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Well in anticipation of getting a CZ Rami BD when ever one is available I ordered a Holster about 2 weeks ago. It is due to arrive in a day or two. But the Gun seems to be an urban legend. No one seems to have it in stock. Even shops that specialize in CZ say they get them in batches every few months and even then sometimes a bigger batch than others. How do you Rami owners do it, is it luck or just perseverance. I have never even held one, its just a dream to me. .... with a holster.. lol
 
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I guess you are in the "keep lookin'" category. :smile:
 

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none around here, South Florida, either, there is member here that has a beautiful RAMI, every time he post a pic, I start calling GS, with no luck.
 

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Well in anticipation of getting a CZ Rami BD when ever one is available I ordered a Holster about 2 weeks ago. It is due to arrive in a day or two. But the Gun seems to be an urban legend. No one seems to have it in stock. Even shops that specialize in CZ say they get them in batches every few months and even then sometimes a bigger batch than others. How do you Rami owners do it, is it luck or just perseverance. I have never even held one, its just a dream to me. .... with a holster.. lol
Must be perseverance and some degree of luck. I could kick myself. I was on a distributor's wait list for over six months for a Rami BD and when I was notified it was in, was BUSY AT WORK, failed to respond within 24 hours.........you know the story, someone else is the owner and I'm back on the wait list.
 

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Gunbroker has them every once in a while.

They are the RAMI that i suggest that people buy if it's a first CZ ,or gun in
general.

Very safe due to the decocker, and most are thrilled with them.

However, due to the factory nite sights, far more expensive than the
'regular" RAMI with the safety... or the older RAMI P models.



Don't give up!
 
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Gunbroker has them every once in a while.

They are the RAMI that i suggest that people buy if it's a first CZ ,or gun in
general.

Very safe due to the decocker, and most are thrilled with them.

However, due to the factory nite sights, far more expensive than the
'regular" RAMI with the safety... or the older RAMI P models.



Don't give up!
I am thinking of appendix carry for this. Hope its not too chunky for that, length I am sure is fine. If so I could do 4 O''clock, but I am moving toward appendix for all the time.
 

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You ever thought about the safety model? I actually prefer it to the decocker and don't really care for meprolites that much anyway. Now truglo TFX's would be a different story.

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It's a nice looking gun this RAMI, since you really really want it so bad, please tell me, what so special about this RAMI to you, just in case, maybe I'll in the line queue for it too :embarassed:
 

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You ever thought about the safety model? I actually prefer it to the decocker and don't really care for meprolites that much anyway. Now truglo TFX's would be a different story.

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No I don't think I want a manual safety. I thought about that a lot regarding the M&P9C (great gun) But just decided for me and I am going to stick with no safeties. it's going to be part of my carry rotation and my other guns have no safeties. But I'm trying to move away from striker fire into double single action or double action. As I am beginning to carry more appendix style lately and I think it would make you feel more comfortable. But I'm sure that's mostly mental.


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No I don't think I want a manual safety. I thought about that a lot regarding the M&P9C (great gun) But just decided for me and I am going to stick with no safeties. it's going to be part of my carry rotation and my other guns have no safeties. But I'm trying to move away from striker fire into double single action or double action. As I am beginning to carry more appendix style lately and I think it would make you feel more comfortable. But I'm sure that's mostly mental.


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You know you can carry it in Double action/no safety, just lke the BD, you just have to thumb the hammer to half-cocked. I just put my off-hand thumb between the hammer and firing pin when doing so just as an added precaution when dropping the hammer. Been doing it that way for years with my CZ75.

PS- the safety CAN'T be engaged if it is half-cocked in case you are worried about the safety accidently being switched on.
 

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Is it actually half cocked or just hammer resting down? I have to tell you, I am a little hesitant about de-cocking manually, although I see how it could work. So are you saying don't discount the safey version? Any draw backs? I dont want to have the safety engaged and I dont want to carry cocked and locked. call me crazy but I am not a highly skilled military type.
 

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I take a chance every time I manually decock a CZ or other gun.

Some guys carry 1911s with the hammer down.

For a RAMI the decocker is the way to go if you are unsure about decocking.

The Decock lever on a CZ like the RAMI BD, PCR or P-01, ect lowers the
hammer to the very safe half-cock postion.

This also give you a shorter DA shot.
 

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Is it actually half cocked or just hammer resting down? I have to tell you, I am a little hesitant about de-cocking manually, although I see how it could work. So are you saying don't discount the safey version? Any draw backs? I dont want to have the safety engaged and I dont want to carry cocked and locked. call me crazy but I am not a highly skilled military type.
It is half cocked. Seriously, it's not rocket science. Put your off hand thumb between the hammer and firing pin, use the the other thumb on the hammer and pull the trigger and remove your finger from the trigger before removing thumb between hammer and firing pin. It will just slip into the half-cocked position. Safety CANNOT be engaged from half-cocked position.

This video shows how on a revolver but the procedure applies to the CZ RAMI as well (skip to about 2:00).

 
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