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Discussion in 'CZ Club' started by B.Reid, May 29, 2010.
Anyone have one of these? How do you like it and does it take CZ 75 mags?
Yes, although the CZ75B mags stick out a good distance and may be -- in some hands -- uncomfortable to hold due to the edges of the mag floorplate. I have tried them in a very limited way, but with no problems.
On a related front: I wish that MecGar made a 25-round CZ75B mag at a good price, much as they offer a 20-round HiPower mag.
My 9mm 14-round RAMI mags are identical to the CZ 75 Compact mags, save that the latter do not have the plastic sleeve that extends below the RAMI grip.
The MecGar 75B and 75 Compact mags bought from some internet suppliers are much cheaper than the factory RAMI mags ordered from CZ direct.
14 round compact mags, 15- round 75B mags and even the 25 round CZ mags work in my gun.
More RAMI pics and Review, ect.
I had one for a short time, ended up being a great trade item for a fabulous rare firearm. That being said, the Rami is a very, very nice, firearm.
My Rami 9mm has been 100% reliable through many, many rounds, and it's quite accurate as well, with a nice SA trigger. I've carried it daily for a couple of years and it still looks like a new gun.
I use ten-round mags with an after-market pinky extension that gives me four fingers on the grip frame. The extension makes the gun a lot easier to shoot fast and well. There's no extension made for the Rami, but a Pearce XD9 extension works perfectly after you carve a little material off it for fitting.
I've heard mostly good things about the Rami.