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Old 02-01-2013, 03:56 PM   #1
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Anybody out there have one of these? Your thoughts & comments, good or bad, are welcomed. Looking at a sub-compact or pocket pistol for hot weather carry. Thanks.



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Old 02-01-2013, 09:08 PM   #2
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I had the poly version. A bit heavy and bulky in my opinion. Sold it because of the DA/SA. I wanted a DA only because all my others are DA.
All in all a good gun, I don't think you can go wrong if that is your preference.



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I had a steel version in 9mm and I liked it a lot. Recoil was minimal and it was a nice size, if a touch wide.

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Good luck finding one (did you? ) I've had my name on a couple lists for a while. Heard and seen nothing but great things about the alloy version. Stay away from poly as I've read. Drawbacks to the rami - trying to find mags and a heavier than other sub-compacts, but it is alloy.

Looking forward to the Sig P227 SAS Carry when it comes out in a couple months too.

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If it had an ambi safety I would own one. Every single CZ I have owned has been amazing. I do wish that they would make a single stack subcompact something around the size of a SIG P938

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If it had an ambi safety I would own one. Every single CZ I have owned has been amazing. I do wish that they would make a single stack subcompact something around the size of a SIG P938
Have you tried the BD (decocker) instead of the safety? I'm a lefty and its second nature now for me on my Sig and on the CZ when I've rented them.
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I thought about getting the decocker but I carry my other pistols cock and locked. I would like them all to be the same in that aspect. Thats one of the reasons I got rid of my Ruger LC9.

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I loved my P-01. The Rami is my idea of the near perfect carry gun. What's a Rami anyway?...sounds nine-eleven-ish.

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I loved my P-01. The Rami is my idea of the near perfect carry gun. What's a Rami anyway?...sounds nine-eleven-ish.
Its the subcompact of CZs. The Rami is a collaboration of the designers' first 2 initials of their first name (Ra-mi) it looks like a great pocket pistol.
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Its the subcompact of CZs. The Rami is a collaboration of the designers' first 2 initials of their first name (Ra-mi) it looks like a great pocket pistol.
I know the gun...the name had me perplexed. Thanks, never knew about the designers names.


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