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This is a discussion on CZ 2075 RAMI within the Autoloaders forums, part of the Armory category; I own all of the following in 9mm: Rami (Decocker), G26, Shield, M&P Compact I purposely run multiple brands and types of ammo through each ...

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Old February 5th, 2015, 10:35 AM   #16
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I own all of the following in 9mm: Rami (Decocker), G26, Shield, M&P Compact

I purposely run multiple brands and types of ammo through each one as soon as I get them, and these 4 all worked flawlessly with everything I fed them. The Rami is currently my favorite (and soon to be my EDC) with the exception of one major flaw... the trigger absolutely eats my finger every time I fire it, no matter how or where I position my finger. The little recurve at the end of the trigger bites into my finger on every shot. I have a custom shop CZ 75 Shadow that did the same thing and I was able to get rid of it with a little polishing using a dremel. However, since I love everything else about it, the Rami is on the way to Cajun Gun Works tomorrow to have a full trigger job and swap done to it.

The Rami is closest to the G26 and the M&P Compact in size. It's a hair shorter in the Barrel than the M&Pc and feels smaller than the G26. For some reason though, the dimensions of the Rami Grip just fit my small hands really well. I put Talon Grips on the other 3 to make sure they don't slip while shooting, but even though the surface of the Rami is smoother, I don't feel the need to put Talon's on it.

The Rami is the heaviest and most accurate of the 4. I think it is narrower at the slide than the M&Pc and the Glock, but wider at the widest point of the grip. Holster's are hard to find for the Rami compared to the M&P's and the Glock, but amazingly I've found that the Rami fits well in holsters designed for any of them. That's right, the Rami actually fits quite well in a Tactipac Fusion holster that is made for the Shield.

All 4 are great great guns... I think it will just come down to personal preference and body type as to which will be best for the individual. I plan to use the Shield for walks around the neighborhood in more active clothing, and the Rami for pretty much everything else.
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Old May 17th, 2015, 06:42 PM   #17
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A local range has several CZ models one can rent. It was there I had a chance to fondle a RAMI. I may have to stop by soon and compare the RAMI to the birthday/anniversary gift from my wife.

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Old May 17th, 2015, 09:03 PM   #18
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owned a CZ RAMI when the first came out, as others have pointed out the trigger was farther forward than I could effectively use (actually I found this to be true with all CZ autos, which is unfortunate for me), therefore no more the end I really like striker-fired auto's...BUY THE RAMI...
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