Well, I shot my 13 year old RAMI today at the local (Diamondback Shooters) indoor range like
I try to do every week if possible.
Due to having carpal tunnel syndrome (for a couple years) in both hands/wrist, I had to fight the Double Action trigger pull for the first shot.
A PRC, or P01, not to mention a RAMI BD.. or other CZ decocker equipped gun would make it
a tiny bit easier due to the fact that the hammer rests on a ledge in the half-cocked postition.
Thus, when you pull the trigger, the hammer only has minimal travel.. as opposed to the RAMI
or other tradtional DA/SA gun from CZ.
Most of the SIGs that I've owned of shot have always shown to be guns that don't have their
hammers fully down.
However..even with the Half-Cock postion of the CZ Decocker pistols, that hammer still
has to come back and make the arc to full completion before the firing pin safey will
drop down and the hammer can fall foward to ingnite the cartridge.
I'm sure I speak for both myself and the CZF staff, as well as other CZ/DW fans and owners out there
that wish to thank CZUB and CZ-USA for their hard work in 2016.
Also those at Double Tap Ammo,
and Black Arch Holsters,
among other companies that strive to bring us both firearms and accessories for our shooting needs.
For some 2016 was a year of joy
and fun filled days. Others like
myself suffered both family loss
and personal injury..so I hope that
this next one will be much, much,
The new CZ-USA/Dan Wesson
Buyer's Guides/Catalogs for
2017 are out now, or at least on
my doorstep the other day.
CZUB's new bird of prey, the
P10 Compact is on one of the covers.
This is the second striker-fired pistol entry from CZUB/CZ-USA into the market that once
took a quick glimpse of the then CZ-100 with it's DAO trigger, and passed it on by.
Speaking as a past owner of the 100, I'd have to say that in a world or striker-fired DAOs
these days, the CZ-…