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Old 12-05-2017, 07:21 PM   #1
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Let's clear something up about the Creed...

The Creed is made in Köln by Umarex.
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Old 12-05-2017, 07:44 PM   #2
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Wherever it’s made, they seem to have done a very good job.
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Old 12-05-2017, 08:04 PM   #3
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Welcome aboard. Says who?
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Glad that was cleared up...

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Though I am not personally interested in the Creed it seems to be a pistol that runs well from what I am reading and hearing, unlike the CCP, and people who buy one usually it love it. When someone tells me they are looking for a new full size pistol around $300 and are firm on that, I have no problem telling them to be sure to check out the Walther Creed. There is a substantial market of buyers looking for a relatively low cost full size pistol and who will probably not shoot all that much.
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Old 12-05-2017, 09:30 PM   #6
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All buying inexpensive GUNS does is promote more inexpensive pistols to be made.

Can not afford a expensive new gun....buy a used good gun....not some cheapo gun made that just barely functions

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Having a reliable gun that does what it’s designed to do is all many people need or want. What some consider cheap doesn’t matter. There are guns out there for everyone. Walther seems to have scored a hit with this one.
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And so someone tell me whats wrong with the creed. Or for that matter the PPX. Just because it doesn't have a thousand dollar price tag means exactly what?
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And so someone tell me whats wrong with the creed. Or for that matter the PPX. Just because it doesn't have a thousand dollar price tag means exactly what?
It's plastic and it's not a Glock ROFLMAO. They can't because its proven to be a dependable weapon with descent features.
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MUH GLOCK!?!?!?
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