Well, I have not seen anyone post this gun in any post (if you have, I apologize), and I have found good and bad. Can anyone who owns, has shot, or is thinking about getting one shed some light on it?
I agree they are underrated. But the secrets been out for 30 years for those who know handguns. I own 7 CZ's. The 75 is one of the true semi-auto handgun classics. The CZ75 came out in 1975 and was one of the first "wonder nines". Of course Česká Zbrojovka (CZ or Czech Armory) has been manufacturing handguns for close to 75 years.The CZ line is very heavily underrated, and a lot of gun for the money. The secret is getting out though, and prices are sure to go up. SHHH
Kinda big? :blink:I have the CZ Rami in 9mm.
I liked my CZ 75 SP-01 so much I thought the Rami would be the perfect carry gun. (Mine is the BD or de-cocker version).
It has never failed to fire. It has never jammed. It is a fine machine.
My complaint is that it is so wide. It uses the double stack magazines just like the other CZ's. As a matter of fact, my 20 round mags from the CZ-75 fit and work at the range while sticking out of the grip a bunch.
For whatever reason the de-cocker came with 10 round mags while the safety version came with 13 rounders.
I added some grips in "Bakote" wood from Hakken Peck in Norway. Beauties.
So, reliable? Can't beat it. Concealed carry? Kinda big.
My idea of a carry gun is a Kahr PM-9 or a Sig P-238.Kinda big? :blink:
To each his own, I guess. :yup: Yeah, it's a double stack, but it's capacity is part of it's appeal. The grip and slide length are what make a compact for me.