Walther Introduces the Creed Pistol

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posted on October 26, 2016
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The newest addition to the Walther handgun lineup is the company's Creed 9 mm, which features a pre-cocked double-action trigger, a reinforced polymer frame and an affordable price tag.

The Walther Creed is a full-size handgun that comes in two models, a 16-round option and a 10-round option. Both pistols feature an overall length of 7.3 inches, a height of 5.6 inches and a width of 1.3 inches. Barrel length on both models is 4 inches, and each gun features a trigger pull weight of 6.5 pounds. The guns are finished in a Tenifer black.

Other features on the Walther Creed include 3-dot polymer sights. The rear sight screw is adjustable for windage, and the sights are designed to be low-profile to avoid snagging on clothing. The gun also features a Picatinny accessory rail for mounting a flashlight or laser. The Creed also features three safeties, two of which are drop safeties. the other is a firing-pin block for safe carry.

The gun features an ambidextrous slide stop and magazine release, along with distinctive Walther slide serrations and ergonomic grip. The suggested retail price on the Walther Creed is $399.

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