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Old 04-14-2011, 02:21 AM   #1
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I'm buying this handgun as a concealment weapon and was curious which would for such. The CZ 2075 RAMI or the CZ 2075 RAMI BD. I'm not really sure what it means by decocking lever on the BD model. I just want to make sure that I wont have accidental fire.


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Old 04-14-2011, 02:45 AM   #2
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A decocking lever will bring the hammer down safely without having to ride the trigger.

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so which would be safer for concealed carry, the one with the safety or decocking lever.

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Either or - it's a matter of training. The decocker is very user friendly, as the safety version makes you lower the hammer manually. No big deal if you've done it for any length of time - I did with an EEA Witness, so doesn't bother me ion the slightest, BUT, I prefer a decocker, personal preference, nothing more.

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Either or - it's a matter of training. The decocker is very user friendly, as the safety version makes you lower the hammer manually. No big deal if you've done it for any length of time - I did with an EEA Witness, so doesn't bother me ion the slightest, BUT, I prefer a decocker, personal preference, nothing more.
What he said. Either is perfectly safe with proper training.


But also like armoredman, I too prefer a decocking lever than a safety on a pistol with a DA first shot. The heavy trigger is all the safety you need. The saftey on my 1911s is important because of the 3.5 pound trigger, by contrast my Beretta has a pull of like 12 pounds or more (its heavier than my wheel gun ). I use my Beretta's safety/decocker lever as a decocker only by engaging the safety (therefore dropping the hammer) then flicking it off before holstering.
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ok thanks guys just wanted to make sure before purchasing.

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