Dressed in a Kobalt Kinetics Slate Cerakote finish, the internals of the Chiappa Charging Rhino Gen II 60DS have been reconfigured for greater customization. Notably, the revolver’s hammer spring, double-action only trigger return spring and trigger travel stop have been separated for user adjustment or replacement, allowing competitors to further fine tune their Rhino to meet their preferences.

On the outside, the updated Charging Rhino sports two-tone laminate grips with finger grooves, a red fiber optic front sight with adjustable rear sight, top and bottom Picatinny accessory rails and an improved trigger. Both the trigger and 6-shot 9mm cylinder are finished in black. Measuring 10.5” long and weighing 2 lbs., the revolver is built with an aluminum alloy frame and steel barrel and shroud.

Shipped with 10 moon clips and a removal tool, the Charging Rhino Gen II is also available in a single-action only California-compliant model. MSRP is $1,624 for both.