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Old 06-29-2018, 02:36 PM   #11
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...Great shooting 9mm and the trigger is just AWESOME!!

Just my 2cents...
Thanks BigMau. Can you talk more about that Awesome trigger?

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Old 07-05-2018, 10:27 PM   #12
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Creed is an awesome full size semi auto. Was my first pistol, no regrets, I really like the way it fits my hand. Added Talon grips, fit perfectly. Good range gun. Don't shoot it much once I got the Q5 Match with Trijicon RMR red dot. Due to older eyes, love the red dot but it would require a gunsmith to put one on the Creed.
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Old 07-05-2018, 10:52 PM   #13
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Can you talk more about that Awesome trigger?

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I will let this Gentleman talk about the trigger.
https://youtu.be/3cslHRLOEc8
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Old 07-06-2018, 04:09 AM   #14
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I will let this Gentleman talk about the trigger.
https://youtu.be/3cslHRLOEc8

Hickok45 is "spot on" with has review. After watching this review, Nutnfancey's review and a few others... I was sold!! You will not be disappointed if you purchase a CREED.
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MudBug, Didn't you give up on your P22 ..... or am I mistaken. I definitely like the looks of the Creed.
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Old 07-08-2018, 02:53 PM   #16
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I just bought a Creed last week, and I like it very much so! It’s a larger frame pistol than say my Ruger Security 9, but I like that. My range report is as follows:
Nice trigger, very accurate, same great feel on the grips as the CCP I bought for the wife. Love the high capacity mags (2) that come with it! But loading em is kinda a pain because there are so many rounds I gotta put in the thing (a both good and bad thing I suppose)
I picked up another clip for it for $19.95 at CDNN, as well another mag for my S&W .40.
Love the Creed!
My only possible negative is I twice had a double tap on it. Have done the same with the CCP also. Not sure if it’s me and not used to those triggers or something.
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I just bought a Creed last week, and I like it very much so! Itís a larger frame pistol than say my Ruger Security 9, but I like that. My range report is as follows:
Nice trigger, very accurate, same great feel on the grips as the CCP I bought for the wife. Love the high capacity mags (2) that come with it! But loading em is kinda a pain because there are so many rounds I gotta put in the thing (a both good and bad thing I suppose)
I picked up another clip for it for $19.95 at CDNN, as well another mag for my S&W .40.
Love the Creed!
My only possible negative is I twice had a double tap on it. Have done the same with the CCP also. Not sure if itís me and not used to those triggers or something.
When I went from my G19 Gen 3, to the G19 Gen 5, I had a learning curve with the trigger too. I am used to the Gen 5 trigger now, but was not at first.
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Old 07-09-2018, 02:31 AM   #18
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“When I went from my G19 Gen 3, to the G19 Gen 5, I had a learning curve with the trigger too. I am used to the Gen 5 trigger now, but was not at first.“

Yeah I guess I need to go to the range more to get used to it....darn it! 😁
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Hickok45 is "spot on" with has review. After watching this review, Nutnfancey's review and a few others... I was sold!! You will not be disappointed if you purchase a CREED.
Tanks, BigMau,
I think I have decided to buy the CREED. I just cannot get past the lifetime warranty thing on all WALTHER guns. My other choices were the two Turkish guns...Canik and SAR's different 9mm's. Both now have American support facilities, but I worry.....
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Old 07-09-2018, 08:36 AM   #20
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I shot the Canik clone of the Walther PPQ Q5 Match, and wound up buying the Walther. You only wince once when you buy quality. Not that Canik isn't nice, but for me it was Walther all the way. No regrets.
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