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Old 01-06-2013, 09:23 PM   #331
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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.
No worries, I was told they were identical, I'm always happy to learn even if it means being corrected. I may just replace that trigger. Do you have any idea how remove the trigger on the 938?
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No worries, I was told they were identical, I'm always happy to learn even if it means being corrected. I may just replace that trigger. Do you have any idea how remove the trigger on the 938?
I haven't changed mine since I'm ok with the plastic.

I'm thinking it would be the same as this since the P238 and P938 are so similar.

Anyway this is the guy that has the metal triggers..


To stay on topic I'm having an "Absolute" vodka ZingZang Bloody Mary right now.

Hope this helps . ;
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First attempt at a amber cranberry ale, maybe the last. Not bad, but hoped it would be better.

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Default Veramonte Merlot Reserva 2009 (w/a Don Tomas Cameroon Collection Perfecto #3)

Winemaker's notes:
Dark ruby red in color. Aromas of blackberries, plums and blueberries with hints of black pepper. On the palette, fresh red berry fruit flavors with subtle and elegant oak characters.

Alcohol by volume: 13.5%


The cigar? Cigar Aficionado: 89/100


No conflict here kids!

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I haven't changed mine since I'm ok with the plastic.

I'm thinking it would be the same as this since the P238 and P938 are so similar.

Anyway this is the guy that has the metal triggers..

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jh2v_-87DRM

To stay on topic I'm having an "Absolute" vodka ZingZang Bloody Mary right now.

Hope this helps . ;
ZingZang is the shiznit mix for a bloody mary. If y'all like a bloody mary try it.
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99 Vines Merlot. Ex Lodi, CA. From along Highway... 99. Really easy drinking, affordable, stuff. No, not WalMart box-o'wine or even a screw-top, but... Only had four glasses but I can't find what vintage it is? Anywhere!?

OK, I checked, it's non-vintage nowadays... Whew!

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pepsi.....until i get home from work

then its a nice glass of johnnie walker blue label,and since today is such a bitch at work,maybe a few beers

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pepsi.....until i get home from work

then its a nice glass of johnnie walker blue label,and since today is such a bitch at work,maybe a few beers
Cherry Pepsi w some blue label for me
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