CZ 2075 Rami decocker lever or not

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    CZ 2075 Rami decocker lever or not

    There are 2 alloy frame Ramis.
    One with decocker lever and 1 without.
    Do you think the decocker lever is internal and therefore works automatically?
    Or is it enternal and works manually?

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    External works manually. I have one W/ the safety lever and I like it better because it gives more options

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    Manually.
    Much safer than trying to lower the hammer by hand over a live round.

    I heartily recommend the RAMI BD to first time buyers or those new to CZs.

    Unlike what some people think, the decock lever is small and will not decock when you shoot
    with a high thumb hold.

    I've never heard or read anything bad about the BD ( or most RAMIs in general) as BD owners
    love them.

    They come from the factory with Nites, but that's a good thing for most who carry.
    The other guns might come with those ugly adjustable sights.

    More info:
    http://www.czforumsite.info/index.php?board=6.0

    http://cz-zone-2.angelfire.com/CZ-2075RAMI-D.html
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    I have the RAMI decocker and prefer it over the manual safety version. You can't carry cocked & locked but you can carry w/ one in the tube with the hammer decocked. Your first shot is DA (unless you manually recock the hammer, time-permitting). No worries about messing with the safety in a self-defense situation. It's also really nice to be able to decock the hammer without having to manually lower it on a live round. Also, the DA trigger pull is long & heavy making it perfectly safe to carry with one in the tube, just have a good holster made for the RAMI. I use a cross-breed super tuck. Also, as Clarkston said, getting factory tridium night sights is great too.
    pro-CZ's, pro-AR's, anti-CZAR's

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    I once had the Rami without the decocker. I wish I would have bought it with the decocker, but not sure if they were available then.

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    I have the Rami BD (decocker). As you depress the lever the hammer goes to half cock. The hammer follows your finger on the lever slowly. It never drops the hammer. I have the de-cocker on both my CZ's. On half cock, you can still pull the trigger and fire the weapon. (D/A)

    I didn't explain this very well. Think of the de-cocker connected to the hammer. As you press the lever, the hammer moves in unison and stops at half cock.

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    Thumbs up Great BD info

    Excellent * response info appreciated * this pistol is on the short list now
    One more thing-how do you find the trigger compared to other guns?
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    I have the standard Rami with no decoker. I like being in control of what the hammer does...I like having a safety. I vote no decocker.

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    I think the BD is the best of both worlds. What are you giving up?
    With a safety, you have to remember to click it off.
    With the decocker, you can have the hammer down D/A, cocked S/A (not for me) or half cocked, still safe and D/A.

    What more control of the hammer do you want?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guns and more View Post
    I think the BD is the best of both worlds. What are you giving up?
    With a safety, you have to remember to click it off.
    With the decocker, you can have the hammer down D/A, cocked S/A (not for me) or half cocked, still safe and D/A.

    What more control of the hammer do you want?
    I carry my RAMI Hammer down in DA mode safety off, still have all 10 toes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guns and more View Post
    I think the BD is the best of both worlds. What are you giving up?
    With a safety, you have to remember to click it off.
    With the decocker, you can have the hammer down D/A, cocked S/A (not for me) or half cocked, still safe and D/A.

    What more control of the hammer do you want?
    I have had a discharge at the range before with a decocker (not CZ) I personally can not trust them.

    However, I do trust my thump and trigger finger.

    I carry my Rami 10+1, safety OFF and the hammer in the 2nd "mid' position and still have 10 toes as well.


    Either way, A Rami is a fine carry pistol you can trust.

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    I am a big believer in keeping the first trigger pull consistent with the next. Which is why I don't buy decocker type handguns. But really it is a personal choice.

    As such I use DAO for my daily carries (Ruger LCP and Kahr CW9) and have DA/SA for HD (CZ 75B and soon a Beretta PX4 Storm 9mm)....those HD guns are stored cocked and locked with safety on.

    My "strategy" is that for CCW I would have less time to react so do not want any switches to throw or things to cock to fire a shot which is my reason for the DAO guns carried ready to fire. At home I "should" have slightly more time before I have to fire which means I don't mind having to flip the safety if it means I get to fire a gun with more or less a SA trigger pull.

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