CZ 2075 Rami

CZ 2075 RAMI B – 9mm

$614.00

The RAMI is a alloy-framed sub-compact based on the 75, ideal for concealed carry.

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Product Description

The CZ 2075 RAMI is a sub-compact semi-automatic based on the proven CZ 75 line of pistols. Just like the 75, the RAMI is double action/single action, allowing it to be carried in different conditions depending on the shooter’s preferences. Several safety devices are used including a firing pin block and a manual safety. Incorporating the CZ double-stack magazine design, the little RAMI ships with a 10 round flush-mount magazine and 14 round extended magazine in the 9mm Luger version, or 7 and 9 round magazines in .40 S&W. A low capacity-compliant version of the 9mm is available with two 10 round magazines. With a 3” barrel and an unloaded weight of less than 26 ounces, the black polycoat, alloy-framed RAMI is ideal for concealed carry.

Reviews

  1. :

    Great gun, over 500 rounds and not a single malfunction. This is my concealed carry gun and I love it!

  2. :

    Me and another shooter did a comparison between the Rami and the Smith & Wesson Shield. The Rami won in nearly all categories. We don’t have a lot of space here so I’ll be brief. First what’s included: Rami, Plastic case, cleaning brush, cleaning rod, and most important, a test target at 15 yards. The shield comes in a cardboard box with none of these things. Rapid fire at 30 feet. Rami excellent, Shield is marginal. Rapid fire at 50 feet, Rami excellent, Shield is poor. Accuracy at 30 feet Rami is excellent, Shield is acceptable. At 50 feet, Rami is still excellent, Shield is poor. Carrying capacity also goes to Rami 14 vs 9 for the Shield. Reliability is same for both, no failures to feed or eject. The Rami is slightly heavier but carry ability is the same. The Rami has a FAR better trigger and is faster into action. Bottom line, the Rami is the best sub-compact 9mm pistol that either of us had ever shot. We’ve tested the Kimber Solo, Ruger LC9, Kahr, and the Beretta. You have a great commando-style hammer on the Rami that is easy to grab for an aimed single-action shot. This fact alone puts it WAY ahead of all striker-fired pistols with their mushy triggers. I give the Rami five gold stars. It’s the best.

  3. :

    I’ve shot many different sub-compact 9mm pistols. In particular the Shield, LC9, and Kimber Solo. The RAMI is the most accurate, has the least recoil, and is better made than all the others. It has never jammed with ANY kind of ammo from 115 to 147, standard or +P. You can not do any better for a concealed carry piece. With 14 round capacity, and total reliability, CZ has a real winner here.

  4. :

    I purchased a 2075 a few weeks ago and finally got to the range to break it in. No malfunctions! Don’t be dissuaded by the chunky look of this pistol. It fits the hand well and the shape of it really helps absorb recoil and improves aim. This is the first small pistol that I really felt comfortable shooting and would rely on if I should ever need to defend myself with it. The Sig P238 and P938 (Of which I also have, but will probably get sold…) may be smaller, but they have less capacity and are not nearly as easy to shoot- or are as reliable. Once again CZ delivers with this small pistol.

  5. :

    Saw a RAMI 9mm at a pawn shop about a year ago and fell in love with its aggressive look, after fighting with myself about it I left the store. I went back the next day to get it after sleeping on the decision and it was gone. Looking around for two months one of my local gun shops had one so I snatched it up, soooo glad I did. Now after 1000 rounds its is even better then when I purchased it. My girlfriend ditched her S.W. bodyguard 380 and cant put down the RAMI. A 40 cal version RAMI is in my immediate future, hope it is just as good. CZ has a customer for life.

  6. :

    I just bought the Rami and it is a great little gun. I have a lot of compact and sub-compact semi autos and the Rami is one of my favorite ones. It has the same high quality that came with my two other CZ handguns. It has the least felt recoil of all my small handguns. The only thing that I would change is the sight dots. I would make them larger.

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