2013 Yamaha Tactical Black Rhino SE First Ride Photo Gallery
Ergonomics are comfortable for our 5'11" driver, but has limited adjustability.
Check out photos of the new and stylish 2013 Yamaha Tactical Black Rhino SE. This blacked-out UTV is one bad-looking side-by-side. Read the full report in the
2013 Yamaha Tactical Black Rhino 700 1st Ride
Ruger has jumped into the AR market with its own two-stage piston platform, the SR-556 Autoloading Rifle.
Gunsite Academy is a 2000-acre tactical and defensive training facility located in Paulden, Arizona.
Our Rhinos were heavily seasoned with accessories from the Yamaha catalog that geared for toting guns along for the ride.
A centrifugal clutch allows the CVT transmission to maintain constant belt tension for longer wear and improved throttle response in low-rpm situations.
Ground clearance is a respectable 12.1 inches which make it easy to straddle debris without smashing it up. A-arm guards and underbelly protection provide some level of security for when it can’t be avoided.
The Rhino is assembled at Yamaha's YMMC factory in Newnan, Georgia.
Top speed is moderate compared to some sport UTVs and the Rhino won’t win many drag races.
The 75.2-inch wheelbase allows it to be very nimble, easily navigating tight washes as we explored from one shooting range to another.
The Tactical Special Edition feels light on its feet and can switch quickly from 2WD to 4WD with the push of a button.
The soft, cab-mounted double rifle carrier ($99.99) is a great option for keeping high-dollar guns from rattling around.
The new Tactical Black Special Edition Rhino is based on the fast growing tactical enthusiast trend.
It was a perfect setup for patrolling through one of Gunsite’s low-speed drive-and-shoot simulations.
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