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Brownells Rda 101 Pro Spring Kit For The Ruger Double Action
Contains a reduced power trigger spring and a reduced power hammer spring for Ruger Security Six Speed Six and Service Six. Mfg: Brownells SPECS: RP = Reduced Power XP = Extra Power FSW = Factory Standard Weight.
T. Griffin: I bought this to grind mustard seeds when I found out I was obsessed with home made mustard. It works great even when run for long periods (some mustard seeds must be processed for 6-8 minutes to reach proper grind). It has plenty of power and has also now been put to use grinding romano cheese. It's just a lot easier to use when I don't need the capacity of my 14 cup processor.
ThomShap: I've had one of these little numbers for years and had to replace it recently when the piece of the cover that locks it in and allows the device to turn on sheared off. This happened after 4-5 years of regular use, though, it wasn't new by any stretch of the imagination. I read reviews about other models thinking it might be time for a change - I was annoyed that Cuisinart wouldn't just sell me a new cover; I had to buy the whole basket and cover apparatus for nearly as much as a new machine. In the end, though, I did just buy a new one. This baby chops, dices, and is great for making emulsions for mayonnaise or Caesar salad dressing. The blade can be flipped over for different uses. If you read the directions that come with the product, they explain clearly how to use the appliance so that you don't get onion mush. The only thing I don't do with it is grind spices - I have not had good luck with that and prefer to use an old coffee grinder. Otherwise, it does exactly what it says it does.
Tracy Vesley: Just cut your vegtables and don't waste your money on this because if you want to use it; you still have to cut your vegtables in small peices anyways. This thing will likely liquify them too....not a great product.
Wattsan: I love this little appliance for chopping small amounts of food. Does an excellent job. It replaced one that I had used for 16 years.
W. Kidd: This is a waste of money. I got one about 2 or 3 weeks ago and I'm sending it back. I have put no more than 1/2 cup at a time, of nuts, pieces of cut up carrots, etc. Every time I use it, this processor gives off a very strong, terrible smell of HOT PLASTIC!!! My opinion is, it's a piece of junk, and given how it smells when it's used, it won't last long!!! I would not recommend anyone buy this processor. It's not worth the effort to have to send it back!!! It's JUNK!!! DON'T BUY!!!!!!!!!!!I received the new KitchenAid 3 cup mini yesterday, that I ordered to replace the Cuisinart... and WOW what a difference. I had read a review, that said the Cuisinart was as good as the KitchenAid mini... HAAAA!!! That had to have been a paid Cuisinart review, it sounded just like a paid ad for Cuisinart!Yes it cost more, for the KitchenAid, but man it is well worth it!!! The Cuisinart wouldn't even chop pieces of cut up veggies, using the pulse method as instructed, I stood there forever, pulsing over and over only to smell a horrible hot plastic stink, and chunks of veggie left in the processor, and if there was any moisture in the chopping bowl... it leaked out in drops thrown all around the processor on the counter. And yes the top was on correctly and the chopping blade was on properly. So when you read a review that sounds like a paid ad for the product... Be aware... it probably is.