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Brownells Barrel Threading Lathe Bits 5 16 Threading BitSqu
"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."
T. Schmidt: After a month it has held up very nice. It is a very good shape for getting all types & sizes of dishes, pot, pans clean. Pricey for a dish brush, but I would buy again because of its performance.
V. Welton: The brush I received does not look like this. The one I had before was just like it, and was much better. The old one had a larger brush, better handle with softer area to place your fingers, and overall much better. I will keep this one that has smaller brush area, with blue bristles around the edges, but am disappointed in the change from what I thought I was getting.
Who's A Good Kiffum?: The reason I purchased this brush is because I hand wash all of my dishes and needed something to get my Mason/Ball jars and other narrow mouthed containers clean. It works fantastically in that capacity. However, like a few other reviewers, I think it'd be a bit nicer if it had more bristles and/or that the bristles covered more of the brush head because it does leave bits behind every now and then.Not that I'm complaining. I'm not. Hand washing dishes can be a pain, and I generally use a sponge to wash mine. The problem with that is sponges tend to get kind of gross if you tackle the wrong substances with them. Like bread dough. Or batter. Now, rather than get my sponge all grody, I just whip this brush out & quickly scrub off all yucky/sticky/dried on food prior to washing the dish with my precious sponge. The yucky/sticky stuff rinses off very, very easily & this brush creates a pretty awesome lather if you use it in conjunction with dish soap.Needless to say, I've gotten much more use out of it than I anticipated, and I've come to rely on it where matters of dirty dishes and jars are concerned.
Beowulf: We like this so much after several years use we wanted to have two of them and bought another. It is perfect for smaller hands and very ergonomic. We use them both pretty much every day.
Daniel Andrews "WranglerDan": It was time for a new paring knife... I do own quite a few. This is the one for paring apples and most fruit. It feels like an extension of my hand when paring. The other paring knives clean wax out of candles now. The professional series works for me.Immediate update, I meant to post this under the 3-1/2 'professional' paring knife. It's the same price and has a much better blade. I have owned this one and it's great for sliced a sliver of cheese out of the frig for a midnight snack. Check out the professional one, it's only $6.99. The 4" one is $14.99...that one I would have to think about.OXO Good Grips Professional 3-1/2-Inch Paring Knife