CZ-USA now offers real deal Tritium Nites for the RAMI.
This is a discussion on My New CZ RAMI within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by archer51 How do you like the decocker version? I wish it had been available when I bought mine. My CZ 75 SP-01 ...
I found this thread by searching for Rami, and since it's only about a month old thought I'd ask about a follow-up. My Rami will be here next week. Whaddya say Betty? How's the Rami working out for you?
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Great looking pistols!
I am rather ignorant when it comes to Czs, as they are rather uncommon around here for some reason, but I find them interesting and appealing...........
The only one I have ever fondled is the CZ 100, and I hear they are the bottom of the CZ barrel..............
Hi Betty,Both occurred while shooting with my right hand only with the Winchester JHP 147 gr. ammunition.
Did not get an email reply, any how, if you blow the photograph up of you shooting right hand only, you will see your back strap is recoiling across your thumb, if you would turn the meat of the back strap so the pistol and forearm are more aligned, that would give a better hit value, in two handed shooting this matters little.
Great thread, I had a Cz 75 B SA but couldnd make the grip fit the hand. Now have a Rami .40 that is a handful with 180's!! I may try the Springfield grip extensions. I like the gun but do not shoot it very well... I am proficient with my other handguns but this one needs work. Good luck with yours Betty.
P.S. 165's are much better.
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I bought the 2075 for a skills course follow up to my ccw class and it's my favorite gun.
One question: do folks know: if I curl the pinky under the mag plate, is this 99%+ safe? The reason I ask is that I've read about Glocks having ka-booms b/c of unsupported cases in the chamber/action area. I think that this is/was a prob more specific to Glock 40 calibers, but was wondering. The gunsmith at my shop/range says the 2075 is fine....
My gun is very reliable (no issues of any kind with about 1000 rnds) and accurate, although don't ask me to shoot with reliable accuracy past 21 feet. Last weekend though, I did nail 2 inch targets at 30 to 45 feet- that was sweet.
Hope everyone's enjoying their 2075s. I got mine b/c I know eastern bloc small arms are generally extremely reliable and well-made, well, okay, durable, at least.
It is chunky like the xd sc, but that is what gives it reliability. The other problem is that I can't reach the slide release lever with my strong hand thumb, but I recently saw a video where the shooter did a tac reload on a 1911 using the weak hand to release the slide after seating the mag, so I can live with that. Also, had the smith switch the mag release button to the right side and releasing the mag takes a little practice with the strong hand b/c the grip is so small, but overall I really like the gun.
Next, I want to sell my xd9 tactical and buy a cz sp-01.
Pinky under the mag plate shouldn't be any problem. I shoot my RAMI that way all the time. Did you get the 9mm or the .40 cal? Mines a .40 and has never had a glitch with it, just as reliable as my wife's 9mm RAMI.
Thanks, Archer. So, I assume, that unlike the Glock .40, the bullet casing (correct term?) is fully supported by the bore?
I got the 9mm b/c of cost of ammo, speed of follow up shots, past reliability questions probably related to european unfamiliarity with 40 caliber and my intention to keep a 12 gauge or sks in the truck to back up the 9 in a more serious situation.
I have a RAMI 40 S&W. I had problems with it with 180/165/155 grain bullets, but I now use Powerball 135 grain and have added a stiffer spring to it and it functions 100% weak and stong hand.
I added XS big dot 24/7 sights to it also
With a UBG holster and two extra mags in a pocket holder it is a very nice all day carry gun.
Your photos much appreciated.
"there was one failure to feed, and one combo failure to feed and extract."
Spanky new & slightly stiff recoil spring would be my best guess.
Is it just my imagination or does the RAMI have a higher bore axis than the CZ75 Compact?