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I own the snub version of this, the 200D White Rhino. It’s fun to shoot, doesn’t jump like my other revolvers. Shooting a 357 is like using a 38, and a 38 is like shooting a 22. The trigger on mine is fantastic. About the best I’ve ever felt, smooth and breaks clean. No grit at all.
Now to the bad parts: I’ve had to send it back to the factory twice. Ones because it was giving me off center primer strikes and soft strikes. This is extremely dangerous for a revolver due to the bullet going away from a barrel if the trigger is pulled again. The gun was returned quickly and without any hassle, they even payed for shipping.
Next time, the cylinder would not drop. They claimed that the cylinder was wobbly and the shell release bar had slipped out a bit. Since then I’ve shot it a handful of times and had no problems. From what I’ve heard, the early models, of which mine is, have some small errors like this.
Overall, it’s a fun gun with some cool features and a wow factor like none other. It doesn’t feel as well put together as a S&W, my other revolver is a snubby S&W, but the design makes up for that. I love that gun, but it has been a hell of a hassle for me.