Gun maker Walther Arms touts its belief in “superior ergonomics” in its introduction of the new handgun series “Creed.”
“Live your creed. Love your creed. Grip your creed. Nonslip your creed. Be your creed. Believe your creed. Aim, sight and squeeze your creed,” a voice says in an ad that slowly bulids into a rap.
The Walther Creed is a polymer-framed semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9mm. With a 4-inch barrel, the overall length is 7.3 inches and weighs in at 27 ounces.
The pistol features a pre-cocked double-action trigger system, a bobbed hammer, a corrosion and abrasion resistant Tenifer coating, ambidextrous magazine release, low profile steel 3-dot sights, and front and rear cocking serrations on the slide.
The Creed is available with either a 10- or 16-round magazine and the company has not listed retail price, but says the Creed will have an “economic price-tag.”