Despite possessing a typical double-action trigger pull of 10 pounds, the trigger’s travel is about half of a standard revolver, thanks to the Rhino’s lockwork. A model with an 8-pound trigger pull will be offered soon.
Weighing a mere 25 ounces and sporting a size between Smith & Wesson J- and K-frame recolvers, the Rhino is a viable candidate for concealed carry. Chambered in .357 Mag., the gun has a capacity of six cartridges.
The supplement the Rhino’s spring-loaded cocking piece, a red flag—built into the revolver’s backstrap—indicates when the pistol is cocked for single-action operation. The hammer is notched to help supplement sighting from the rear.
The innovative design puts the sights well above the barrel, a situation that could created a point-of-aim and point-of-impact disparity. At self-defense distances, however, the gun was on target and accurate.