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CZ 2075 Rami 9mm - Yes or No

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Hokkmike, Nov 15, 2012.

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  1. Hokkmike

    Hokkmike Member

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    Saw a very good condition CZ-2075 Rami in9mm for $479. Is this a reliable pistol at anwhere near a fair price? Thanks!
     
  2. Plan2Live

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    I can't offer an opinion on the price, but if you want a compact pistol with a DA/SA trigger and external hammer then this is one of very few choices. But stick with the metal frame version rather than the polymer framed version. From what I hear and read, the polymer versions have had issues with the frame speading.
     
  3. Walt Sherrill

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    I've been a big CZ fan for years, but never got enthused by the RAMI. It feels bigger in the hand than it's size would indicate, and bigger in the holster. I much prefer the Kahrs (PM-9, P9). I have a CM-9 and it's a true pocket gun, but should be used with a good pocket holster.

    The RAMI is apparently a fine gun, and once some early "teething" problems (years ago) were resolved, they've been good performers. That said, the CZ P-01 is roughly 3 ozs heavier, only an 1/8" wider, and not quite 3/4" longer -- yet the barrel is more than 3/4" longer. The P-01 holds 14 rounds, while the RAMI holds 9 (in 9mm). Capacity is a factor, and 9 is a big jump over the P9 or PM9 (6 or 7 rounds).

    The only person who can answer your question is YOU. You need to handle one and decide if the size trade-off is justified, and how important a couple of extra rounds might be to you. And think about holsters.
     
  4. Hokkmike

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    At this point, taking comments from my two reliable gun forums, it is not looking good for the Rami. Thanks all.
     
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    I have the rami in 9mm. It has been great for me. Never a problem of any kind. I shoot it quite a bit. Totally reliable and comfortable.
     
  7. gator1gear

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    The CZ RAMI P is the only CZ I ever had trouble with. Many failure to feed problems. It went back to CZ a couple of times and ended up as a safe queen after the 2nd trip home. You may have better luck than I did. 9mm btw.
     
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    My opinion is if it is all metal with a decocker it is a great gun and a good price. If it is all metal without a decocker it is a good gun at an average price. I would personally stay away from a poly one. Love, love, love my Rami, the only thing I regret is getting the non decocker one
     
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