Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photos and user ratings of Walther’s Creed pistol.
Walther‘s Creed is a semiauto hammer-fired handgun built on a reinforced polymer frame with a steel slide, and chambered in 9mm. The Creed appears to be closely derived from Walther’s PPX pistol (here’s the link to our in-depth review of the PPX).
Other features include:
- A pre-cocked double-action trigger with a 6.5 lb. pull;
- a bobbed hammer;
- a matte-black Tenifer coating on all metal surfaces;
- a picatinny accessory rail;
- front and rear angled grip serrations on the slide;
- a reversible magazine release;
- a pinned, low-profile, steel front sight with a white dot;
- a dovetailed, notch, low-profile, steel rear sight with two white dots and a windage adjustment screw;
- an ergonomic grip with mild finger grooves and cross-directional stippling;
- a visual loaded chamber indicator notch on top of the slide; and
- two drop safeties and a firing pin block safety.
On camera: Check out Hickok45’s video review of the Walther Creed.
|9mm||16+1, 10+1||4″||7.3″||5.6″||1.3″||27 oz. w/empty mag|
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