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Polymer Rami available

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Zerstoerer, Apr 1, 2007.

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  1. Zerstoerer

    Zerstoerer Member

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    Finally saw the first Polymer Rami at a Gun Store.
    Anybody shot them yet?
    How is recoil in .40S&W?
     
  2. fattsgalore

    fattsgalore Member

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    What was the PR?

    They are so ugly though.
     
  3. CZF

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    CZF members say that recoil in the .40 caliber RAMI is Brisk to downright Harsh.
    Knowing this and the very fact that the .40 have the most reported problems.
    I opted for the 9mm, and very glad to have done so.

    Loaded with Gold Dots, it is my EDC during the summer and often winter, even though I can conceal a larger CZ or Glock pistol with a long coat or jacket.

    As usual this time of//the weather warms up. WE see a increase in RAMI buyers, but This year it is really booming.

    Love that chunk munky CZ!


    RAMI info:

    http://www.angelfire.com/amiga2/czid/RAMI.html
     
  4. rcellis

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    Here's an image of the poly version:

    [​IMG]
     
  5. Gary G23

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  6. CZF

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    The 9mms are rock solid mini CZs. The RAMI P should be no different, maybe even better.[​IMG]
     
  7. GVMan

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    Weight?

    It appears from the CZ catalog that the weight of the RAMI is about the same in the Poly version as the Alloy version. If the Poly is just as heavy, why would anyone want it? Am I missing something?
     
  8. CZF

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    Ya, an ounce difference.
     
  9. chris in va

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    You can do better. The thing is way too wide for the caliber.
     
  10. Buck Nekkid

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    I really like my RAMI, but like many of the other RAMI .40 S&W owners I've had issues with it. A poly version isn't necessarily an advantage in a pistol that has a very snappy recoil. Here's mine, I think that it's kinda cute :)

    [​IMG]

    Grips by Hakan Pek, custom laser engraved.
     
  11. GARY1911A1

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    A polymer frame version might flex some on recoil helping to soak up a little recoil and make the frame more durable. A thinner single stack would of been more concealable and I wish CZ would of consider this if they would of had enough points for the ATF to allow them in the country.
     
  12. 03Shadowbob

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    I got a Rami 40 but not the poly version. The thing is downright nasty in the recoil department. Much worse than my P3AT and MilPro PT140. I have left the range with nice bruises in the web of my hand. It seems they may be working the kinks out of the problems with the .40. Mine has been flawless through 500 rounds.
    I think it is a beautiful gun and I love the size, grip angle, etc. but if you are recoil sensitive then the .40 isn't the gun for you.
     
  13. armoredman

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    My wife is very fond of her 9mm RAMI, and it conceals well on her.

    [​IMG]

    With the extended 14 round mag, the grip is easier, still concealable, and those extra rounds don't hurt!

    [​IMG]

    And, if anyone is interested, she has some extra RAMI grip panels, made by Viking. Make offer.:)

    [​IMG]
     
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