I got to handles the Chiappa Rhino at the convention.
I was impressed a bit.
There is a grip size choice, small medium and large, with various materials.
The trigger pull is acceptable. Only a hair under my 640. A slight hesitation at the break. More than acceptable. I've fired worse production triggers, certainly. And only custom DA triggers I've fired are better.
It's a light gun, weightwise, owing to the alloy frame. Lighter than my steel 640.
The SA option is novel, on guns with a hammer. You cock it and the hammer is loose, and up against the frame. That's because all the trigger work is deep inside the pistol. Kinda different, but no big deal. I'd love to fire one.
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