The Rhino, that's the one with the barrel on the bottom and the hammer on top, correct?
Seems to me to be an attempt to re-invent the wheel (or the wheelgun!). While having the barrel at the bottom of the piece, purportedly making recoil easier to manage, the mechanics of getting the hammer to strike the primer seem to me a long run for a short slide.
Also, the ungainly appearance of the piece - it looks like a joke - may lead a bad guy to believe you are pointing a toy at him, reducing or eliminating the factor that has ended so many confrontations without a shot being fired.
Ruger has a polymer-frame .38 Special rated for +P that won't weigh down your pants so much.
IMO and I have never shot the Rhino, for the money it offers negligible improvement over standard revolver design. You look to be new here, so be aware that this thread is about to erupt into a furious argument between pro-and anti- Rhino factions until it finally goes wildly off-topic in a debate over tax reform or something. Anyway, a Charter Arms Undercover oughtta do ya, and as for printing issues there are holster options to eliminate that concern. Welcome.