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I have put 350 rounds thru a used Rami 9. I am an average marksman with no competition experience. I have been shoting pistols for 40 years and have owned and fired everything from an Astra 600 to a Super Blackhawk. The little Rami is very well made, tight, light and has an average trigger with considerable creep. From a rest at 25 yds I shot a five inch group with one flier. The recoil is manageable and comfortable, but the mag release button didn't fit my right thumb as easily as a larger pistol or my MP compact. The action was flawless and takedown and cleaning was a snap. The thing comes with three mags and dry firing bullets with rubber primers. It fits in any holster for that size pistol and, if U.S. made, would probably cost 700 dollars. It is the lightest nonpolymer pistol I've shot and the sa/da exposed hammer arrangement is somewhat like a PPK, very safe and has the option of a sa first shot. For combat the 40 gets the nod, but for conc carry the Rami is nearly perfect. I am very happy with this weapon. The edges could be slightly smoother, but it comes out fast and I have no reason to doubt its reliability (I've fired JHP and FMJ with equal feeding).