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Brownells 146x48 Oversize 6 48 Screw Shop Kit 1 Dz Weaver 1
"Slightly larger in diameter than the common 6-48 scope base mounting screw. Most holes ""ruined"" while drilling or tapping can be fixed; just retap to .146""-48 and install. No need to redrill base or gun. Thanks to Doug Knowt for his tip. Click Here for taps. Mfg: Brownells SPECS: .146""-48x½"" (12.7mm) slotted machine screws blued finish. Fillister and Weaver-style head. Kit contains 48 of each style 1 taper tap 1 bottom tap and 1 Screw Gizzie in a bench box."
CaptainSnack: This is truly like cutting thru hot butter. I have a million corkscrews. This one tops them all. Even if you haven't cut off the foil top, this one pulls the cork out easily, releases easy, and is THE BEST. Promise.
Chai on Life: If you are like me and rarely drink wine this should last a long time and I would recommend this. It seems sturdy enough for a plastic opener. If I went through a lot of wine I would buy one that wasn't plastic.
charliegg: i had this for 2 years and used it about once a month. i was very happy with it at first, since it was very easy to use. however i found that it had no way of stopping when the cork had been screwed up high enough, and it just kept going, so that the cork would become wedged in the opener, then it would break off and i would have to use a knife to try and prise the cork out of the device. this happened a few times, and the last time i just couldn't get the cork out, which meant i couldn't use the corkscrew, because it already had a cork around the top part of it. after a while i had to throw it out.
C: This is your basic winged corkscrew. Expected OXO improvements are the over-sized and rubberized head for better grip when twisting the top. The wings are a smooth matte hard plastic that the body is also made of.Pros:*The worm is Teflon coated and slides in and out of the cork easily. This is usually a feature reserved for high-priced, high-end corkscrews.*Top has the signature OXO over-sized & rubberized grip.*Lightweight and comfortable to use.Cons:* Over-sized head does not have the bottle opener feature that many winged corkscrews have* Only the head is rubberized and not the wings* Body and wings are made of a smooth matte plastic that seems likely to crack, shatter & break if accidentally dropped.Overall a decent winged corkscrew designed for hand comfort but with reduced features. So far, at 3 winery events, this corkscrew has easily and comfortably opened 15+ bottles of wine. Recommended.
C. Hill "CFH": This OXO "Winged Corkscrew" is mechanically well designed but the mostly plastic construction gives this a very flimsy feel that makes me question it's longevity. The corkscrew does work well and allowed for very easy removal of the four bottles I tested it on, but I could feel the "wings" flex with the effort.As another reviewer noted, I would not have likely bought this from a store after feeling it in my hands. This is going into my camper and will only see light usage.CFH