Buy Chiappa Rhino 9mm 340.167
Buy Chiappa Rhino 9mm 340.167 from a legit supplier of firearms. Best rates and fast delivery worldwide for this expensive revolver product. The Chiappa Rhino is a revolver produced by Italian manufacturer Chiappa Firearms. The Rhino’s frame is CNC-machined from a solid block of high-tensile aluminum alloy and all internal parts are CNC-machined from steel.
Chambered for the .357 Magnum/.38 Special, 9mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, or 9×21mm cartridges, its most distinctive feature is that the barrel is on a much lower bore axis, like the Rhino fires from the lowermost chamber of the cylinder rather than from the topmost chamber in conventional revolvers.
Chiappa Rhino 9mm for sale
The Rhino is the most innovative development in revolver technology in decades. It fires from the bottom of the cylinder rather than the top which dramatically reduces muzzle rise and recoil felt by lowering the axis of the bore almost to the palm of the shooter’s hand. An aluminum alloy frame and barrel shroud make the
Once you have fully reviewed all of our prior coverage of Chiappa’s Rhinos, let us then introduce to you the NEW Charging Rhino Gen II 60DS! Your first question likely is… What is new with Gen II?… and that is a very fair question.
Chiappa Rhino 9mm specification
Chiappa dove inside the Charging Rhino’s internals and separated certain components to allow for more adjustment by the user. Hopefully, this affords shooters a more pleasurable shooting experience. The complete specification listing for the Charging Rhino Gen II can be read below as presented by Chiappa:
- Caliber: 9mm
- Action: Double Action Only
- Barrel Length: 6″
- Capacity: 6
- Grips: Laminate
- Front Sight: Fixed Fiber Optic
- Rear Sight: Adjustable
- Safety: Internal
- Weight: 2 lbs
- Length: 10.5″
- Material: Ergal Frame, Steel Barrel & Breech Shield
- Finish: Cerakote Slate
- Additional Notes: Improved Trigger, Includes 10 Moon Clips + Removal Tool
Chiappa will have 2 different variations being offered to the public – a standard Charging Rhino and a Cali-compliant Charging Rhino – both with MSRPs of $1,624. This is an admittedly expensive revolver, but the creativity, ingenuity, and more controllable recoil impulse make the asking price very understandable.
Being that the Charging Rhino is chambered in 9mm, it is great that Chiappa gives you 10 moon clips and a spent-casing removal tool to keep the good times rolling when you are at the range. Chiappa goes on to explain some of the other upgrades that make the Charging Rhino Gen II worth owning in their press release statement below:
The Charging Rhino Revolver Gen II is equipped with additional features that give the shooter the ability to fine tune their shooting experience. The hammer spring and the trigger return spring have been separated for individual adjustment or replacement. In addition, the trigger travel stop is also adjustable.
The Charging Rhino Gen II is dressed in a Kobalt Kinetics Slate Cerakote finish that compliments the finger grooved Charging Rhino grip. Topped with fiber optic sights on a 6-inch target barrel, this double action only revolver is chambered in 9mm Luger and includes 10 moon clips with removal tool.
As outlined above, Chiappa has reconfigured the internal components of the Charging Rhino Gen II into more components, instead of less, in order to actually allow for more individual adjustment and customization by the owner. If you want to get an improved Hammer Spring,
Trigger Return Spring, and/or both you now have that option. Also, you can hand-configure the Trigger Travel Stop to your personal liking for improved trigger travel and reset experience. If you want to replace/upgrade any components you have in your Rhino revolver you can do that directly by ordering parts from Chiappa Firearms.
