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Brownells Barrel Threading Lathe Bits 1 4 Threading BitSqua
"Square Thread Bits cut true 10 tpi square barrel threads for '03 Springfields and Enfields. 55° Threading Bits have offset cutter and are the correct bit when threading barrels for 98 Mausers. 60° Threading Bits have cutter offset to left for closest cut possible. All types have clearance cuts. Mfg: Brownells SPECS: ¼"" (6.3mm) 5/16"" (7.9mm) 3/8"" (9.5mm) square. ¼"" (6.3mm) and 5/16"" (7.9mm) approximately 2½"" (6.4cm) long; 3/8"" (9.5mm) approximately 3"" (7.6cm) long."
Chris: I love J.A. Henckels knives. These were well priced and are very sharp. Very happy with this purchase. Would not use any other steak knife.
C. Kopp: I had a set of these that I used daily for over 10 years, put them in the dishwasher every day, and nothing ever happened to any of them (we had 8 of them in use). It was these exact knives. The Henckels Twins. No rust. Never sharpened them, ever. Handles didn't crack from the dishwasher. Kind of amazing, really.Pros:-Not too crazy expensive-Perfect amount of serration (some knives are too serrated and you can get cut trying to use them)-Extremely versatile (good for tomatoes, mangoes, strawberries, even bread and potatoes in a pinch)-Perfect for cutting steak, or any cooked meatsCons:-Still a bit expensive, if you're a cheapskate like me (I bought some cheaper ones recently and have basically regretted it).
Diane Rossman: As always the Henckels name bespeaks of a quality knife. The International series offers unprecedented value for the cost conscious consumer looking to build an affordable kitchen collection with the best of names. These knives cut through even the toughest cuts of meat and poultry and have durable handles that won't break under pressure. Thy are also well balanced with fully tined handles. This is a safe recommendation for any steak lover.
FreeSpirit: These are undoubtedly the best kitchen knives we have ever used. Sure they seemed a bit more expensive than what we can get at BB&B, but the price reflects quality in this case. The grip is comfortable, and the blades are superb quality. I would definitely recommend spending a few extra bucks to get this as opposed to the boxed sets - knives in those sets wear out very quickly.
Hans Owens: Easily the best steak knives on the market under $20/each. I have used real high end steak knives before($100+ per knife) and these are not much different. There is no point in spending that much unless you have extra money to blow. The blade design is great for cutting through fat on a rib-eye. High-end stainless, does not fade in the dishwasher. Like the other review said, it does "tear" through the meat but that is ok, it is still a fairly clean cut. Easily cut the fat off the edge of a new york strip steak like its butter.