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Brownells Barrel Threading Lathe Bits 3 8 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."
Desert Gypsy "A Brooklyn Girl Out West": I have several OXO Good Grips gadgets in my kitchen and I find they are consistently well designed and do the job they are meant to do and do it well. This corer is right up there with the best of the OXO tools. The handle is large and sturdy and helps me get a good grip so I can get the core out with one motion. I have really bad arthritis in my hands so if this tool did not perform well, I'd be looking for a replacement.I find this size takes out just the right amount of core. I tend to buy organic when possible and those apples are generally a little smaller than conventionally grown ones. This corer takes out just enough so the seeds and little tough seed casing is removed without taking too much of the apple flesh.Very pleased with this product and happy to recommend.
DH: Seems well made to me. Handle is solid and metal is firm and not easily breakable. I use this thing to core out the inside of a potato. Then stuff it with meat and cheese and plug the ends back with part of the core I pulled out.Try it! Yummy.
Dog tea: I no longer loathe using apples in recipes. An apple corer really does save time and reduces waste. I've used this about 15 times and it's still going strong.
E. Byers: This corer works very nice. Although sometimes I halfway miss the core, and have to go through again (my issue not the corer). It's very easy to push through and core, and takes a nice clean section out of the apple. If you're making apple dumplings, pie, etc it makes the apples look very "professional".
E. Harris "WxGurl": This thing works amazingly! Everytime, anytime. It really does a good job of coring with minimal effort. I use it to core apples to put in the microwave with brown sugar and cinnimon for dessert. Love this item. Worth the cheap price!