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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"
19WizardofOz: this is a good quality, fairly light weight, even coated non-stick ebleskiver pan! It works on both electric cooking range and gas range (not sure about glass tops). The pan comes with a recipe, but I followed this recipe I found on youtube: [...]Make sure you first put it on high heat and then turn down the heat to medium while making the ebleskiver, that way the pan heats evenly. Also, use wooden or bamboo skewers to turn/lift the ebleskiver as it doesn't scratch the non-stick surface.
A Sanders: My husband ordered this version of the Nordic Ware Iron, without noticing that it had an expected ship date of about a month later. We pretty much try for Amazon Prime shipping (which this had). When I went in to see why it hadn't come, I realized it had the long ship date, so I switched the order to a wooden handled version (which said it would ship immediately --and was cheaper). This is what actually came.Go figure.
bunnybutt: i was roaming around on the web, and somehow saw Ebelskivers being eaten. i was wondering what they were. well. of course i immediately bought a pan after checking it out and seeing the danish-dude on youtube flipping them over, expertly. very impressive! he has a 3-step process which makes them perfectly round, and not the flattish shape you get if you flip it completely over just once. I've had lots of fun making these with the traditional apple filling now, and they are a hit with the kids. the over-the-top carb thing was getting bad, though, so i thought i'd make them out of egg instead. nice! you can mix a bunch of eggs with chives and milk as if you were going to make scrambled eggs (12 eggs plus chives and feta, spam, etc... = about 21 eggelskivers), and do the same thing you would do with pancake-type batter. it's a bit trickier, but definitely do-able. I made round eggs with a cube of spam in the middle. yummy! i ate about 5 for breakfast the other day- easy to take on the commute. of course any filling will do. spam just cuts into any shape well. if i were super-motivated, i'd use a melon scoop, and tell my kids it was the core in the earth.
Colleen848: I purchased this pan along with theEbelskivers: Danish-Style Filled Pancakes And Other Sweet And Savory Treatsat the same time.What an awesome duo!Contrary to other reveiwers I have not had a single problem with the pan. The ebelskivers flip over and out of the wells without a problem. The teflon is very durable and you can just wipe the wells with soapy water and rinse to clean. I have not experienced a sign of peeling of the coating even though I have been using a fork to flip the pastries. Perhaps, the other reveiwer received a defective product or somehow, inadvertently scratched the well.I also have a glass top stove and the pan performs wonderfully. I can't imagine how it would scratch the glass top. The wells have a flat base that reinforces the bottom of each which is approximately an eigth inch wide. The the outside bottom rim of the pan is also this thick. The pan sits firmly on the glass top. Perhaps the reveiwer had something else on the cook top that caused the scratching and slid the pan off instead of just lifting it.I repeat, WHAT AN AWESOME DUO!!!Buy them both an you will not be dissappointed.As I said in the reveiw of the cookbook, I am planning on opening a bed and breakfast and these will definitely be on the menu. Very versitale, airy and you can be creative right from the beginning.
HisEyeIsOnTheSparrow: Had not seen one of these since a trip to Solvang, Ca where the heritage proudly serve them up for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This is a superior version. It will last indefinitely if cared for. Takes a little practice to use it properly but you'll have so much fun creating your own version of these Nordic delights.