2075 RAMI BD

cz 2075 RAMI BD

The CZ 2075 RAMI BD is a semi-automatic small-frame pistol chambered in 9mm and .40 S&W.

The 2075 RAMI BD is produced by CZ-USA, a Kansas City based subsidiary of the Czech arms manufacturer Česká Zbrojovka Uherský Brod.

What makes the RAMI BD different from the standard RAMI is that the BD has a de-cocking lever instead of a safety, so shooters can quickly switch the trigger from single to double-action, and it comes with tritium night sights.

The Model 2075 RAMI BD has a steel slide and an alloy steel frame. The 2075 RAMI BD includes rubber grips and a cold hammer forged barrel, meaning a mandrel is carefully passed through the bore to carve the rifled grooves; this process increases durability and precision.

The RAMI is named after its designers: Radek Hauerland and Milan Trkulja. It took the first two letters for their first names, “RA” and “MI”.

CZ recommends Model 2075 RAMI BD for conceal carry or as a back-up gun.

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