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About Holsters for Walther Creed
Choosing the right holster for Walther Creed is not a simple task, so you should better bet on craftsmanship and quality that is proven by years. With quality holster, you can rely on your self-defense setup in every situation and your gun will have a safe shelter for a lifetime. Our offer includes 140 Walther Creed concealed carry and duty holsters from traditional European holster producers, known for their quality materials and hand crafted manufacture. Walther Creed holsters are custom made for this gun model for perfect fit and smooth draw and allows you to wear your gun in comfortable and safety way. We offer Leather and Nylon Walther Creed holsters. You can choose between IWB, OWB, Ankle, Cross Draw, Drop Leg, Duty, Light & Laser, Magazine & Ammo, Molle, Paddle, Shoulder and Small of Back holster designs for Walther Creed. See also holsters for Walther CCP, P22, PPQ and PPS and holsters for other Walther models.
About Walther Creed
The Walther company has been a name immediately recognized by many firearm enthusiasts worldwide for almost 130 years. From the P1 model to the PPK, P38, PPQ and currently the CCP, the Walther is a leader in firearms that last a lifetime.
This company was founded by Carl Walther in Zella-Mehlis, in what was then Hesse but is today Thuringia in 1886. The Walther's first attempt was model 6 at a 9mm Luger ammunition. It used blowback rather than a locked breech and also proved unsuccessful, with only around 1,000 made. They began to make the popular police pistols or PP models in 1929. In 1931 it was followed by the first of the PPK's Police Pistol Detective Model. Both the PP and the PPK's were produced in .22 Long Rifle, .32 ACP calibers what is now the most common caliber, .380 ACP and a very small number in .25 ACP caliber. Its factory was destroyed by the World War II and Zella-Mehlis in Soviet-occupied East Germany, the Walther was reduced to just a collection of patents and designs. However Fritz Walther started manufacturing in Ulm, West Germany in 1953.
The company resumed production of the P38 and renamed the P1 in 1957 in order to equip the new West German Army. In December 1966 when Fritz Walther died, his son, Karl-Heinz, took over the company, that then concentrated on the sports sector and the introduction of new progressive technologies. The Walther was acquired in 1993 by the Umarex of Arnsberg, who continued to produce under the brand Walther in Ulm and Arnsberg, Germany.
The Walther Creed is a semi-automatic, recoil-operated pistol introduced to the market in 2016. It’s the fifth addition to the Walther polymer pistol family. The Creed is unique not in the design, or the components, it’s the price reduction of the handgun that makes it special. Walther introduced a very reliable stock trigger on a striker-fired handgun and that trigger came with a higher MSRP rating, yet the Creed has all the advantages of the polymer Walther predecessors and the price like none of them had. It’s MSRP is $399.
The Walther Creed is a 9mm handgun without an external safety, it can hold 16 rounds and comes packed in a full polymer body. The gun features an accessory rail, a 3-dot low profile dots and has a barrel length of 4’’. The ergonomics of the gun, the size, weight and grip angle make little recoil. The takedown and reassembly is the same as with many other pistols - easy without having to pull the trigger. The Walther Creed is a trustworthy pistol that offers a bang for the buck.
Craft Holsters offers quality represented by the combination of Old World holster production legends and top quality service. This quality comes with a guarantee that safeguards the whole purchase. It’s the features implemented into the ordering process and credit card checkout that make your order safe. It’s the email communication that we provide that tells you every single detail of your order because we want you to be in touch and informed. It’s the tryout period and money back guarantee that turns the whole purchase into a relationship between our quality and your satisfaction. We thank you.