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Old 01-06-2013, 12:14 AM   #321
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How is the Sam Adams winter Ale? I really like the Blue Moon Winter Abbey!
Yes, thanks Cinder for getting him hooked on this stuff......
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HEY, IS THIS THE HALF DECAF?

Half decaf, half regular coffee w/a drop of milk...

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HEY, IS THIS THE HALF DECAF?

Half decaf, half regular coffee w/a drop of milk...
Are we a little conflited ?
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Yes, thanks Cinder for getting him hooked on this stuff......
Don't worry, in a little while he'll have to wait until next winter... But in the mean time their summer, I think it's summer wheat heffeweizen, is good too for the record I had vodka and wine, I'm not sure that's right...
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Don't worry, in a little while he'll have to wait until next winter... But in the mean time their summer, I think it's summer wheat heffeweizen, is good too for the record I had vodka and wine, I'm not sure that's right...
We would put vodka in some sneeky pete wine sitting around the fire on cold weather camping trips. We called the concoction a "camp-a-cozi". After a couple of those you would be warm and fuzzy feeling as you slid into the sleeping bag.
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Sam Adams Winter Lager, it's the last day of vacation.

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coffee and water, folgers house blend

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A cup of Columbian coffee with a spot of half&half. Don't drink alcohol all that much any more. When I do, a little good bourbon. Like the bottle of Blanton's Santa brought me.
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The 238 and the 938 are the same gun, just one is a 9mm and one is a .380, he'll get it I hadn't lots of faith in him, and it isn't entirely because of the vodka, or the wine...
Nice gun, almost the same with a few minor differences.
Triggers are plastic on both and ok with me but partsproduction.com makes a SS (black option) for those who want metal.

P238 has left side safety while P938 is ambidextrous and the P938 is just a bit larger and with the 7 rd mag feels better.
P938 has a longer slide and barrel.
Functionally there are a few differences between the two. The slide on the P938 is noticeably more difficult to cycle manually due to the heavier weight recoil spring, it is comparable to other small 9’s though and I didn’t find it overly difficult. The recoil spring is of the flat coil persuasion, like the newer P238‘s and is fairly difficult to get in and out of the gun while field stripping. The P938’s recoil is a bit more stout (vs P238) but not objectionable. The checkering on the P938 frame and grip is also much more aggressive, it could easily take the calluses off your feet. Removing the takedown pin is also more difficult than on the P238 and I honestly can’t do it with out a tool. Some people gave the Nano a hard time for requiring a tool to field strip but even with a tool the P938 is harder to field strip.

I am not being critical of your post, just pointing out differences in the two and congratulations on your choice of weapon.
My wife and I really like ours.

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