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    Quote Originally Posted by Scalpel View Post
    Harry:

    No photos because it broke the camera !

    What's your opinion?
    It's an okay gun?
    I want a second opinion!
    It's ugly too!

    Sorry, low hanging fruit, but I couldn't resist
    I like it a great deal. I'll let you know in 10 years if it's great. ;-) I'm also amazed that we made it to post 15 before the "U" word was unleashed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willboat View Post
    Great review of a gun that makes Glocks look pretty.
    <sigh> you forgot Hi-Points...
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    Okay, here it goes. I'm a terrible photographer.
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    I got to shoot one my Nephew had a year ago this Christmas. I'm guessing it was a longer barreled version as I remember it being longer looking than what your pictures show. The side view of yours does look like a rhino!

    From what I remember it had what seemed a sharper/harder recoil to it than the traditional 357 which I was also shooting as a reference. The recoil although sharper doesn't suggest it's worse. It's just from the barrel being so low that it has less of an ability to torque your wrist up producing muzzle flip and more of a straight back push. That makes follow up shots a little quicker which is I believe their marketing strategy, and in my opinion does what they say.

    With all that said I'm not sure I could spend the money on one.
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    Iron, at least you got to try one out and make up your own mind. Interesting about the sharper felt recoil. My hands perceive it a bit differently. I'd like to shoot one of the longer barreled for fun as well.
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    I personally think the Rhinos, especially the White Rhinos, are very good looking guns. I'm not a big fan of the 2" aesthetically, but the 5" is pretty. Unfortunately, Rhinos are cost prohibitive for me.
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