Liked my RAMI 9mm alloy a lot; but, I like my P-01 even more, even though the P-01 mag base plate of the factory 14 rounder is harder to hide.
My RAMI was very accurate and shot Hornady JHP/XTP (My SD ammo at the time) with out error. Never had a burp with any ball ammo.
My RAMI was never modified but I did replace the 10 rnd mag springs with 10% over strength. However, I don't think that I really needed to do this. Even the factory 14 rnd mag that I bought never failed to feed, I changed the springs just because that seemed to be the popular thing to do at the time. I believe the best things that I did to keep the RAMI working was a very thorough initial cleaning to remove the factory gunk and keeping it clean to include the mags. I kept the mags slick inside with a good dry lube.
April 23, 2009, 12:01 AM
I have a 2075 rami in 40 S&W. The only problem is finding holsters and accessories can be a bit of a challenge compared to a glock or springfield etc. I got my IWB holster from AKJ Concealco and it was well made and works well.
chris in va
April 23, 2009, 12:07 AM
I found the RAMI to be rather chunky and wide for the caliber it shoots, but just my opinion.
April 23, 2009, 12:25 AM
How's the trigger compared to a run-of-the-mill 75b?
April 23, 2009, 01:41 AM
Better trigger than the 3 stock 75Bs that I have owned.
My 26 round works great in the RAMI.
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