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Xs Sight Systems Ar 15 Blade 080 Front Blade 275 Blade 080
"Draws your eye to the sight and increases contrast on dark targets. Double-faced 30° angle blade offers 2.5 MOA elevation per click. .080"" wide version for improved accuracy at long range. Mfg: Xs Sight Systems SPECS: Stainless steel black matte finish. Includes sight adjustment tool. .080"" (2mm) or .030"" (7.6mm) wide white stripe square top."
M. Thomas: I would not recommend buying this ice cream maker. It is made entirely out of cheap plastic and the motor sounds like a dentist drill. Even the canister is made out of plastic and now there are scratches in it from when I scooped the ice cream out with a metal spoon. I followed the directions exactly and after 1 hour it was still liquid.The next time I used it (again having the canister in the freezer for 24 hours prior to making the recipe), I put the mixture in the canister and then put it in the freezer and covered it with tin foil. I hand-stirred the mixture every 10 minutes and after 1 hour, it was done.Instead of buying this product, I would recommend mixing the ingredients together and then putting it in a plain plastic container directly in the freezer. It will take 8-10 hours for it to harden. You can use the following recipe to start:10 oz plain frozen strawberries (slightly thawed)1/2 cup sugar10 oz heavy whipping creamPuree the strawberries and sugar. Mix in the whipping cream with the other ingredients for about 2 minutes or until the whipping cream thickens. Pour into a plastic container and place in the freezer. You may wish to stir the mixture every 2 hours so that it hardens more quickly.
N. Caronna: Great, quick machine. A little noisy, but similar to most ice cream machines...except makes fresh ice cream in 20-30 minutes!
NewMexJags: I bought this for my husband who is an ice cream junkie! We have both made ice cream the old fashioned way and the Cuisinart is so easy! We keep the bowl in the freezer ready to go! The bowl does need to freeze at least overnight. We run the ice cream maker for 30 min. It makes a nice soft serve ice cream, if you want it firmer put it in a container the freezer. The unit cleans up easily. I give this 5 stars!
Nicole S. Urdang: All you need to know is that mine broke the first time I used it. The clear top didn't fit on the base and when I went to dismantle the inner arm it broke in my hands.It may have been defective. I don't know. But, I certainly wouldn't recommend it.
njbookworm: I was impressed with the sale price, so I bought this on a whim. An ice cream maker rookie, I was rather skeptical by the ease-of-use claims. However, I was pleasantly surprised that the product *is* easy to use and makes yummy desserts in a very short period of time [Freezing Time + 10 Minutes (Prep) + 25 Minutes (Machine)].In order to make frozen desserts (anything from ice milk to margaritas), all you have to do is freeze the bowl, assemble the machine, pour in your ingredients and turn it on. That's it.Notes:- The instruction book contains a few basic recipies, including vanilla ice cream and sherbet, to get you started. This is helpful if you want to make a batch right away.- Watch the proportions in the recipies, as they are not exact. You may want to taste your mixture before putting it into the machine. (For example, the "Very Berry Frozen Yogurt" recipe featured in the book asked for only a 1/4 cup of sugar -- far too little.)- The machine is *considerably* louder than you may expect. (Think blender & old diswasher combined!) It would be prudent to make ice cream *before* guests come over -- or else you'll all be yelling over the din.- The machine contains no small or sharp parts. As such, small children (with your supervision) can use this to try out their cooking skills.Enjoy!