A creed is a set of fundamental beliefs.
Firearms manufacturer Walther says its beliefs are superior ergonomics, excellence in trigger design, and unparalleled accuracy, quality and reliability.
That’s why the company named its newest 9mm Creed.
First, how about a little tease to get you drooling for this new firearm?
It’s a beauty, isn’t it?
Let’s get into the details.
Some of the features of the latest Walther pistol on the market include a pre-cocked double-action trigger system and a bobbed hammer. The company says this “ensures a no-snag draw from a concealment.”
The barrel is four inches long, with an overall length of 6.3 inches. It measures 5.6 inches high by 1.3 inches wide.
And capacity? The magazine holds 16.
Creed, says Walther, also has a light, smooth trigger pull, left- or right-handed magazine release, steel three-dot sights, and front and rear-cocking serrations on the slide.
I said it earlier, but it bears repeating. It’s a beautiful pistol.
That’s because all of its metal components are treated with a corrosion- and abrasion-resistant TENIFER® coating, providing a matte black hardened surface.
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