Does anyone know what upgrades can be done and are available for the walther Creed's trigger, recoil spring, sights, etc. Finding very little information online. Thanks
I see many take a shot (make fun of the Creed) but they have probably never shot it. The pundits are correct that there isn't much after market support, but it is a great shooter. I have 5 other 9mm's from Ruger, Glock and Springfield, but the Creed has one of the best triggers of the bunch. The take-up and reset are a little long, but you adjust to that quickly after running a few hundred rounds through it. The pull is smooth, crisp, and on the light side, but that helps me shoot it more accurately. It you are interested in a "sexy" looking, aesthetically pleasing, fancy and expensive 9mm, then the Walther Creed is not for you! If you want a functional, good and accurate (and inexpensive) shooter, then this pistol is great! It ain't pretty, but mine has been as reliable, functional and as or more accurate then my Glock 19 (with sight and trigger upgrades) and my Ruger American's and Springfield XD's. It is a good gun.Does anyone know what upgrades can be done and are available for the walther Creed's trigger, recoil spring, sights, etc. Finding very little information online. Thanks
Thinking of a CCP is a big downgrade.The Creed upgrade is simple, sell it, then put the money toward a Heckler & Koch P7 M13.
Sorry, I usually don't swing at the easy meatball pitches, but that one was begging me to knock it over the centerfield wall.
EDIT: Was thinking CCP upgrade when I posted this earlier. Disregard.
Below are a couple options for you. By the time you get those and a holster you've paid for another Creed.
Walther Stainless Steel Guide Rods • Stainless Steel Guide Rods