15 yards but I'm not a great shot to begin with.
letgouvgod: Fitty? Really
Fitty% TACTICAL: Thanks....the reliability is hit and mis. Sometimes all the linkage inside
the Rhinos can lock up the gun completely. It happened to my 40DS and I had
to send it back to Chiappa. They had it back to me in under a month and the
trigger was a lot smoother!
MorpheusZues: where are those made?
Fitty% TACTICAL: Well if you see one in a store dry fire it a couple times and release the
cylinder a couple times as well. If there are any hang ups in the trigger
pull or the cylinder release lever dont pick that one up. Im pretty sure
this only happened with the early Rhinos though.
Fitty% TACTICAL: If you buy factory ammo you shouldn't have a problem. Also if you get a
trigger job done to lighten the pull even by Chiappa you can get misfires.
Chiappa recommends leaving the trigger alone to ensure it fires reliably.
If you do lighten the trigger you will need to use light primer ammo. I
have not had any misfire problems with my Rhinos the 40 and 60DS.
Jack G: I keep hearing bad reviews on this revolver. Are you experiencing any
issues with yours?
MorpheusZues: well it looks frikin bad ass! make a vid using the 6 inch barrel with a red
dot sight and lemme hear that crap go "BOOM BOOM BOOM!"
xXChainLightingXx: Sick looking revolver, very interesting review. Though, what happened to
your arm? :o
Fitty% TACTICAL: I have two and have had different outcomes with both. I am going to go over
the accuracy and problems Ive had with the Rhinos and the PMR-30 in part 2
of both reviews at the range.
binary132: Any word on the reliability? I've heard about Rhinos breaking out of the
factory on a couple of dry-fires..... I'm real interested but I don't want
a gun that doesn't freakin WORK when it needs to!!
Fitty% TACTICAL: I think they only come in 357 right now with plans to make them inter
changeable like its predecessor the Meteba.