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Offline TNman

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Salute to Cajun Gunworks
« on: July 09, 2018, 06:49:02 PM »
I recently shattered my knee and was/am confined to living in a chair for about 3 months. I thought I would take on the project of upgrading my RAMI while confined to the home.

Bought all the parts I needed to complete a pro upgrade from CGW. Completely disassembled the pistol and began installing the new parts. Until, that is, when I tried to reassemble the Decocker sear cage. Thought I was going to cry.

Called Cajun several times and in the end I took everything back apart, organized the parts in small plastic bags, and asked the folks at Cajun if they would reassemble my RAMI.

I think they felt sorry for me and agreed to the work on an expedited basis. Two weeks later I had a like-new RAMI in my hands. I cannot thank David and his team of experts enough for their support.

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Offline C. Andrew Dunning

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Re: Salute to Cajun Gunworks
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2018, 09:32:21 PM »
THAT, folks, is customer service...

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Re: Salute to Cajun Gunworks
« Reply #2 on: September 01, 2018, 01:57:31 PM »
I recently shattered my knee and was/am confined to living in a chair for about 3 months. I thought I would take on the project of upgrading my RAMI while confined to the home.

Bought all the parts I needed to complete a pro upgrade from CGW. Completely disassembled the pistol and began installing the new parts. Until, that is, when I tried to reassemble the Decocker sear cage. Thought I was going to cry.

Called Cajun several times and in the end I took everything back apart, organized the parts in small plastic bags, and asked the folks at Cajun if they would reassemble my RAMI.

I think they felt sorry for me and agreed to the work on an expedited basis. Two weeks later I had a like-new RAMI in my hands. I cannot thank David and his team of experts enough for their support.

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Amazing, I had knee surgery a week ago, and during that week I ran up quite a bill buying stuff online- including the Pro Package for my RAMI BD.  It was a perfect little project to take on stuck in a recliner with ice on the knee- and I have to say, having built a bunch of ARs, glass bedding my own stocks, etc., getting that sear cage back together was painful enough to make me forget the knee.  I think that I could do it easier now, but I'll never do it again :)

Offline TNman

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Re: Salute to Cajun Gunworks
« Reply #3 on: September 01, 2018, 04:57:01 PM »
I'm right there with you on that.

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CZ P-10 C

Ruger LCR
Sig P320C 45
Sig P226 Legion
Sig P320 X-Carry

Offline DWARREN

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Re: Salute to Cajun Gunworks
« Reply #4 on: September 01, 2018, 05:38:28 PM »
Good to know they have very good service!
SHUT UP AND RELOAD!

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Re: Salute to Cajun Gunworks
« Reply #5 on: September 01, 2018, 07:23:33 PM »
+1
I had been wanting to mount a milled-in RMR on my RAMI for some time.
I knew it would take some specialized knowledge due to the steeper sight angle of the short-barreled RAMI, and the wide hole pattern of the RMR. Several companies couldn't handle the project.

Then I saw a video of CGW milling a RAMI for a Dueck plate with built-in back-up irons. That was it!!
Sent my RAMI slide off to CGW and within a couple of weeks had it back in my hands. Beautiful milling job following the contour of the plate perfectly, with the correct downward angle to lower 1/3 co-witness correctly. 
I couldn't be happier with the skill and service of CGW!  -Vinny
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Re: Salute to Cajun Gunworks
« Reply #6 on: September 10, 2018, 08:18:16 PM »
+1

The issues I had w/ my RAMI were: trigger bite, a long very hard, gritty DA pull, and I was very accustomed to the short reset I have on two Sigs.

After studying a number of postings on this site (special thanks to PapaWheelie), I sent it to CGW for Old Style trigger, Short Reset System, and polish internal bearing surfaces.

The "old style" trigger is great; the "bite" is gone and now I get a much better grip on the gun.  The combination of the SRS and the polishing, reduced the DA pull from 12+lbs down to a smooth 7lbs - 10oz, with a much shorter reset.  Nice!  The combination of the trigger and the SRS makes a big difference in follow-up shots.

A completely different feel.  This gun is a real pleasure to shoot.

CGW did an outstanding job.  Would highly recommend to anyone.

 

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