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Yes, and it was intended to lighten things up. Sometimes what you get is cosmetics, but hey, if you want to spend money that way so what? Nothing wrong with an expensive, purty BBQ Gun if that’s what a person wants.


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No argument here. I would just rather have 5 guns that work well than one that is purty (and might work well). But I'm funny that way.
 

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we all know that. And we all know that Umarex can't make a good gun to save it's life. All the "good" Walther guns anymore come from the ULM factory
I bought a creed because why not, and it runs pretty damn well. Hella fun at the range. Ive had problems cycling "cheap" (about $2 less that cheap brass, so not really cheap) steel and aluminum rounds, but then again theres a lot of guns at twice the price tag that do so too. Its not tiring/annoying to shoot like my fathers berettas which absolutely suck...and cost 2x as much. I feel like Im defending it which wasn't my purpose for this comment so Ill just leave it at that.
 

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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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My Creed has functioned flawlessly and is very accurate. I have an expensive firearm laying in its case in the bottom of my closet. A non-functional pos that cost a lot more than my Creed.
 

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My Creed continues to be one of the best shooting most reliable guns I own. It's really a fantastic firearm considering the price. I put some night sights on it and it's fantastic.
 
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