Featured Walther Arms CREED Industry News November 15, 2016 Join the Conversation Fort Smith, AR based Walther Arms, Inc. recently introduced a new pistol. While we await word they've begun manufacturing the PPK and PPK/S domestically, we'll share what they told us about the CREED. It's a 9mm polymer frame semi-auto with an ambi mag release and 3-dot sites. Note: this is the Walther Creed. This is Apollo Creed. It's important to know the difference, especially if you carry AIWB. According to Walther, the Creed is larger than the CCP (which utilizes “SoftCoil” technology), with a 4 in. barrel and a different trigger. The Creed uses a 16 round magazine, and if you check hashtag #WaltherCreed on social media you'll find there are already a number of holster manufacturers building carry gear for it. If you're interested, Talon Grips (@talongrips) are available in Rubberized or Granulate texture. Here’s what they told us about it. Introducing the Walther Arms Creed Walther Arms, Inc. is proud to announce the new Creed pistol. A Creed is a set of fundamental beliefs. For Walther, those beliefs are superior ergonomics, excellence in trigger design, and unparalleled accuracy, quality, and reliability. The new Walther Creed makes a statement in modern polymer-frame handguns that all of these features can be achieved with an economic price-tag. The Creed offers a reinforced polymer frame with signature ergonomics that shooters have come to expect from Walther. The non-slip grip texturing, standard on most Walther pistols, ensures the gun remains firmly in the shooter's hand during use. The Creed features a pre-cocked double-action trigger system and a bobbed hammer that ensure a no-snag draw from a concealment. This system provides the shooter with a light and smooth trigger pull, consistent from the first shot to the last. All metal components are treated with a corrosion and abrasion resistant TENIFER coating, providing a matte black hardened surface. With an ambidextrous magazine release, low profile steel 3-dot sights, and front and rear cocking serrations on the slide, Walther refused to compromise on the quality or features of the Creed. Offered in 9mm with a 4-inch barrel and 1/10 twist. The Creed comes with two sixteen round 9mm magazines. The overall length is 7.3 inches and an empty magazine weight of 26.6 ounces. The MSRP is $399. About Walther in their own words. For almost 130 years, Walther has been a name immediately recognized by firearm enthusiasts worldwide. Walther continues to be the leading innovator in manufacturing quality handguns and tactical rimfire replicas. This innovation stems from our tradition and emphasis on unmatched quality from renowned German engineering. It is the core of a progressive company that continues to write firearm history. You can find the Creed online here. For more information about Walther Arms, click right here. Explore RECOILweb:Why Hornady Stopped Selling Ammunition to Walmart 12 Years AgoHSGI Review and New Taco Gear AttachmentPreview - The 1,000-Yard AR-15The Handi-Racker NEXT STEP: Download Your Free Target Pack from RECOILFor years, RECOIL magazine has treated its readers to a full-size (sometimes full color!) shooting target tucked into each big issue. Now we've compiled over 50 of our most popular targets into this one digital PDF download. From handgun drills to AR-15 practice, these 50+ targets have you covered. Print off as many as you like (ammo not included). Get your pack of 50 Print-at-Home targets when you subscribe to the RECOIL email newsletter. We'll send you weekly updates on guns, gear, industry news, and special offers from leading manufacturers - your guide to the firearms lifestyle.You want this. Trust Us.