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Brownells Fillister 6 48 Sight Screw Counterbore Fillister 6
"Overall 2½""; Body Dia. .218""; Pilot Dia. .137""; Pilot Length 1⁄8""; 90° Shoulder. Use Drill No. 28 for Pilot Hole. Mfg: Brownells"
capatel81: One of the better pressure cookers we've owned. We cook rice and lentils a lot in our pressure cooker and this makes it perfect each time. No issues that we've had with other brands like Prestige.
Caribeazul "Caribeazul": I've had several pressure cookers. This one is easy to handle, good quality, and so far so good in terms of stains. I read the instructions, and follow them to the letter. Love my pressure cooker.
Carol Pogroszewski: I have been using Presto Pressure Cookers for the past 35+ years, they are simply the best on the market, and I have had other brands, those other brands ended up at my yard sale, the Presto Pressure Cooker is the best! always reliable, and I have never had to replace the gasket, that is saying something to the quality of the product, which by the was has been on the market for longer than I have been alive, and thats a long long time, so why bother with the rest when you can have the best, and at a great price, give it a try, you will be delighted with all you can make and the time saved cooking this way, especially cheaper cuts of meat,I can't say enough good things about this pressure cooker!
Carolyn: I had one of these great cookers long ago. My old one was very heavy. This one is made of stainless steel and seems to be lighter. I had to attach the handles, so some assembly on this one is required. My first recipe was, 'Ham Hocks & Navy Beans', and I cooked the pre-soaked beans and ham hocks in about 25 or 30 minutes. They turned out great, but had to guess at the cooking time, as the recipe was not in the enclosed instruction/recipe booklet, but in my head! Since then, I have purchased two great pressure cooker cookbooks. I plan to cook many more dishes in this quick-cooking appliance. Be sure to read THOROUGHLY, the instruction booklet, to safely use this(& all) pressure cookers.
casualviews: I cook daily in a pressure cooker so this product is very important to me. I have a Hawkins 2 liter cooker, prestige 3.5 liter and a presto 6 quart pressure cooker but they are all aluminum. I've had the presto 6 qt aluminum for at least over 6 years. It works very well. The best thing about it as compared to Hawkins and Prestige is that it doesn't let pressure off in loud installments (which scares the kids), its more like a consistent whistle.The main reason to buy the 4 qt steel cooker was to have a size between the ones I already owned, suitable for a family of four, and also the reason that stainless steel doesn't react with the food, which is important to me because I often marinate the meat before cooking certain dishes.The new presto has a flatter bottom which sits better on my cook top unlike the old one which rocks a little bit, the heating is even and its easier to clean as well. What I didn't like is that the steaming plate that comes with the cooker is made of aluminum. But its not a deal breaker for me. I think that Presto is a very dependable brand and I'll happily recommend it to anyone.