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Discussion in 'GSSF' started by -gunut-, Nov 1, 2010.
Just came across this online. Wonder if the designer is Swiss
That looks way more complex than a Smith or Ruger DA.
Ill pass. Too much **** to break.
pretty cool....id like one...probably never get one though because of the $$$.
That's really less stuff than is in the trigger/hand/pawl/transfer bar subassembly of a Ruger DA revolver. It looks like a lot of stuff, but I think its just a few big parts.
Wow,.........intricate trigger mechanism!
Does it translate to something smooooooooooth to have all those parts in there working?
Shirley, you jest.
The Broomhandle was also complex and I believe that had a pretty good run.
Has anyone ever shot one of these beasts? Bac?
It looks like it even has a little fan belt in there, low in the grip.
I wish I was. The scene of all those tiny little parts falling to the floor when I accidentally touched the pawl with the subassembly out of the gun is burned into my brain.
And don't call me Shirley.
I think the disease has climbed his legs to his brain.
I got the new Combat Handguns in the mail today. They did a 'road test' on one. Like all wheel guns it worked, but the shooter was impressed with how quick follow up shots were made. I may pick one up once the novelty prices fall back to reality.
I like the Rhino a lot. If only because it is futuristic and sure to get attention at the range.
And we know it's about the attention, isn't it. LOL
There does appear to be a lot of stuff in there.
this is the first I have seen of this thing. I see it is being chambered in .357. Is there to be any other caliber offerings?
I want one real bad. So there.
I would shoot one with a S&W.