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CZ 2075 Rami .40 S&W

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The clean lines and comfortable grip of the CZ Rami endeared it to our shooters. Size and weight were about the same as the XD, but looks and controllability were somewhat better, we thought, for the Rami. The outside hammer was DA and SA, and the SA pull needed work. We would not carry this gun cocked & locked.

CZ 2075 Rami .40 S&W

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One round failed to climb the ramp early in the shooting session. We gave the slide a tug, the round went home, and the problem never showed up again. We did have furious problems getting the eighth round into the magazine. A magazine loader came with the gun, making that task at least possible if not easy. We could not get the eighth round in without the helper. Inserting the seventh round by hand was not too bad, and all the others went in easily. We tried the gun with a full mag plus one in the chamber, and the Rami worked every time. We liked the excellent sight picture, but didn’t care for the pasty-green paint in the sight’s three dots. White would have been better, we thought. The Rami put five of the Cor-Bon loads into a 0.7-inch group, the best of the test series. With Winchester, four shots went into an inch. The Rami hit just above point of aim at 15 yards. We liked that. We found there were no problems whatsoever with the Rami, after that first bobble.
CZs Rami was well rounded at the front to go into a holster easily. We found it tough to load the eighth round by hand into the mag, but the gun was completely reliable. We liked the smooth top of the slide and the sloped rear sight. Both the Rami and XD had tritium inserts available for about $72 extra. The front slide serrations permitted press checking, but not easily.
Takedown began like on a 1911, but was easier. The cross pin was securely retained by an internal spring. The innards of the Rami were carefully and extensively machined, and there was evidence of some hand work.

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