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I have been seriously looking at a CZ 9mm RAMI for my "pocket" gun - something that has some major punch but small enough to disappear into my pocket. Actually, it rides better in my front pocket that my Bersa .380.

I haven't seen anything negative about this little guy on the 'net - has anyone had any (good or bad) experience with them ??
 

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It's a good gun especially if your used to a DA/SA pistol with a thumb safety. It does not have a de-cocker however which sucks. Because it's full metal it might weigh a little too much for the pocket. In short it's reliable but watch out for the weight and make sure you practice with the safety and trigger feel so you can use it without thinking if your ever in a stressful situation.
 

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CZ Rami 9mm

I picked up the Rami yesterday, field stripped, cleaned and oiled it, then I started going over the controls and what I might encounter in using them.

1. It is going to be very tricky de-cocking that bad boy!! I will probably put a (left hand) finger in front of the hammer, my (right hand) thumb on the hammer, and then let my trigger finger SLOWLY work the trigger. I am going miss my de-cocker.

2. Field stripping turned out to be easier than what the guy at the gun shop showed me - he used a plastic mallet to drive the slide stop pin out when all you need to do is use the magazine extension to press it in to get a grip on it.
 

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1. It is going to be very tricky de-cocking that bad boy!! I will probably put a (left hand) finger in front of the hammer, my (right hand) thumb on the hammer, and then let my trigger finger SLOWLY work the trigger. I am going miss my de-cocker.
I have never shot one of these...but the hammer looks to be reminiscent of a 1911 Commander hammer. I use the pinch method...I place my hand over the slide and pinch the cocked hammer between my thumb and forefinger (while maintaining that the muzzle is pointing a safe direction)...I "pinch" very tightly and depress the trigger, immediately releasing the trigger as soon as the hammer releases and moves slightly. I then lower the hammer to the next notch with my finger clear of the trigger...and then repeat to lower the hammer to it's final resting point.

I don't know for sure if this will work for you...but maybe this will help.
 
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