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Finally Arrived on Friday. Mods include action rework from
CZ-USA, Crimson Trace Lasergrips, Steve Bedair stainless guide rod.
Why Ike, whatever do you mean? Maybe poker's just not your game Ike. I know! Let's have a spelling contest!
Very nice addition. Enjoy it.
on the new 'addition' to the family...
Stay armed...stay safe!
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cz's are very nice...congrats !
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Nice piece sir.
I recently picked up a CZ PCR which also wears a Bedair stainless guiderod.
They do shoot sweet, natural pointers.
Shoot straight, keep your powder dry and watch your back
Thanks for the comments guys. AZ, I will be using the full length
Bedair stainless rod when he comes out with them.
This will be my home defense/car gun, so the extra weight doesn't really matter. I have the lighter RAMI for carry.
You won't be disappointed in his work, and he is great to deal with. The guiderod is very very nice, no tool marks at all on the two I got [ one for a friend who has the same gun ] from him.
How do you like the Rami?. We have them at the shop, but I passed in preference for the PCR.
I like stainless steel!
Good looking gun.
"If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking" - George S. Patton.
AZ, like the Glock 26, the RAMI is very size efficient for the 9mm cartridge, and to a larger degree, the .40 Smith cartridge should you get your RAMI to run right.
Unlike the G26 in my experience. I can actually get a full grip on my gun and it doesn't feel like it is going to flip outta may hand when I fire it.
The "chunky munky" is a bit heavy, but not as much as a full sized CZ75 or Compact. It is..Super reliable and surprisingly accurate. A rock solid piece of CZ made machinery.
Thanks for the thoughts on the CZ Rami.
That' a fine looking pistol!
I'm going to have to have one of the holster makers on this site make me a rig for my new CZ PCR 9mm. Mark Garrity comes to mind as I just took delivery of a G26 crossdraw from him and it is sweeeet.
Any other makers you are aware of that specialize in the CZ line you'd recommend I take a look at?