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    traptin85

    those bullets…

    numb7rs

    Like hollow-points, without the point. What’s that all about? =/

    Also “READ THE MANUAL BEFORE USE” – lol.

    J-Bis

    Is that a Mateba auto-revolver? .375 or .44?

    LRichardson

    Ah, the Mateba. Interesting concept overall, a self-cocking revolver. I’ve always believed that the barrel on a revolver should be at the 6 o’clock vs 12 o’clock position (better recoil control.) Not sure what you mean by “hollow points, without the point”. The nose of hollow point ammunition in revolver calibers is often quite wide. A revolver doesn’t need the sort of taper that auto-loaders prefer since the bullets are chambered manually.

    RSIxidor

    I’d feel like Han Solo if I wielded that piece.

    DMc77
    bfd

    han solo was sporting an antique Mauser C96 (the “96” means “design of 1896”, not exactly a “futuristic design”)

    The Rhino is out in various configurations:
    chiappafirearms.com/products/75
    It is a bottom-firing design for better recoil control (lower bore axis) and the flat cylinder is theoretically better for concealment and retention. If I was a wheelgun guy I’d be tempted to pick one up … hell, I’m tempted to pick one up now and to get a matching levergun … maybe if I ever get reloading room I’ll break into .357mag.