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Brownells Colt Crane Bushing Tool Crane Bushing Tool
"Fits over ejector rod and down into the cylinder to reach and remove the Crane Bushing from Colt revolvers. Fits Colt Python Trooper Officers' Model Official Police Marshall Cobra Agent Police Positive Detective Special and Pocket Positive. Mfg: Brownells SPECS: Steel hardened and drawn. Body is 1-3/8"" (3.5cm) long .316 in (8.03mm) diameter. Handle is 2"" (5.1cm) long."
cristobal "cristobal": It really is. Firstly, I have to admit that I've never made ice cream in it. I much prefer sorbets. And oh, what wonderful one's you can make! The machine is super easy to use, as long as you remember to store the freezer bowl in the freezer. Just pour in some juice, sugar and a couple flavorings, let it spin for 20 minutes or so, and you will have the most wonderful summer treats. My favorite? Fresh grapefruit juice with sugar, fresh mint, and lime juice. People love it. You can also use it to make somewhat more "adult" fare. Use a bit of sugar and a bit of alcohol, for instance, a bit of tequila with the grapefruit juice and voila - wonderful adult party fare.Clean up is easy, storage is easy. The only down side to this machine is that once you start making your own stuff, it's neigh on to impossible to stop. On the other hand, since you're making it yourself and can limit what ingredients you use, the end result can be enormously healthy. And what better than sitting in the sun, enjoying a big bowl of wonderful sorbet, and knowing as empiric fact that what you're eating is also pretty darned good for you.I've given this ice cream maker to several people as gifts. They've all loved it.
crys1s: I've owned this ice-cream maker for a month and just love it! To avoid the problems other reviewers have experienced, just follow these tips (some posted by other reviewers too):1) Freeze the bowl with a bag of ice cubes in it (thanks for the tip, Cynthia Nelson). It worked for me, and now I only need to freeze it overnight (instead of 48 hours each time I wanted to use it).2) Use a blender to mix all ingredients! It's easier to pour from the blender jar into the ice-cream machine, and the sugar is properly mixed and melted into the heavy cream.3) For fruit-flavored ice cream, use frozen fruits instead of fresh fruit puree, or you can buy fresh fruits and cut them up and freeze them. Blend away as you would if you were making a smoothie. I did this and compared it to using fresh fruit puree and found that the "smoothie" mixture chills and thickens faster in the machine (10 - 15 mins); whilst the fresh fruit puree mixture tends to take about 30 mins or longer and yields more crystals when the mixture is frozen.4) Put a small bag of ice on top of the opening of the transparent lid - use the bag of ice cubes that you put into the bowl in the freezer. It helps with chilling the mixture faster while it is being churned. Mine did not melt nor drip into the mixture.5) Put an empty glass container in the freezer before you start making the ice-cream mixture. Use it to store the ice-cream. I use a Pyrex bowl with its lid as glass chills faster than plastic.I modified a recipe I found online, and get awesome creamy ice cream which doesn't get frozen hard like a rock even when it's been in the freezer for 2 - 3 days! You can, of course cut down on the sugar or use fat-free products or artificial sweeteners (which I haven't tried - I believe natural is better than those chemicals in artificial sweeteners. Our bodies can work off the sugar, but the chemicals stay in our system!)1.5 cups heavy whipping cream1 cup Half & Half or evaporated milk1 - 1.5 cups frozen strawberries or any other frozen fruit1 + 1/4 cup granulated white sugar2 tablespoons lemon juice (optional)Put everything in the blender and blend until the ingredients are well-mixed. Turn on the ice-cream machine and pour the mixture in. Once the mixture thickens and has a soft-serve or thicker consistency, turn off the machine. Scoop and serve, or pour and scrape the mixture out with a rubber/silicon spatula into your chilled glass container and freeze for about an hour or so.
Customer: I love this ice cream maker. It is easy to use, very fast and cleans like a dream. I also like the fact it does not make a huge amount I have to store somewhere. This is a great product for small families.
Dad "American Consumer": I make Raw Cream Ice Cream twice a week. It works great. It makes 6 cups. I need 2 for parties. Don't over fill and run till it's hard and it's firmer than soft serve.I get 5 cups of cream per gallon of Raw Milk, straight from the mamma cow. I add 6 Raw Free-Range Egg Yokes, a 1/4 cup of Maple Syrup, 2 1/2 tablespoons of Vanilla Extract and 1 tablespoon of Psyllium Husks. It's so healthy. I consider it medicine for my 3 year boy.I find that it does stick to the bowl some. It's not a problem unless you put it back in the freezer with ice cream in it. I only do that when I'm leaving soon after making ice cream. It's not totally quiet, but what do you expect from a motor. It's quieter than the old salt and ice type.
Darkenmoon: I received this for my bridal shower. I tried it to make sure it worked before I lost the gift receipt. It is so easy to use. I made up a batch of ingredients to make vanilla frozen yogurt. It was quick and easy to assemble. I poured the liquid in and off it went for 20-25 minutes. It was louder then I anticipated, but nothing crazy. It froze perfectly and tasted wonderful. I am looking forward to making more delicious ice creams, sorbets, sherbets, frozen yogurts, and even frozen slushy drinks. This thing is awesome. It seems pretty darn solid and it easy to clean.