CZ 2075 Rami :-(


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gator1gear
January 14, 2010, 08:57 PM
I guess it's too late now, but have any of you had a CZ Rami that you couldn't get to work? I bought a CZ Rami P not too long ago and it has been a nightmare. Multiple FTFs from both magazines (10 &14 round), that CZ couldn't fix after two visits. In CZ's defense, they didn't try to put the problem on me. After the second visit to CZ I swapped it for a CZ 75 P 07. I really hope this gun works better.

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blutarsky
January 14, 2010, 09:33 PM
i have a different problem -- i've been trying to track down a rami bd for a while now, they just don't seem to be out there currently. :(

it's getting to the point where i'm contemplating getting a sig p239 instead. too bad nobody around me has either in stock to actually fondle. but my first choice was a rami bd that i'm getting sick of waiting to find...

armoredman
January 14, 2010, 09:36 PM
Have you called CZ-USA directly to see if one can be had in your neck of ther woods? 1-800-955-4486, press 301 for the irreplaceable Cindy.

dom1104
January 15, 2010, 09:48 AM
hmm this is the second post with problems with the RAMI p.

frankly I have no idea why someone would go with the P version in the first place, but it sounds like they may be promblematic.

Guns and more
January 15, 2010, 12:02 PM
i've been trying to track down a rami bd for a while now, they just don't seem to be out there currently.
I think I may have purchased the first one in the country (or close).
It has never failed to fire, or anything else. Machining is first rate.
If I were to criticize the Rami, I think it is too thick as a EDC. Also the slide release is too short. As far as reliable, you can't beat it.
I bought it from a guy on the CZ forum site, He's in Kansas, and deals with CZ.
He was a pleasure to work with and a fair price.
He is on the forum as Manofsteele.


Note. I think the Rami is too thick. In reality it is 1.3"
I think the Sig 238 is thin. In reality it is 1.1"
I would have sworn the Sig was half the thickness of the Rami.

Maybe it's just me, but a little difference on the ruler makes a big difference in how you perceive the gun.
I have some grips from Hakken Pek in Bakote wood, and a Holster from HBE, so it is showpiece.

WRGADog
January 15, 2010, 02:44 PM
I had a similar experience with my CZ 2075P. The only ammo it would consistently feed was Speer Gold Dots. I traded the gun for a XDm 3.8.

Cactus Jack Arizona
January 15, 2010, 04:29 PM
Actually, I had a Rami and it too gave me all kinds of FTF's. I sent the two 14 round mags back to CZ-USA and they sent me two new 14 round mags. I also had to take my Rami to my gunsmith. (I'm not real keen on sending a firearm back, even for free work.) My gunsmith told me that he had about 5 other Rami pistols, all with the same problem. The problem was fixed, for awhile. After another 300 rounds, it began FTF once again. :banghead: At this point, my patience was stretched to the point where I did not want to fiddle with it anymore. :cuss: I got rid of it. Too bad, I really did like the little pistol. :(

armoredman
January 15, 2010, 04:41 PM
Poly RAMI? I say that because my wife has the first 9mm RAMI in AZ, and it has been perfect for years. Standard alloy model.

gator1gear
January 15, 2010, 06:40 PM
Poly or not, it should work correctly. The XDs, Glocks etc are poly guns, but they run well.

Joe Demko
January 15, 2010, 06:57 PM
I have an alloy RAMI in .40 S&W. It runs okay. It doesn't like certain HP bullet profiles, but compact autos in full-size cartridges have a history of being picky, regardless of maker.

Jed Carter
January 15, 2010, 08:33 PM
I like my CZ pistols, in particular the PCR, as for the Rami and most other subcompacts, no thanks. I've seen and shot a lot of small pistols, many owners have FTF, FTE problems, may not be the pistols fault, IMO. Small pistols are more difficult to control for many shooters and recoil related failures are compounded by the pistols lack of mass or balance, and a too short grip. My advice would be to get a larger and heavier pistol that is still concealable like the 14+1 CZ PCR. Or if someone wants a subcompact, try it before you buy it.

gator1gear
January 15, 2010, 09:55 PM
I'm hoping the P07 is better, but the reviews aren't very encouraging.

armoredman
January 16, 2010, 01:03 AM
Mine is working just fine. We started a thread on how many P07 owners were getting good results, at CZF, and most were going just fine. Also looking forward to the possabilty of a new model this year, not just the 40 version.

gator1gear
January 16, 2010, 08:24 AM
Thanks abunch armoredman, hopefully I'll have good luck with the P07.

gsreimers
January 17, 2010, 07:52 PM
I've had my 40 S&W 2075 Rami, (not the Polymer) for a couple of years. At first, it was awful. I could not fire a full magazine without a FTF. I sent it in and CZ replaced the magazines, put in a new recoil spring, and polished the feed guides.

It has been flawless since then. CZ performed the service very quickly and it made a world of difference.

gator1gear
January 17, 2010, 07:59 PM
Well, After reading the reviews on the P07, I sold it off before I ever fired it. I am now the proud owner of a Springfield Armory XD9sc. If it's anything like my old XD40sc, it will be a good'un!

Bear2000
February 14, 2010, 08:54 PM
I had a CZ 2075 Rami, Poly in stainless, apparently a limited run and a total disaster. It just didn't work - jammed, stove-piped, what a mess. I sent it back and CZ sent me a brand new P09 for my trouble. The gunsmith told me it was a bad batch and they were replacing lots of them. This was back in 2008.

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