|CZ 2075 RAMI|
|Place of origin||Czech Republic|
|Used by||Police of the Czech Republic|
|Designer||Radek Hauerland and Milan Trkulja|
|Variants||2075 RAMI, 2075 RAMI P (polyframe)|
|Weight||0.723/0.666 kg (1.59/1.47 lb)|
|Length||167 mm (6.5 in)|
|Barrel length||76 mm (3 in)|
|Width||32 mm (1.3 in)|
|Height||120 mm (4.7 in) (with standard 10 round magazine)|
|Cartridge|| 9x19mm Parabellum|
|Action||short recoil, floating barrel|
|Effective range||50 m (55 yd)|
|Feed system||14-round detachable box magazine|
|Sights||Front blade, rear square adjustable notch|
The CZ 2075 RAMI is a semi-automatic pistol made by Česká zbrojovka Uherský Brod (CZUB) in the Czech Republic. It features a staggered-column magazine, all-steel construction or optional Polyframe, and a hammer-forged floating barrel. The gun's name, RAMI, is derived from combining the first two letters of the designers' given names, Radek Hauerland and Milan Trkulja.
The RAMI is available in both 9 mm and .40 S&W calibers. Depending on caliber, the ammunition capacity of the magazine will vary from 10+1 or 14+1 (10 in the magazine and one round in the chamber) with the 9 mm version. 7+1 or 9+1 available in the .40 S&W version.
The RAMI can be fired either double or single action. The 2075 RAMI also features full length slide grooves which minimize play in the action and increases overall accuracy. The 2075 is designed with a slide lock that holds the chamber open after the last round in the magazine has been fired.
The RAMI is quickly disassembled for cleaning and maintenance. To do this the slide stop is pushed out and the slide is pulled forward off the pistol frame. This allows the action to be further dismantled separating the barrel, recoil spring, and trigger components. Further tear down (e.g. firing pin cleaning) should only be performed by a competent gunsmith.
The CZ 2075 RAMI is produced in two variants; an alloy frame model (meaning the "body" of the pistol below the slide is constructed of metal) or polymer. The alloy model has the advantage of increased ruggedness, customizable grips, and increased weight which helps absorb recoil. The polyframe design offers corrosion resistant polymer and lighter weight (both attributes sought by individuals who carry concealed). Both variants are available in either 9mm or .40 S&W caliber. The 9mm version can utilize an extended magazine, increasing ammunition capacity to 14+1. The CZ 2075 RAMI will also accept the 18 round SPO-1 mag and the 32 round ProMag, both from the CZ 75. The CZ2075 RAMI Polymer Version was discontinued as of 2011.
The CZ 2075 features an inertia pin safety that prevents the firing pin from protruding through the pin hole and making contact with the back of a chambered cartridge in the event the pistol is dropped.
The CZ 2075 BD model replaces the manual safety with a decocker, allowing the user to safely lower the hammer and prevent accidental firing. The decocker mechanism integrates a catch between the uncocked and fully cocked position that is designed to keep the hammer from striking the firing pin during the event the thumb should slip off the hammer prematurely during cocking. Pulling the trigger disables this safety, allowing the pistol to discharge.
The CZ 2075 RAMI comes with factory installed combat sights (sometimes referred to as "three-dot sights"). Night sights are available for the RAMI that feature tritium inserts for better visibility in low light conditions.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Scott E. Mayer. "CZ RAMI 2075 .40 S&W". Shooting Times Magazine. http://www.shootingtimes.com/handgun_reviews/czrami_031006/. Retrieved 2008-02-11.
- ↑ "CZ RAMI". CZ USA. http://www.cz-usa.com/product_detail.php?id=48. Retrieved 2008-02-11.
- ↑ CZ 2075 RAMI owner's manual
- ↑ "Facts about Recoil, and guns for those who are sensitive to recoil". learn About guns. http://www.learnaboutguns.com/2008/04/28/facts-about-recoil-and-guns-for-people-who-are-sensitive-to-recoil. Retrieved 2008-02-11.
- ↑ "CZ 2075 RAMI". CZUB.COM. http://www.czub.cz/index.php?p=32&idp=1&ids=1&idz=2&lang=en. Retrieved 2008-02-11.
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