- Chiappa Charging Rhino Gen II Parts List
- Chiappa Charging Rhino Gen II Owners Manual (contains Exploded View Diagram)
- Chiappa Firearms Revolver Accessories
If you have any questions or are authentically unsure what you need to order to upgrade your wheelgun you can always contact Chiappa Firearms directly for their knowledgeable guidance. I would honestly suggest that because they could give you tips, tricks, and directions as to how you can improve your Hammer Spring,
Trigger Return Spring and Trigger Travel Stop to achieve the best results possible. For those who have not had the ability to polish up and improve the trigger mechanism on a revolver, it can be an absolute game-changer for the accuracy you are able to achieve; and thus, your confidence in your firearm.
Rhino is lightweight and easy to carry. The snag-resistant “hammer” is actually a cocking device because of the Rhino’s innovative completely enclosed firing mechanism which can be fired either single or double action. A cocked indicator is clearly visible to indicate the internal hammer status. Another innovation is the hexagonal cylinder which keeps the revolver’s width to a minimum. Included is a fiber optic front sight.
Designed by Emilio Ghisoni and Antonio Cudazzo, the Rhino differs from traditional revolvers in a number of ways. Stylistically it resembles Ghisoni’s earlier design, the Mateba Autorevolver, and was his last design before his death in 2008.
In order to reduce weight, the frame of the Rhino is made of Ergal (an aluminum alloy), and the receiver is CNC-machined from a solid block of high-tensile aluminum. Virtually all components are CNC-machined as well; this manufacturing process yields a very precise fit with minimal tolerances.
For models other than the 20D, the trigger may be used in either single-action or double-action mode. Only the 2-inch 20D model comes in double-action only
The external cocking lever is not actually a hammer as on most revolvers. Instead, it is merely a linkage handle used to cock an internal hammer and immediately falls back into place after cocking is complete, minimizing the number of externally moving parts and reciprocating mass. An additional feature of this gun is, unlike most revolvers,
it comes with an accessory rail (except for the 2-inch and 3-inch models), on which tactical lights and laser sights can be mounted. The aluminum-based revolver is available in anodized finishes resembling traditional bluing, as well as a version resembling electroless nickel finish referred to as the “White Rhino” A gold-colored version was displayed at the 2014 SHOT Show
Unusual among revolvers, the Rhino fires from the lowermost chamber in the cylinder as opposed to the uppermost. This is intended to reduce muzzle flip by aligning the recoil more into the shooter’s wrist, rather than above it. A downside of this design is that it increases the vertical distance between the sight line and the bore axis (sight height),
meaning the gun will have a greater parallax error when aiming at close range. Another distinctive feature is that the cross-section of its cylinder is hexagonal (though with rounded corners) instead of circular; this is intended to narrow the weapon’s profile in concealed carry applications.
The Rhino Revolver is now offered in a Single Action Only version specifically legal for sale in California. (SAR – Single Action Rhino) The Rhino revolver design features a lower bore axis compared to other revolvers.
This means the barrel is directly in line with the shooter’s hand, wrist, and arm. This results in almost no muzzle rise and, because energy is better absorbed and controlled by the entire arm, it reduces the amount of recoil felt by the shooter. In addition, the alignment also gives the shooter a more natural point of aim. Shoot it and feel the difference!
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The 6” barrel 6-round .357 Magnum Chiappa Rhino Revolver 60 SAR Nebula is breathtaking in shape, layout, color, and function. The Italian brand Chiappa has been making firearms for over 60 years. It’s located by the foothills of the Alps in Brescia, Italy. Other than being a revolver, its designers have reimagined the gun in seemingly every possible way.
On most guns, form follows function which reinforces the “this is the way we’ve always done it” kind of thinking. That, and the fact that gun makers like to use parts from a common parts bin and consumers ask for certain things, keeps gun makers making variations of the same few basic designs. Plus standardized designs mean plug-and-play compatibility with massive accessory bins.
But with the Rhino, Chiappa has reimagined a lot and brought out a clean-slate design that uses the latest thinking, latest materials, and some new production techniques. Little is fully familiar except the ammunition that passes through its cylinders and barrels.
