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Brownells Long Forcing Cone Chamber Reamer Brownells L F C R
"Double-duty reamers lengthen short chambers to modern standard or magnum lengths and cut the new long forcing cone at the same time - OR - will cut a long forcing cone without lengthening the chamber for the gunsmith seeking improved shooting performance for his customer. Flute placement relief and angle are designed to give the best possible results on all types of barrel steel (except on chrome lined barrels of course!). The 1½"" long (approximately) forcing cone created is performance proven to give optimum results in any length chamber. (For complete instructions see below our detailed illustrated booklet Measuring and Rechambering Shotgun Chambers.) Reamers are gr Mfg: Brownells SPECS: 5-¾"" (14.6cm) long overall. 1"" (2.5cm) long hex section: ½"" (12.7mm) across on 10 12 and 16 ga.; 7/16"" (11.1mm) across on 20 ga.; 3/8"" (9.5mm) across on .410 (10.4mm). 1-½"" (3.8cm) long forcing cone cutting section. 7 flutes straight cu"
Jesse D. Keilson "Cooking and computers - it'...: Once again, OXO delivers a quality kitchen product. It's a good peeler for just about any job peeling fruits or vegetables. I even use it to make little ribbons of vegetable and parmesan cheese. It's stayed sharp for months and months. It's comfortable in my hand and the rubbery handle is grippy, even when wet. Great general purpose peeler.
J.Hare: I have spent a lot of money on cheap peelers and saw this one on Amazon and took a chance on it. It works great, is easy to handle and I highly recommend it. I would definitely buy it again.
jmm "jmm1103": Like many of the "Good Grips" products, it's really astounding how much better this peeler is than "traditional" peelers (you know, the all-metal, slightly rusty thing that had been in your utensil drawer since you bought at at the supermarket when you were stocking the kitchen for your first apartment). This inexpensive gadget produces much better results, much faster and more comfortably, than any other peeler I've ever used. It works equally well on potatos, carrots, apples, etc. It's cheap ($5-$6 for an essential kitchen tool you'll own for years) and works great; why in the world wouldn't you buy it? If you cook and you don't own one, stop reading and buy one now. It's a no-brainer.
Joe Zika "Khemprof": Oxo Good Grips Swivel PeelerThe potato and cucumber have met their match. This peeler makes quick work of the skins without much fatigue to your hands. This is the second peeler that I've bought, the first grew a couple of legs and was AWOL. I liked the first so well that I bought another, because this is an essential tool in any kitchen. What I like about this peeler is that it makes a good peel, especially on a potato, that I can spray them with Pam and make my own potato skin chips. The Good Grips line features durable, non-slip, flexible handles on every product. Ergonomically designed to fit the palm comfortably and softly, the pressure-absorbing processed rubber handle puts less tension on the hands while still providing an outstanding grip. Made from the same material as dishwasher gaskets, the handles are slip-proof--wet or dry--as well as dishwasher-safe. The sharp, stainless steel blade glides through even the toughest fruit and vegetable skins with ease.Some of the features are:* Good Grips oversize rubber handle is comfortable, even with repetitive strokes* Swiveling twin blades peel easily with flexible action* Built-in potato eye remover* Large hole in handle makes storage easy* Dishwasher-safeThis peeler works well with wet hands, because I've never peeled a potato unless it's been washed, which means they are wet. Apples, carrots, cucumbers and potatoes all are fair game for this peeler. The tip of the peeler has a potato eye remover which works very well. All-in-all, your experience with this peeler will be positive as it makes quick work of the skins. I'm pleased with this essential kitchen tool. This product is manufactured in China according to the specifications of the US patent.An epicurean Bon Appetite
Johnny: Bought it for my wife after she lost the other one we had, she says it not a good as the old one. I believe she mentioned the grip is not very good and uncomfortable, still works great though.