CZ RAMI Face Lift.

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    CZ RAMI Face Lift.

    The 9 year old RAMI needed a change.


    12 Grip's owner gave me a good deal on these:








    When I get my RAMI BD next year, I'll be looking to buy some more 12 Grips!


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    Those pictures almost single handedly changed my mind on the spot to make a RAMI my next pistol/first CC pistol. lol I'll probably still go with a G26, but man that would look nice on my hip.
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    Nice grips!...and affordable too. Your Rami is is great shape for being a 9 year old.
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    I have a CZ 75 P01 an love it, never shot a Rami but really like the look good job

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJC7 View Post
    Those pictures almost single handedly changed my mind on the spot to make a RAMI my next pistol/first CC pistol. lol I'll probably still go with a G26, but man that would look nice on my hip.
    Yeah, puppies will do that.

    The CZ 2075 RAMI is a sweet little rig, though. Hard to ignore, once you've handled/shot one. Amazing little package, if a bit chunky. Feels a tad like the Para Ordnance Hawg (also chunky wide), in that respect, but nimbler. Love the 2075 RAMI.


    As for the grips, my choice with the CZ P-01: a set of custom checkered grip panels from Sam at Omega Grips, in Gaboon ebony, cut at 18 LPI.
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    That is one fine looking firearm!
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    Very nice!

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    Excellent! I have no problem with polymer guns, but metal and wood are better in all respects except weight.
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    Thanks guys.

    My RAMI will be retired near the 10 year mark in 2014.

    A new RAMI BD will take over then.

    I've went through a lot of gun, CZ< Glock, Rugers, ect.

    This RAMI has never left my side though.

    They might be the Chunky Munky of pistols, but reliable and durable as any other CZ I've
    had. Glocks as well.


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    LOVE my Rami BD! It is a GREAT shooter even if it is only a 9mm.
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    I have one of the first Rami BD's imported.
    It's never had a hiccup.
    I dressed it up with a set of Hakken Pek's grips, and a holster from HBE.
    But, I think it's too wide for a carry gun compared to what's out there.
    So, I stick to my S&W 3913 NL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guns and more View Post
    I have one of the first Rami BD's imported.
    It's never had a hiccup.
    I dressed it up with a set of Hakken Pek's grips, and a holster from HBE.
    But, I think it's too wide for a carry gun compared to what's out there.
    So, I stick to my S&W 3913 NL.
    If CZ came out with a much slimmer variant of the 10rd double-stack RAMI, particularly with a few deft ergonomic (shape) changes, they'd have a killer little pistol. Agreed, that the "fat" feel of it is about the only real drawback. Great gun, otherwise. Needs to be about ~0.3" narrower. IMO, the makers need to take a design cue from the old Browning BDM (of the 1990's), in that regard, which was far slimmer and flatter-riding than most of the "porkers" on the market.
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    A RAMI isn't really all that wide, is it? The website has 1.25 inch, compared to 1.18 inch for a glock 26 - only about 1/16" difference. Or do the controls protrude a lot?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 357and40 View Post
    LOVE my Rami BD! It is a GREAT shooter even if it is only a 9mm.
    Even if it is only a 9mm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxwell97 View Post
    A RAMI isn't really all that wide, is it? The website has 1.25 inch, compared to 1.18 inch for a glock 26 - only about 1/16" difference. Or do the controls protrude a lot?
    I'm with you on that. I've got a Rami and it carries just as easily as anything I've had over the past 4 yrs.....28 handguns. Well, maybe not as easily as a Keltec or small Kahr. I find it hard to believe that .1 or .2 of an inch can make a difference re: carry. Come on, now, folks....really? I carry mine AIWB with ease and I'm 4'20", 190 lbs......
    I also had a Para Nighthawg (.45) mentioned above and it WAS DEFINITELY chunky.....good looking though. Folks don't let a "Chunky Monkey" moniker scare you off from this pistol. Only recently has my "new to me" 75 Compact PCR D been stealing carry time from the Rami.

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