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Postby popcycle » Sun Jul 29, 2007 4:04 pm

vgate



Glad you had good results with CZ...Hope to hear about your results when you have a chance.
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Postby Vgate49 » Tue Jul 31, 2007 10:32 pm

Hi Pop,



Got my 2075 back yesterday from CZ complete with 10 shot & 8 shot new mags and a polish job on the barrel ramp.

Took it this morning to my range, loaded up Hornaday TAP 155's Failed to feed the second round, hung up on the ramp.

Then I tried Speer 165 gold dots, 5 of 8 failed to feed.

Winchester white box produced the same results.

So much for reliability. I quickly traded it for a Sig 229 in 40/357.

Didn't need another carry weapon, so I got a full sized pistol with a light rail.

At least I won't have to worry about FTF's with the Sig.

Thanks for listening to me ramble.
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Postby Vgate49 » Tue Jul 31, 2007 10:32 pm

Hi Pop,



Got my 2075 back yesterday from CZ complete with 10 shot & 8 shot new mags and a polish job on the barrel ramp.

Took it this morning to my range, loaded up Hornaday TAP 155's Failed to feed the second round, hung up on the ramp.

Then I tried Speer 165 gold dots, 5 of 8 failed to feed.

Winchester white box produced the same results.

So much for reliability. I quickly traded it for a Sig 229 in 40/357.

Didn't need another carry weapon, so I got a full sized pistol with a light rail.

At least I won't have to worry about FTF's with the Sig.

Thanks for listening to me ramble.
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Postby popcycle » Thu Aug 02, 2007 1:51 am

Sorry for your problems. The Sig pistols will serve you well. I have two a p 239 40sw and a p226 40sw/357 and they have been very reliable. They are a bit pricey and don't have small pistols yet, but if they ever do, I will probably be one of their first customers. That is why I am hoping that My RAMI will hold up.
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Postby epwrangler » Thu Aug 02, 2007 10:19 am

I am now using miltec-1 on my guns. It is heat activated from heat of firing to lub and protect guns.
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Postby Edmondt » Sat Aug 11, 2007 11:15 pm

Well, I got a return authorizaiton and sent my 2075 back to CZ today for repairs. It was jamming 1 out of 25 rounds with normal target ammo, and 1 out of ten rounds with hollow points.



In my letter with the gun [on my legal stationary] I pointed out to them that this was a recurring problem and that GunDirectory had many examples of this problem.



Let's see what happens.



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Postby Vgate49 » Sun Aug 12, 2007 5:05 pm

Hi Edmond,



I ended up trading mine in, no matter what was done, it wouldn't eat hollowpoints. That's just unacceptable, you may have to do the same.

We have two different carry guns.

My wife cariries a HK P2000SK in 40 and i carry a Kimper Ultra Raptor II in .45, both are 100% reliable with any ammo.

Both are a bit pricy, but, what's ypur life and the life of your family worth?
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Postby Edmondt » Tue Aug 28, 2007 1:35 pm

I sent my 2075 RAMI back to CZ on August 9th, with a letter stating the jamming problem, particularly with Hollow points. I also told them they should check out what was being written in this forum.



Today I got a package from CZ -- with a brand new gun!! I'm very excited to try it out, and see if it performs.



I have to say that is pretty first rate of them.



[I should say that my letter was written on my legal stationary.]



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Postby Edmondt » Tue Aug 28, 2007 5:09 pm

Well, I ran out with my new, factory replaced 2075 RAMI and shot 100 rounds of target rounds and then 40 rounds of Federal HydaShock hollow point rounds.



The second target round jammed, and the rest fired cleanly with no problems. Very solid for a brand new gun.



So far, so good.



I'll keep you informed.



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Postby Vgate49 » Tue Aug 28, 2007 11:57 pm

Good for you Edmond,



Mine came back and still wouldn't eat hollows, traded it for a Sig, best move I ever made.

I like the Rami a lot, felt good in my hand, but an autoloader HAS to work all the time.

Good Luck
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