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Brownells Detent Ball Kit 7 32 5 5mm Diameter Detent Ball 2
"Your time is too valuable to spend it looking for lost detent balls when they take off - and rest assured they will!!! And when you can't find them if the time lost looking isn't bad enough the factory often gets as much as $1.50 EACH for replacements. So - you need this Kit! Detent balls are everywhere there's a ""click"" adjustment in a gun or a jig; they're even used as check balls in some semi-auto gas systems. Kit contains 20 each of the 8 most common sizes of detent balls found in firearms and is packed in a special ""pill-box""/bench tray case. Includes detailed cross-reference table of all the gun parts list detent balls we could find. (Special thanks t Mfg: Brownells SPECS: Chrome steel for superior wear and rust resistance. Refill Paks of 20 also available."
microeconomics: Blade is fine, cuts great, handle is wonderful.if you just need a bread knife to cut bread and do it well, then this is the best value out there.Don't cut reams of paper or try to saw through wood.I liked it so much I bought another after getting the first.
Miles: Really enjoy having this knife around; it's very sharp and has a great, comfortable handle. I've only had it for a few weeks, so I don't know about durability, but so far so good.
Miser: Cutting bread without a bread knife is futile exercise. This bread knife works well and is very inexpensive. The blade is only about 8 inches, so it is not quite long enough to cut bread from a bread machine if the loaf is placed on its side. I thought I had to get a longer knife, but then I figured I can stand the bread up so that it is much narrower. That works. the knife is now long enough to cut very thin slices of bread that has about the same thickness as the Wonder sandwich bread that I used to buy in grocery stores.
nan from cincy: This knife cut through my crusty bread like it was butter. Haven't had such a good bread knife in years, I'm getting another so I can cut something else without having to wash it.
Neschie Smith: Oxo manufacturers, you need to understand your market. Your utensils were originally designed to help people with arthritis or other disabilities in their hands (I know the inventor's sister). Your "fat" good grip handles are good for anyone, but especially for seniors and those with disabling hand issues. HOWEVER, Oxo, how do you expect someone with disabilities to get these knives out of their packages???? I just bought 4 of your knives, but after trying for two hours to get one out of its package, I gave up. I'm returning ALL of the knives. I tried cutting the plastic package with kitchen shears, special heavy-duty electric shears, serrated knives, sheet metal shears and several other tools. I almost CUT MY FINGER OFF trying to get the knife out of it's package. In spite of all this, I still wanted the knives. So I found a scrap of 2x4 lumber, laid the knife (in package) on it. Next, I used a hammer and chisel to POUND the chisel through the tough plastic. The only chisel I have is 1/2" wide, so it took forever to pound through because I had to overlap each cut. I was determined to get the knife out of the package (surely I'm smarter than a plastic package). I finally "won" but was so angry that I decided to return everything. I wasn't willing to go through that three more times in order to get the knives out. I'm so upset with the manufacturer because of the absurd packaging. Dumb. As for the knives, I have owned 3 other Oxo knives for 20 years. Two are serrated and still cut easily. The paring knife, even when new, has to be sharpened before each use. I continued to use it because of the large, soft handle. I had to throw it out last week because the handle fell apart (that's okay because I did get 20 years out of it). I'll look for another manufacturer who puts big handles on their very good knives, and easy-open packaging. I'd actually give the serrated knives a 5-star rating and the un-serrated a 3-star because they don't hold a sharp edge.