Manufactured by Smith and Wesson c.1989-today. .44 Magnum six-round swing-out cylinder, double action. Made to be “carried often and shot little”, because hopefully you won’t get attacked by bear people too often.
Currently the longest barreled revolver in the Rhino lineup, the 60DS is chambered in .357 Magnum. Based on a previous design known as the Mateba, the Rhino has a lower barrel axis than a traditional revolver. This makes it much more manageable with recoil, even when using high powered or hot .357 Magnum loads. (GRH)
Korth Arms out of Germany has teamed up with NightHawk Customs to bring their revolvers state side! The Super Sport, the Mongoose, and my favorite, the 9mm Skyhawk(formerly Sky Marshall). 357 magnum, 38 special, and a 9mm cylinder that does not require moonclips(check detailed shot of cylinder).
Rail is for a laser and suppressor mount accessory. Cylinder is sealed to the barrel so they can be ran with a suppressor.
Designed by Wildey J. Moore c.1973 for big game hunting. .475 Wildey Magnum, 7-rounds removable box magazine, gas operated semi-automatic. A moustache is not required to shoot this gun, but it will please Charles Bronson in heaven if you do have one.