The external finish is a near psychedelic multi-color PVD that may be the apotheosis of gun surface coloring. Think of an oil slick’s rainbow colors for better visualization. Yet paradoxically, the PVD process adds extraordinary durability.
It’s a plasma bonding process done in a vacuum chamber. The result is an external surface that’s corrosion-resistant and that resists acids, etc. It’s not just an external surface finish, but one that actually forms metallurgic bonds with the underlying metal. So it should stay new or closer to new for years to come.
The gun is single action only (SAO) which leads to the gun’s SAR acronym, meaning Single Action Rhino. It’s 10.5” long overall. The gun’s 1 to 19” twist 6” barrel and 6-round cylinder are steel. However, because the frame and barrel shroud are both made of 7075-T6 aluminum alloy, this large revolver tips the scales at only 2.1 pounds.
Along the top is a bounty of features. First and foremost is the rhino profile. It’s not necessarily pretty, but it sure is captivating. Relentlessly so. The front sight is a fixed red fiber optic pinned to the barrel shroud that evokes a rhino’s horn. The shroud ramps down into a flat bridge, and this bridge has an integrated five-slot Picatinny accessory rail.
The bridge and shroud connect to the frame, which then rises to house the cylinder and then rises further to the twin green fiber optics rear sight that’s adjustable both for windage and elevation. Under the sights and Picatinny rail are four large lightning ports that go clear through the gun.
The barrel sits low below the lightning ports. The low barrel is a remarkable feat of engineering made possible by feeding ammo from the cylinder’s bottom rather than the top.
Chiappa Rhino 9mm 340.167
The Rhino is the most innovative development in revolver technology in decades, if not since the creation of the revolver itself. Refusing to be constrained by tradition and previous design limitations, the Rhino has improvements that move the revolver forward into the 21st century.
Unconventional in appearance and superior by performance, the Rhino fires from the bottom of the cylinder rather than the top. This dramatically reduces muzzle rise and recoil felt by lowering the axis of the bore almost to the palm of the shooter’s hand.
An aluminum alloy frame and barrel shroud make the Rhino lightweight and easy to carry. Accessory rails on the bottom of the barrel shroud on the 4”, 5”, and 6” barrel models easily allow mounting lights or lasers.
The 6” barrel models come with both rails on top and bottom to easily mount optics as well as lights or lasers. The snag-resistant “hammer” is actually a cocking device because of the Rhino’s innovative completely enclosed firing mechanism which can be fired either single or double action. A cocked indicator is clearly visible to indicate the internal hammer status.
Another innovation is the hexagonal cylinder which keeps the revolver’s width to a minimum. Available in 2”, 3″, 4”, 5”, and 6” barrel models in black or stainless finishes, all Rhino revolvers feature an easy-to-see fiber optic front sight.
The benefit, other than eye-popping styling, is the barrel’s low bore axis forces felt-recoil thrust straight back into the user’s hand. In a traditional revolver, the barrel’s bore axis and thus felt-recoil thrust line is maybe an inch higher. So the traditional revolver has more muzzle flip and is harder on the hand.
The cylinder is smooth and hexagonal to minimize its diameter. Six narrow accent bevels grace the cylinder’s exterior. The gun comes with three moon clips and a removal tool, though the extraction of the empty casings is manual.
The bottom of the shroud that’s below the barrel has yet another five-slot Picatinny rail. Thus you can mount lights and lasers, etc., both on the revolver’s top and bottom. How many revolvers provide such options?
The gun has an internal safety. The squared off “hammer” in back is really just a cocking device since the hammer is fully internal. The trigger sits in an egg-shaped trigger guard. Its leading surface has a long diagonal that moves up to join the frame, and the frame has finger recesses behind the trigger.
The rubber grips are stunning with a blue and pale gray nebula pattern that gives this gun its name. Want something unique in form, function and color? Then the enthralling 6” barrel 6-round .357 Magnum Chiappa Rhino Revolver 60 SAR Nebula may be the only thing you look at.
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