Geared towards backcountry hikers and campers the Bush Pilot Survival Kit comes with a customized Chiappa .44 Magnum takedown lever-action rifle.
While US turkey hunters carry pumps, semi-autos, and single shots more often, I share with many others an unlikely love of O/U’s for spring gobblers.
While cost prohibitive and most folks will likely never feel the need for a triple barreled O/U, they have their merits (as at least a conversation starter).
We love hickok45 plenty but his videos normally fall into the entertainment category but this video goes into a lot more detail than usual and is pretty informative.
If you get a chance to handle a new one take it, and if you get a chance to shoot one jump on it.
The Rhino’s ergonomics are its most distinguished, yet unfavorable, feature. The Rhino’s biggest issues arise from the fact that its designer employed a trigger meant exclusively for single-action target shooting, not double-action combat shooting.
It’s a small expansion but a sure sign of the company’s success: Chiappa is planning to more than double their workforce in the U.S., going up from 14 American employees to a round 30.
Chiappa is working on a new polymer-framed version of the Rhino revolver for concealed-carry. The Poly-Lite maintains the same unique Rhino aesthetics and most importantly, six-o’clock barrel position.
I admit, I love all the conversations I have with people at the range about this gun. Folks ask and I’d let them shoot it and never a complaint.
With all the recent interest in takedown long guns like the Ruger 10/22 or the Chiappa Little Badger, it’s important to keep in focus that these rifles are nothing new: The AR7 has been around for over fifty years, looks almost identical to the newest survival rifle offerings and, unsurprisingly, is still going strong.