I had been wanting one for a while, and decided to finally get one after the election. I have a CZ 75 Compact, and wanted something more compact for daily carry.
The RAMI is a very small 9mm gun that is also available in .40.
With the short grip, my pinkie is tempted to fall right off the end. I have a 14-rounder with grip extension on the way, which should solve that problem.
Compared to my CZ 75 Compact, the inside-out design is very similar. The ejection port is much larger on the RAMI, and the safety is much more low-profile.
At first glance, I thought the RAMI had tritium sights, but that is not the case. They're just bright green paint that glows in the dark. The RAMI came with hard plastic case, two 10-round magazines, two cleaning rods, and two snap caps.
I had around 500 rounds of ammunition on hand:
Fiocchi FMJ 115 gr.
Winchester BEB 115gr.
Winchester JHP 147 gr.
Winchester FMJ 115 gr.
This first round of testing was for feeding and general performance. As we know, any prospective carry gun needs to run a gamut of testing before it can be considered reliable. After 500 rounds of two-handed, one-handed strong, and one-handed weak side shooting, there was one failure to feed, and one combo failure to feed and extract.
Both occurred while shooting with my right hand only with the Winchester JHP 147 gr. ammunition. This may be attributed to poor grip on the weapon with my pinkie hanging off the end, but I'll know for sure when I send at least 500 more rounds through it. This second round of testing will concentrate more on accuracy and feeding the ammunition I would like to carry it with (likely the Speer Gold Dot in 124 gr.).
Overall, I am quite pleased with my new purchase, and will send the little gun through more testing before I consider it ready for carry.