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Brownells Steel Pilots Steel Pilot For 22 Rf Muzzle 215
"Hardened steel pilot keeps Facing and Chamfering cutters properly centered in the bore. Resists wear for years of service. Mfg: Brownells SPECS: Hardened steel. 1¼"" (3.2cm) long. .45 ACP Pilots - .45 ACP-1 fits S&W model 25 & 625. .45 ACP-2 fits Colt 1917."
Vickiviolet "kitchen klutz": This is an excellent quality stockpot and a great size for average home use. I have always liked this line in Faberware. As a retired restaurant owner and cook, this is an excellent value.
Al Phabetical: It is solidly built. The handles seem like they're going to stay on. The massive welded bottom spreads the heat so well that when I'm making gallons of applesauce in it, the bubbles from simmering appear all over the surface and not just over the flame like in any other pot I have.
Amazon Customer: I've had this pot for a year now, and it's holding up beautifully.I've used it to make stocks, stews, and sauces. I've used it as my primary canning kettle- using a tea towel instead of a rack (most of the racks I've seen don't fit in it properly), I've canned up to 8 pints or 6 quarts at a time. It's a great, versatile pot that's been a bit abused, and still looks great.Seriously, it's a really great, versatile pot and it's holding up well. Strongly recommended.
Babushka Babe: I have two other Farberware Stockpots. Both are 12 quart. I usually make chicken soup using 60 thighs in those two pots. I wanted to up my quantity so I can keep the kids' families in chicken soup. A 16 quart pot added to my other two will be perfect for the job.The pot is beautifully made, as are my other pots. I've been making this soup for over 40 years, so I know they last and last. These pots will probably be used by my grandkids till they are grandmoms.
Celestial Lady: I bought this to replace my Anolon 16 qt. stock pot, which I bought in 2008. It had pitted in several places, to the point that there was a patch of aluminum showing through the stainless steel bottom. I didn't want aluminum in my food, so after I determined that it would take 6 weeks to obtain action on the "limited lifetime warranty" and the pot wasn't available anymore, I decided to try this one, which is sold by the same company. I used it once to make stock and it pitted and discolored after the first use, so it had to go back for a refund. It was also lighter weight than the Anolon one, didn't heat as quickly, and it took a higher heat setting to maintain the simmer at the right level to make good stock. I am surprised at the number of high marks given by other reviewers. In addition, the Anolon pot had the handles bolted onto the sides and lid and this one had thin stainless steel loops spot welded on, so I was very worried that one of the handles on the side would come off while I was lifting a pot full of hot stock and burn myself. I never had that problem with the Anolon pot, and I am sorry I have to replace it at this time.After I returned this pot, I bought a Tramontina 16 qt. stock pot and had to return it, too, as it was already pitted on the bottom, right out of the package. It also was lighter in weight than the Anolon pot, so I am hoping that the Concord stock pot I just ordered will do better than any of these. I asked a question before buying it around this issue of pitting and one person wrote back immediately that she never has that problem with that pot. I hope I won't either!