Spot on.The Creed has a very different trigger than the PPQ. The one I shot was very smooth with no grit. More of a rolling feel to it. Because it was smooth it was pretty easy to shoot.
Keep in mind the Creed was designed to be a budget gun. I think its a very good budget gun.
I guess its up to what you want to use the gun for. If you think you might shoot it a few times but mostly keep it in a drawer for home defense duties, it is a great choice and the Creed trigger is fine for that.
If you think you might get serious with target shooting o r competition, think about saving a little more money and getting the PPQ.
CreedWhat's a Creed?
Being able to shoot a gun with a bad trigger.... Doesn't make it a good trigger....it just means you're a good shooter.I'm sure the Creed has a very good trigger. I've had three PPXs that did and I still have one of them. I can shoot my PPX as accurately as my PPQ that has a great trigger and awesome reset. Still my Q takes a backseat to my P99 and even more so to my P99c that both have even better triggers plus a nice double action pull.
It just depends on what you like in a trigger and what you use it for.