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Brownells Steel Pilots Steel Pilot For 44 Muzzle
"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."
TheWebWoman: I had an aluminum version of this same pressure cooker that I loved and used for many years. I finally boiled something dry in it and it warped the bottom to the point that I couldn't use it any more. I decided to upgrade to a stainless version because aluminum may or may not be good to cook in depending on who you ask. This pot is considerably thinner than the aluminum one which I chalk up to steel being more durable, but the big problem with this one is that the handle on the lid doesn't line up with the handle on the pot. It ends up being slightly to the left so then I have to back it off a little so that the safety knob will pop up to lock the lid. It doesn't feel unsafe and it cooks well, but it is annoying and feels cheap. I guess I'm stuck with this one but I won't be buying another one online if I can help it. I'll be opening the box in the store and making sure the lid works first next time.
thrifty shopper: I bought this 6-qt stainless pressure cooker and have been very pleased with it. The bottom is triple clad, and heavy-duty. It is 'induction' ready, too, for those who cook by this method. This pressure cooker is well worth the money and works well, cleans up well, and can accomodate the same stainless trivet and "little pan" that goes into the 8-qt stainless pressure cooker (which I bought before I got this 6-qt one.)
Timmerlee: I've used a 6-qt. aluminum pressure cooker for years. It finally bit the dust so I decided to try a stainless steel cooker. This one is taller, but not as wide, as my previous cooker. However, it is plenty big to hold a 3-4 pound chicken or roast, which is what I usually cook in it. So far I really like it - and no problems yet with hardware rusting like I've read in a few reviews. I would recommend this one to anyone who needs a not-too-big pressure cooker!
TJTomato: I am very happy with the quality, price, and versatility of this pressure cooker. I have made some great tasting quick meals in a pinch, and use it as a 6 quart sauce pan as well. It works well with my induction cooktop. As with any pressure cooker be careful with moving it!
Tribulation Exodus: Extremely well made. Assembly was pretty 101 easy. 6 quart is the perfect size for beans and lintels. If we were omnivores we'd need a bigger pot, but for vegans, 6 quart is perfect. Stainless steel is high quality and supposedly healthier than aluminum.