The Rhino fires from the bottom of the cylinder rather than the top. This dramatically reduces muzzle rise and recoil felt by lowering the axis of the bore almost to the palm of the shooters hand. An aluminum alloy frame and barrel shroud make the it lightweight and easy to carry. Its accessory rails on the bottom of the barrel easily allow mounting lights or lasers. The snag resistant hammer is actually a cocking device because of the Rhino's innovative completely enclosed firing mechanism which can be fired either single or double action. A cocked indicator is clearly visible to indicate the internal hammer status. Another innovation is the hexagonal cylinder which keeps the revolver's width to a minimum. It comes with an easy to see fiber optic front sight and three moon clips.