Chiappa Firearms revolutionised the concept of the revolver with the Rhino, a gun that’s immediately recognisable as the barrel is in line with the lower chamber of the cylinder. The Chiappa Firearms Rhino revolver was until now available in .357 Magnum (but also 9x19, 9x21 and .40 Smith & Wesson) with 2, 4, 5 and 6-inch barrels. The Chiappa Rhino was originally designed as a personal defence gun with a 2-inch barrel, and after realising the huge potential of the gun, it was developed with longer barrels too.
Two new revolver of Chiappa Firearms
The first new release from Chiappa Firearms is the White Rhino 30 DS .357 Magnum revolver, a model for personal defence with a 3-inch barrel, considered the best compromise between the requirements of a hidden carry and management of the recoil and flash at the muzzle produced by the powerful .357 Magnum cartridges. The gun comes with a highly original Cerakote “rhino skin” finish and semi-anatomic G10 layered grips. Fibre optics are used for the sights (green on the rear sight and red on the front).
All news from SHOT Show 2017 you’ll find here:
The second new release is the “Charging Rhino” revolver with a 6-inch barrel, based on the 60 DS model and with fibre optic sights, a satin-finish stainless steel cylinder and a double Picatinny rail for accessories. The barrel is 6 inches long and the grip is made of layered multicolour wood.