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Old 01-18-2017, 12:34 PM   #1
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Do you think there will be a Creed .45, .40, and .22?

I wonder if Walther is planning on creating a whole "family" of Creeds eventually like they did with the PPQ?
As much as they are hyping the Creed up, I have a feeling we will see the other calibers eventually.
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Old 01-18-2017, 01:22 PM   #2
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40 is dying. 45 is showing a resurgence. A 22 conversion kit would be a plus. A replacement for the 380 currently in the lineup would be great. Is the Creed the vehicle for any/all of those? Only time will tell.
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I had always wanted a .45 PPX with a 12-14 round capacity.


C'mon Walther...you hear us!


Or, "If you build it, they will buy"..
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I had always wanted a .45 PPX with a 12-14 round capacity.


C'mon Walther...you hear us!


Or, "If you build it, they will buy"..
It's my substitute but is a terrific pistol: K2-45 SA/DA 14+1.
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I wonder if Walther is planning on creating a whole "family" of Creeds eventually like they did with the PPQ?

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Old 01-18-2017, 04:26 PM   #6
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I agree that .40 is dying out, it used to be my favorite caliber but lost its pizzaz with the higher cost and it being snappier than 9mm
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Old 01-21-2017, 02:26 PM   #7
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If the CREED is profitable at the 9mm price point, Walther may venture into the other calibers as well. But that will require a mod to the existing CREED or a brand new design altogether for the .45 acp. We'll see...

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I agree that .40 is dying out, it used to be my favorite caliber but lost its pizzaz with the higher cost and it being snappier than 9mm
Not really. Despite the FBI going back to the 9mm and the on-going debate about the .40 S&W, commercial sales of the .40 S&W are still viable. The demand is still there.
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Not really. Despite the FBI going back to the 9mm and the on-going debate about the .40 S&W, commercial sales of the .40 S&W are still viable. The demand is still there.
Maybe it's just a phase for me....lol
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Yeah a Creed in 45 would be nice. I would be on that, also a PPX in 45 would catch my interest as well. Hello Walther
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