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Old 12-03-2017, 12:38 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by shawn View Post
Short answer: No.

I think the Creed occupies the same space in the Walther line-up as the SIGMA (SD9E) in the S&W line.

I doubt Walther will put any further money into the Creed.

I got a PPX and it was ok, but I gave it away.

I refuse to buy a Creed until they "re-introduce" it without the silly name. Whoever came up with the marketing idea probably went to the same school as the "grip zone" people over at Springfield Armory.

I had a Creed until I had to send in the barrel at 3,000 rounds for replacement. After that sold it. It was a great gun, but not for intensive shooting like I do. So I jumped off the Walther line of pistols & went American made again. Got a S&W M&P 2.0 instead. I just have to say that the M&P 2.0 is a awesome upgrade from that brick of a Creed. I also agree with you about the name. That grip zone crap is what steered me away from Springfield.
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