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Brownells Solid Carbide Drill 33 Solid Carbide Drill
"Specially ground single-flute solid carbide drills ideally suited for use by the professional gun trade on hard receivers (as the 03A3 and harder). Cuts a clean chip in hardest file steel giving true hole. Does not ""crumble out"" the steel; thus no chatter. 2"" long to give quill clearance when using with Forster and other scope/sight mounting jigs. Kept properly cleaned will not bind or break. Properly fed won't work-harden hole surface like spade drill does; decreases tap breakage. Drills ""all the way through"" hardened steels. Note: Common sense must be used. No guarantee against breakage! Use only to crack the skin Mfg: Brownells SPECS: Sizes available: No. 33 (6-40) No. 31 (6-48) No. 29 (8-32) No. 28 (8-40). Speed approximately twice that of high speed steel feed rate the same or slightly less."
PurplePen: I have two of these sized strainers. They're perfect for berries or straining soup or rinsing rice. I use them for everything!
ralph ferrara: I haved used it twice. I also have the six since version. Both are very good strainers. Very are ridged. The mesh is good enough to sift cake flower. They have a good feel to them.
Richard R: Another excellent kitchen utensil from OXO, this strainer is great in many ways. In additional to use when sifting, it is useful as a colander. Sturdy, good quality finish. I expect many years of use from this utensil.
Robin Shaun: I returned this strainer because I found one at the dollar store. I am sure it would have worked great for me, but I am also sure that the one that I got at the dollar store would work the same.
rustyredcab "rusty": I find I reach for it often. The mesh is pretty fine so straining stock/sauce with lots of small bits, it can get clogged -- but it strains everything. Have been using this strainer for four years and it looks new. We run it through the dishwasher.The little hook is nice from hanging it on a bowl. It fits in the corner of my sink to allow a slow drain (like for frozen veggies). Nice. As we think about downsizing, I may find a slightly bigger one to add and then give away big colanders.