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    For those of you who think the Rhino is just too mundane....

    Get a load of this. https://www.gunsamerica.com/digest/s...derstruck-329/



    This was a "handled one at the Shot show" review, so no targets. A picture of the open cylinder would have been nice.

    Weird. Really weird.
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    Interesting... Not real sure about the 2 finger trigger..
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    Interesting, and why not? Of course, I do have a Rhino.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbojama View Post
    Interesting... Not real sure about the 2 finger trigger..
    I've never understood all the concern over "trigger pull". To me, you pull the trigger and it goes BANG. However, if it takes two fingers to pull, maybe it is just a little too stiff!!
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    Different. Unique. Not sure about that unguarded trigger, though. I'm looking forward to the reports and reviews. I wonder if AC/DC gets royalties for the name? Goodness knows, they're poor as dirt and need all the income they can scrounge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbojama View Post
    Interesting... Not real sure about the 2 finger trigger..
    Does it work like a safety, possibly......sorta' like a double-trigger sniper rifle? If so, I kinda' like it.
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    What the....so it shoots two rounds at once, or maybe one then the other, then the cylinder rotates....? Strange. I think that would make it a 4 shooter, wouldn't it?
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    Hey I LIKE THAT!!
    looks like the trigger guard (or what there is of it) would open a beer bottle much more effectively than the ones on my present weapons do!
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    Noticed in the poster at the bottom of the linked story, the picture appears to show the gun being shot with one finger.

    I can see the trigger snagging in pocket carry, although it may not be a problem if the trigger safety stays engaged. But it certainly is a close-quarters weapon. Wonder how heavy the trigger pull is.
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    What's it do that a traditional pocket J frame revolver can't? I think I'll pass.
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