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Xs Sight Systems Lever Action Lever Scout Mount Marlin 1894
"Lightweight Weaver-style mount positions an extended eye relief scope forward of the receiver for quick both-eyes-open sighting. Weaver-style base features multiple cross slots for attaching a wide range of electronic and optical sights. Mounts to existing holes and rear sight dovetail. Sets low to allow use of iron sights without removing mount. Requires no modifications to rifle. Marlin models available for 1895 Guide Gun 1894 and 336 rifles. Winchester fits Model 94's with rear sight dovetail 4"" forward of receiver. a Mfg: Xs Sight Systems SPECS: Aluminum black matte finish. 8"" (20.3cm) long. Includes instructions plastic punch hex wrench and Loctite. Winchester also includes bedding compound."
freckles527: Moving into our RV I wanted to learn some microwave meal options. I purchased this item thinking it would suck, but it was only $15 so the price was worth testing. My first test was Pasta (bow tie). It took a bit to get the time correct since I read to ensure it doesn't overflow keep the power level at 70, but pasta came out fine. Second was steam fresh veggies and these came out awesome. Then the real test for me was rice. Using 1 1/2 Cups Jasmine Rice, 2 1/2 Cups Water, Salt to Taste. Power Level 70. Time 20 minutes. Perfect Rice! I cooked the following meals all using the microwave:Shrimp & Veggie Alfredo PastaRed Beans & Rice w/Smoked SausageMac N'CheeseEven it this item only last for a year or two it is worth it. I'm very happy with this gadget and was pleasantly surprised.
grammaj: I have one of these and it's many, years old. All I have left is the bowl and the lid ( have no idea where the other pieces went to ). I cook potato casseroles in it too - the boxed kind and home made. I have a very low wattage microwave and start with 3 min. on high and 17 min. on 5 for rice - no over flow and perfect rice. And I always cook boxed casseroles lower than the directions say because of over flow. I love this dish because of the high sides and use it for many frozen vegies too. I have never cooked pasta in but after reading all the reviews, I will now.
Howdy06mom "howdy06mom": I never make rice on the stove and always use the microwave. This product offers a much larger capacity than my Pampered Chef brand so i can double the recipe without spillover.
Jack E. Wilson "carlsbadjack": I keep two or three of these on hand. They are an excellent inexpensive gift when you visit someone. Though inexpensive, I absolutely love them. They cook rice and vegetable to perfection. And for some people, those are both challenging endeavors, and I hate rice when not done properly.
James Allen: There are very few products for which I will give a five star recommendation. This is one of the few. I received this cooker many years ago as a gift and did not use it at first. Let me preface this by saying I am a huge fan of the Japanese sticky rice and it is very difficult to find a device that will cook it well. This little microwave pot does it exactly right. I have steamed vegetables in it, cooked pasta, and of course loads of sticky rice. If you follow the instructions, you really can't screw up with this one. I did learn to set my microwave at 70-80% before cooking or the rice would boil over and leave a sticky mess in the microwave. Definately a must have for any kitchen that needs fast, healthy meals m/ a microwave.