Matthew Bergman: I felt kinda bad after i realized why he wasn't shooting with both hands
OilThe Gun: Bad grip with a 454 or 500 may result in very bad burn, lol. I'm glad my 22 reminded me not to do that, ever.
OilThe Gun: Thanks for the review. Always been interested in one of these, or at least shooting one. Great videos, glad I found your channel. Have a great weekend.
Phillip segree: That's some badass guns, love the design!
Ty Smith: I don't like 357. If it came in 44 that would be grate
13JunkYarDog13: You should totally put an Angled Foregrip (AFG) on the front of the 6''. because freak it that's why
tfblkhwkguy: Well the Nagant revolver also sealed the gap by pushing the cylinder forward to press up against the barrel. The ammo used in that revolver had the brass extend past the projectile practically covering it to meet up with the barrel once push against it creating a very good seal.
toomanyaccounts: The 200DS rhino is in fact a 2 inch barrel. it's meant for concealed carry for self defense. Also it can use 9mm ammo in addition to 357. magnum ammo.
Also that issue with the gap in chamber blasting out gas when fired happens with all revolvers except the model the CIA commissioned to use in assassinations that is silenced The most powerful revolver in the world will blow off your thumb if you position it near the cyclinder The manuals for the rhino carry models show the proper two hand grip
tfblkhwkguy: Thank you very much jadelo2010
jadelo2010: As always, good review. I recently shot one of these and didn't even think about the cylinder gap until it was too late haha.
On a side note I gotta say, watching you manipulate a weapon makes me uneasy. Not because you're unsafe or anything. Simply because it looks really tough and it would get really irritating really fast. You're doing some pretty cool stuff, keep it up!
tfblkhwkguy: I think they only come in 357 right now with plans to make them inter changeable like its predecessor the Meteba.
tfblkhwkguy: I had it cut off because with my injuries sustained I would never get function of it back so I got rid of dead weight lol.
William walton: On a better note you have made me cement my desire to get one of these in 357
William walton: Where did the other arm go?
tfblkhwkguy: Its very thin for a revolver actually.
Skylar Greene: Nice pistol but its to bulky for my taste
tfblkhwkguy: No problem...a great gun with a great concept. Though I will be coming out with a video on the issues related to it.
AgentMonkeyzz: Thanks a lot my faith in the Rhino is now restored.
tfblkhwkguy: 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.
AgentMonkeyzz: I seen another video about the 200ds and it misfired about 3 times so how's the reliability in your experience...
tfblkhwkguy: These and the Meteba...yes!
pandom51: Most sick ass revolers ever
tfblkhwkguy: They are for inventory
diesel7268: So what do the chips supposibly do?
Chiz E: I already explained myself in the first comment. No flame intended. The statement stands on its own. Some have the stones to ask and some feel as I do. It's kind of a personal thing, the more I think of it. Really, no flame. Later, RK
Andy Wheeler: how did you lose the use of it?
tfblkhwkguy: Its the truth lol
CharlyRomeo2009: LOL Dead center response.
tfblkhwkguy: Only if you get the trigger job done which Chiappa advises not to.
tfblkhwkguy: I elected to have it removed because I lost the use of it.
lasam1110: Does it misfire a lot? Tnx for replying.
xXChainLightingXx: Rude, rude how? I just asked him as i am curious.
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.
xXChainLightingXx: Sick looking revolver, very interesting review. Though, what happened to your arm? :o
28PL1: Thanks for the review! Now I'm really interested in acquiring one
TheThornmarcellus: Ahh where is his arm
AIRBORNE916: the state has to run a test on a gun before it can be sold here. the test consist of drop test, and etc. so they havn't tested it yet, or it failed the test. ca is so stupid. they take "shall not be infringed" to a whole new level.
tfblkhwkguy: Do a Google images search
rawdurand: It wild be nice if you would show how the internal pieces look compared to a "normal" revolver
tfblkhwkguy: Thanks man.....check out my other Rhino videos!
MKS Supply LLC.: Great review!
ParanoidPixel: Dude... Buy.A .New. Microphone!
Or learn how to use your current one cuz that grainy noise its picking up is freaking ridiculous!
tfblkhwkguy: Thank you
tfblkhwkguy: Thanks and about the holster I think I'll make my own kydex holster......that would be a good video...no?
snakebite210: how is the holster selection? awesome review by the way.