SHOT Show 2017 - Announced back in late 2016, the Walther Creed is the latest concealed carry model from the famous German brand
First announced in late 2016, the Walther Creed semi-automatic pistol has been showcased to the public at the 2017 SHOT Show, marking the start of its distribution.
The Walther Creed semi-automatic pistol is a polymer-frame, pre-cocked double-action trigger design using a bobbed hammer. It is streamlined in design and conceived for both concealed and open service or defensive carry, as well as for home and property defense and range practice.
Holding sixteen rounds of 9mm Luger ammunition in a detachable double-stack metal magazine, the Walther Creed is snag-proof and provides the shooter with a light and smooth trigger pull, consistent from the first shot to the last. All metal components are treated with a corrosion and abrasion resistant Tenifer coating, providing a matte black hardened surface.
Weighing well under 8000 grams (27 oz.), the Walther Creed is 7.3" long, 5.6" high and 1.3" wide. The 4-inch long, cold-hammer forged barrel and the precision-machined stainless steel slide both sport an outer, matte black Tenifer protective coating.
Among the features of the Walther Creed semi-automatic pistol are a reversible magazine release button and an ambidextrous hold-open release catch; a conspicuous takedown lever located on the left side of the frame, and a 304 Stainless Steel, captive flat-wire return spring for easier field-stripping; wide front and rear slide serration for easy handling in all conditions; a modified Browning tilting-barrel locking system, and a constant 2,94 kg / 6.5lb trigger pull.
The Walther Creed pistol features no manual safety: two drop safeties and a firing pin block safety make the Creed safe to carry with a chambered round in all situations.
Walther CREED pistol - Specifications
10,16 cm / 4"
Three-dot polymer sights adjustable for windage
18,54 cm / 7.3"
765 gr / 27 oz.