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CZ 2075 RAMI

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by locobombero, Nov 20, 2006.

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  1. locobombero

    locobombero Member

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    Im really liking this gun just from reading. Id like to get my hands on one to feel it. Anyone have any experience with one?
     
  2. Joe Demko

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    I have the RAMI in .40S&W. Overall, it is a nice piece. The only two criticisms that I have are
    1. It is an absolute SOB getting the 8th round in the magazine.
    2. The gun is less pleasant to shoot than a full size .40; the recoil and muzzle flip are notably brisk.
     
  3. WVleo

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    CZ RAMI

    Hi, I carry My CZ RAMI daily . Got it in 9mm flavor and added pierce mag extenders from the XD series and it shoots great . I do have small hands tho....WVleo
     
  4. CZF

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    RAMIs ROCK!!!

    Does everything I want a 9mm to do.
    [​IMG]

    Seems like more and more people are turning onto this gem.
    A decocker version would probably attract even more shooters.
    [​IMG]

    More pics on my RAMI page:
    http://www.angelfire.com/amiga2/czid/RAMI.html
     
  5. Northslope Nimrod

    Northslope Nimrod Member

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    I have one. I have loved it. Haven't shot it a lot. I am acutally selling it right now for extra cash. Depending on your location, you could look at mine.
     
  6. yhtomit

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    Never fired, but love the feel

    I've only handled a RAMI at a gun shop, never fired one, but I found it to be fantastically comfortable. (I have smallish hands, but not too comically small -- very few guns that I've held have grips that are plain *uncomfortable.*) It seems to hold and point very naturally, and the trigger on the example I handled (used) had an excellent feel.

    CZ guns generally well deserve their stellar reputation for good ergonomics; the RAMI is obviously small, but it fills my hand very nicely.

    Sadly, I just didn't (and don't, and won't for a while!) have the money to justify purchasing one.

    timothy
     
  7. BlkHawk73

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    My father-in-lw has one in .40 and likes it and he's more of a 1911 guy. I've shot it and it's not too bad at all to shoot. Pretty darn nice actually. Enough so that when I was deciding on a sub-compact auto, it was a toss up between the RAMI and the HK P2000sk. (the Hk fit me a bit better in the hand so I went with that one). I still toy with getting a rami though - maybe someday. ;)
     
  8. KnightHawk67

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    I have a RAMI and I love it. The only issue I have with it is the failures I get when I use the 14 round mags. The 10 round factory mags work flawlessly (2000 rounds or so, no failures mag related) The 14s mess up about every 3rd magfull. I never would carry the 14s for CCW anyway, so it's really not an issue (because they add an inch roughly to the grip length). It hides well (about the size of a Bersa .380), and as a bonus, it has the same controls as my 1911s, therefore no mistakes due to gun design differences.
     
  9. klover

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    Had one. Failed to go into battery on the second round of a full clip about 20% of the time. I traded it for a rifle. It was a .40, and I loved the ergonomics.
    I heard it was the finish on the first ones which was applied to the slide join areas. I heard that newer ones had no finish there at all.
    I polished the ramp with no effect.

    I'd get a good one if they could show the same reliabillity of a good Sig.
     
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