If you want a small pistol, smaller than a Glock 26 that has an SA/DA external hammer, manual safety, with 10 round and 14 round magazine capacity that is extremely accurate then the 2075 Rami may suit your needs. It is just a superb concealed carry pistol for self defense applications.
The Rami 2075 is available with an alloy frame, with polymer frame, with manual safety, and as a decocker. The alloy frame features durability, replaceable grips, and the extra weight softens recoil. The Rami P polymer frame version is more corrosion resistant, lighter in weight, and does not allow for replaceable grips. The BD model uses a decocker lever in place of the safety which allows the cocked hammer to be safely lowered to the half cock position. From half cock the first shot is double action. The slide cocks the hammer after each subsequent shot to provide single action trigger operation after the first shot.
The CZ 2075 Rami 9mm is a subcompact version of the CZ-75 and looks just like it but is shorter in length and shorter in height. The Rami with 10 round magazine is actually smaller all around than the Glock 26, however it is heavier. Mine is the alloy frame model which weighs 26 oz. It is also available with polymer frame.
The slide rails are full length and fit inside the frame. The manual safety on the left side is easily flipped up for safety on, and down for safety off by thumb control. The trigger is SA/DA with a half cock position. The trigger feel is a little rough and gritty but I suspect that it will eventually smooth out. Magazine release is a button on the left side.
Nagazine capacity is either 10 rounds or 14 rounds. It can also use the larger capacity magazines but I feel the 14 round mags are sufficient. I plan to add the XD mag extension mod to the 10 round magazines which will provide a pinky rest and increase magazine capacity to 12 rounds.
My Rami has three dot sights with the rear being adjustable. The dots are quite small and appear to be painted with glow in the dark paint that has a green tint. I’ll probably put a dot of white paint on the front dot to enhance visibility. I’m 66 years old now and have trouble seeing that off white dot color. I put a dot of Testors white model paint on the front dot and it works quite well for me.
Accuracy is excellent. I shot about 50 rounds through it and the Rami performed flawlessly. It easily provides a 4 inch and 6 inch groups at 15 yards. This is a very accurate easy to shoot pistol. The Rami is much like the fullize 75B model in how it feels, how it shoots, and the accuracy is excellent. Read my full size CZ-75B Review here.
Take down is about the same as the full size model except there is no index mark to line up on the frame and slide. Instead the hammer is half cocked, then the frame is moved rearward until it touches the half cocked hammer. Then the slide stop pin is pushed out from the left side
and removed. With the slide stop pin removed, the slide can be removed by sliding forward off the frame.
With the slide off the inside of the pistol is immaculate and just as nice looking and finished as the outside. I am quite impressed
In the box is the pistol, two magazines that are either 10 round or 14 round. I ordered 10 round mags and received 14 rounder’s. Not a problem, I already ordered three 10 round magazines and a couple Pearce XD magazine extensions. As I mentioned previously, I will modify the 10 round magazines by installing the XD grip extension.
It shoots any brand or quality of 9mm Luger ammunition. I routinely shoot the cheapest bulk ammo I can buy such Wolf, Tula, Herter, Winchester white box, and Sellier& Bellot.
CZ 2075 Specs
- Magazine Capacity 10/14
- Weight 1.6 lbs
- Length 6.5 in
- Barrel 3 in
- Height 4.7 in
- Width 1.3 in
- Light alloy Frame
- Replaceable Rubber Grip
- Cold Hammer Forged Barrel
- SA/DA Trigger
- Fixed 3 dot Sights
- Manual Safety, Half cock on Hammer, Firing Pin Safety
My pistol was purchased from Buds Gun Shop online. The price was $521.00 delivered to my FFL. Online prices range from about $500 to $600. Suggested MSRP is $585.00 and that does not include shipping. The polymer frame version costs $442.00 at Buds Gun Shop.
Target shot at 15 yards. Notice the 6 rounds in the red circle. That is a 2 inch group. All the 50 rounds I shot with the Rami are in 6 inch groups or less. The ammo was Herter and Tula 115 grain FMJ. Cheap ammo but the CZ doesn’t seem to mind.
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