The sub-compact CZ 2075 RAMI pistol has been on the market for exactly ten years, which is quite an achievement in the turbulent world of modern firearms. This is a good opportunity to recapitulate the whole story of the smallest member of the classic Seventy-Five family from Ceská zbrojovka Uherský Brod in detail.
CZ-USA has a reputation for making reliable, accurate guns. Some guys swear by the venerable CZ 75 pistol. The RAMI first started showing up in the US in about 2004. Having been on the market for roughly a decade now, it’s worth taking a look at it to see how it stacks up in today’s very competitive sub-compact gun market.
I train and compete with CZ pistols of all types, from my Tactical Sports in .40S&W and Shadow 9mm for USPSA, to my P09, P07 and CZ75 PCR in pistol classes that I teach for my company CTT-Solutions LLC. I have had extraordinary performance out of all of my CZ guns, but realized I had not tried nor put the 2075 RAMI through its paces, and decided to change that.