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Xs Sight Systems Dxw Big Dot Sights For Sig Sauer Springfiel
High-visibility sight combinations put you on target faster in high stress or low light conditions by pulling your eyes to the front sight. Sight set includes non-tritium white line V-notch for the rear sight green tritium dot surrounded by a white ring for the front. Low profile no-snag design is great for carry and combat competition guns. Matched sight sets offer direct replacement of factory sights. Big Dot (BD) front sight has a large easy-to-see white ring surrounding the tritium dot. Airlite Ti replaces pinned front sight on fixed sight guns requires drilling for pin. Mfg: Xs Sight Systems
csm: I've had this colander for 9 years now and just LOVE it! It has ample holes which to drain anything from pasta to veggies with great ease. I love the footed base which makes it very easy to just stand it on the partition between my two sinks and drain anything so I don't have to put my food into a germy sink at all. No signs of rust whatsoever, it looks fabulous, like I spent $50 on it, and it's just been one of the best items in my kitchen. I originally bought this for a co-worker for a wedding gift and liked the looks of it so much I bought one for myself. Sure am glad - it's used almost daily in our house. Highly, highly recommend!
"designerchef": I've seen a lot of colanders and personally, they're all about the same. What makes the Amco Colander better than others is that it uses standard sizes and they're known for their high quality steel. This is one of those where you can substitute for a cheaper product but if you got the money, go for it. =)
Maxine: I love the way this looks, however, because of the limited holes, the water does not drain fast enough. I would not recommend it.
midnight821: The Amco 6-quart Stainless-Steel Colander is an excellent buy. The colander is made of quality steel and feels very sturdy. The handles have a good, solid grip and the stainless steel is a good thickness. I find the 6-quart size to be about right for most general purposes and it provides a little extra room for larger jobs. The colander could use a few extra holes (or larger ones) to aid in draining the contents completely, but I found it to work well overall. Quality this item gets five stars, the only thing I found to be lacking was the holes. Generally speaking, this is the best price and quality you can get for a stainless steel colander. Definitely recommended.UPDATE 5/19/10: The Amco 6-quart Stainless-Steel Colander is still going strong. While I am still happy with my purchase, the lack of proper holes for draining is more of an issue now. The holes on the side and bottom make draining a little slow, but the bottom support tends to cover your drain if you are not careful. Some models have leg supports, but this is a solid piece all the way around it. With minimal holes in the bottom and a solid support, the water can build up in the sink. For the price and quality, I still recommend the item, but it verges on the three to four star rating.
Ardo: First off, when it was delivered to my place, I was quite happy and it looked like it's a good product.Cooked some salmon on it (cooked it with some butter) and boom! Stain won't come off even when I hand washed it right away.Ok, I thought it's supposed to be like that?Then, the next day, I cooked some chicken (with some olive oil) with it, and yeah....the stain became worse...And guess what, because I forgot to wipe some small water bubbles and left it overnight, those water bubble spots became rusty now.So yep, gonna throw this thing away. Only used it two times too. A waste of money.If you need to buy a wok, don't get this one.