I've got one, and my feelings are mixed. the build quality is typical CZ excellence, and it feels good in the hand for a small pistol. It's quite thick for a carry pistol, but I'm sure that it could be done. My issue is that I've had it to the range 2 or 3 times and it has functioned less than reliably. First time out I was getting ftf's on every magazine, every couple of rounds in fact. Did some research online and others were having similar issues. theories included recoil springs, magazine springs, or magazine feed lips. I broke down the pistol, cleaned and scrubbed everything that moved, lubed anywhere there were 2 or more pieces of metal touching and rubbing against each other. I also got different types and weights of ammoes in hopes that it might be ammoe finicky. So next range trip it functioned much better, there was only 1 ftf out of 100-150 rounds. And it occurred using the same type of ammoe I was using on my first range trip. So it may be a new pistol needing to be cleaned and lubed and broken in, or it may not like Remington UMC. Either way I was let down, since my CZ75 & 97 are as reliable as a hammer. When the Rami works it's a pleasure to shoot. I hope that it becomes a reliable workhorse someday, because right now in a life and death situation I would not trust it.