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Old 04-04-2019, 06:02 PM   #1
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should I buy one?

I have been using a XD9SC for about 8 years as my EDC (nothing wrong with it).

Recently saw the Creed priced at 249$ at CDNN and thought it might be a interesting option one size up from SC to compact. I just can't seem to find too many holsters for it that I like. I presently use a Blackhawk Serpa that I really like (let's not discuss whether or not you think this holster will inevitably get me and 475 innocent bystanders killed, it works well for what I need).

I guess if there is nothing like that I would just buy it for the price alone and use it as a range gun (249 is close to Hi-Point territory after all and it does come with 2 mags).

Thoughts?
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Old 04-04-2019, 09:42 PM   #2
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I have the Creed’s predecessor, the PPX. It’s a very good shooter that is as accurate as my PPQ and P99s. It’s just bulkier. I’m sure it’s a good gun to have. Another option I recommend is the M&P M2.0 compact 40 which is going for $300 shipped right now. It’s a nice shooter too, better for carry, and a great buy. Mine greatly out performs my Glock 23.

It’s a buyers market right now. I’d go for something if you can.
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Old 04-05-2019, 07:40 AM   #3
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I suspect the market is going to change going into next year (not hard to guess why). Guess I will snatch one up, the price can't fall much more than what it is right now.
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I have the Creedís predecessor, the PPX. Itís a very good shooter that is as accurate as my PPQ and P99s. Itís just bulkier. Iím sure itís a good gun to have. Another option I recommend is the M&P M2.0 compact 40 which is going for $300 shipped right now. Itís a nice shooter too, better for carry, and a great buy. Mine greatly out performs my Glock 23.

Itís a buyers market right now. Iíd go for something if you can.
Where did you see the M&P for 300?
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Old 04-06-2019, 01:59 PM   #5
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FYI, I did order me one from CDNN. At 249 $ you can not go wrong.

Any idea on holsters? OWB something like the Serpa?
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Where did you see the M&P for 300?
Right here. They have had it at this price a few weeks. I wish I waited a year to buy mine but $425 wasn't bad to me.

https://www.sportsmansoutdoorsuperst....cfm/ID/198821
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Old 04-06-2019, 10:30 PM   #7
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One of my employees brought a Creed last year. We went to the ranger together and I shot his Creed and let him shoot my PPQ and PPS. He was shocked at how the trigger felt on the PPQ. I was shocked at the trigger on his Creed. As a hammer fired gun the pull is not bad at all due to being pre cocked. It isn’t a bad shooter and is accurate. At 25 feet I shot a 3 inch group my first time holding the pistol. The group was 2 inches off the bullseye but I’m sure I could have gotten the group in target with some time.

The kid is in his mid 20’s married and has a child. The Creed fit his budget has been trouble free and he likes it. Walther filled a need for a quality budget firearm. In my opinion he did much better with the Creed then if he went and brought a Taurus or Sccy.
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Old 04-07-2019, 07:21 AM   #8
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Right here. They have had it at this price a few weeks. I wish I waited a year to buy mine but $425 wasn't bad to me.

https://www.sportsmansoutdoorsuperst....cfm/ID/198821
Dang, that really is a good price. Although I was only looking for a 9mm.
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Right here. They have had it at this price a few weeks. I wish I waited a year to buy mine but $425 wasn't bad to me.

https://www.sportsmansoutdoorsuperst....cfm/ID/198821
Dang, that really is a good price. Although I was only looking for a 9mm.
They have the 9mm for $350
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Where did you see the M&P for 300?
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https://gun.deals/search/apachesolr_search/11684
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