I have had this gun in my possession for about 3 months now, and have been running 50-75 rounds through it every time I go shooting- probably 400 or so rounds total to date. This has been in preparation for when my holster, an AKJ concealco, finally arrives. This gun is still relatively new and rare, and as such few places even make a holster for it, and none that I am aware of stock one. also, I am left handed, which is often a custom or semi-custom deal. After literally 3 months it finally came, and I’ve carried it for the past couple weeks. Overall impressions- While it is quite small, I find the general fact that subcompacts don’t shoot as well, as accurately, and as comfortably as compact or full size handguns doesn’t exactly apply to the RAMI. Sure, it certainly does not handle like a glock 17 or sig 226. But I find I don’t avoid or ‘mind’ shooting my RAMI one bit, the way I disliked shooting the awfully snappy XD9 sub-compact I used to own, or my J frame revolver. (.38 +p out of an airweight ain’t pretty.) In fact I kind of like it. Accuracy is worlds better than any subcompact I’ve ever shot, and is even slightly better than my glock 19, although this is only when the shooting the RAMI is in SA mode. I have read that CZs are inherently quite accurate, and this would appear so. I am quite pleased with how well I shoot it. The stock sights will be fine for now. I’m happy to say that in its short life it has been 100% reliable. No failures of any kind; very glock-like. No break in period, that I was aware of, anyway. Feeds gold dot JHPs just fine. I have taken quite good care of my RAMI, and have cleaned and lubricated it with a level care and frequency that I’ve never shown my glock, however. (my glock has run flawless in its relatively short and unmodified life, as well. This gun (and CZs in general, I have read) seems to have much tighter tolerances than a glock, and so I wanted to keep everything working smoothly. Trigger: DA is about as awful and as heavy as you would expect, but SA is just fine, quite nice even. SA does have some creep in it though. I have been carrying with a round in the chamber with the hammer down, safety off. Since I’m left handed I don’t want to carry it cocked and locked, as it is a bit awkward for me to disengaged the safety in a hurry should the need arise. Holds 10+1 rounds of 9mm, like the glock 26, one of its obvious competitors. Unfortunately I have no pictures of a direct comparison with a glock 26 for size. Price was $514 from buds, with two mags. CZ also makes a plastic version of the RAMI ala glock, the RAMI-P. both are available in .40 as well. The AKJ concealco holster is awesome. Pulls the gun very close to the body, and with the RAMI’s very small and thin size it virtually disappears. I will probably get one for my glock 19 as well. Thanks to thunderbear and his epic holsters thread for referring me to AKJ. http://www.concealco.com/miva/merchant.mvc Cliffs: I believe the CZ RAMI offers a very viable choice for those looking for a reliable, effective self defense weapon in a small package. I believe it competes very favorably against the leaders in this class, including the glock 26, m&p9c, XD9-SC, sig 239, walther PPS/P99, Kahr CW9, and numerous others. Yet another choice, gentlemen. And now the pics what do we have here that little guy? I wouldn't worry about that little guy. CZ's apparently come with snap caps. I proclaim this to be awesome. hope you like the background. ask l4zy what I do for a living another Need to work on camera skillz this one shows the CZ RAMI compared to my glock 19 and all stainless sig 229 note the RAMI's hammer is cocked with the safety switched on. teh AKJ concealco in teh AKJ concealco and finally, on me. IBdirty bathroom while I'm wearing an extremely baggy sweatshirt, such clothes aren't at all nessasary to conceal the RAMI. and there you have it.