Walther has been building firearms for the battlefield and the homestead for more than 100 years, evolving from steel-on-steel to polymers. Now, with the Creed, Walther is offering a quality and value-driven product in one package. This pre-cocked, double-action, recoil-operated and hammer-fired pistol is built around modern gun-building principles and with the latest materials. The Creed utilizes an ergonomic frame and grip along with melded controls, good sights and a rail for accessories. Also, the Creed’s slide and barrel have been treated with Tenifer, a robust coating that provides for corrosion and abrasion resistance, as well as a harder and tougher matte black surface than traditional gun bluing. In the latest NRA Gun of the Week video, American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach just had to take a closer look at the impressive number of features packed into a pistol that sells for under $400.
Manufacturer: Walther, Ulm Germany
Importer: Walter Arms, Inc.
Action Type: recoil-operated, semi-automatic pistol
Chambering: 9 mm Luger
Frame: black polymer
Slide: steel; Tenifer finish
Barrel: 4”; six-groove, 1:10” RH twist; Tenifer finish
Sights: white three-dot; screw-adjustable rear, post front
Trigger Pull: 5 lbs., 8 ozs.
Magazine: 16-round detachable box
Weight: 27 ozs.
Walther Arms Announces Creed 9 mm Pistol