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Xs Sight Systems Lever Action Lever Scout Mount Winchester 9
"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."
scott_from_dallas: Yes, the ad shows for burgers, chicken, etc. for sandwiches, but I use this thing mostly for bacon. Practically no mess and clean up means sacrificing about a half dozen paper towels. Frying bacon is the worst. If the splatter doesn't get you, the grease injestion will. While George doesn't make bacon low fat, this at least removes much of the grease out of the food.Burgers work well too, though if you are used to an outdoor gas grill, get some seasoning on the meat first. But for cooking burgers and then the buns indoor, this grill is top rate. But get the biggest one. The smaller ones just aren't big enough for more than one person.
Tommysmissus: We had bought a small grill (with bun warmer) which worked very well. However, I underestimated what size we needed and realized later that what we should have purchased was a much larger item. I hated to spend more money for a larger version of what I already had, but truth to tell "size does matter". There was no way to fit 4 nice sized burgers on the little grill, although 2-3 cooked great and tasted delicious. Anyway, I saw this grill on sale elsewhere and although the grill part is not removable, I considered that some time down the road the fact that the grill could be removed might be a problem. Later on, I read reviews that mentioned this. So we bought it, and there isn't one thing from vegetables to shrimp to chicken breasts to beef kabobs to steak that hasn't turned out really well. And the capacity is perfect - not too big, not too small. I'm able to get 2 really huge steaks (can you hear my arteries clogging?) on with no problem. I've learned a couple of things. One is how to clean it. Someone, either on this site or elsewhere advised how and I'll pass this on to you. After you've removed the cooked food, unplug the grill and lay damp paper towels on the grill and close the lid. I do this a couple of times and when dinner is over, the goop comes right off - no scrubbing and hence, no peeling of the interior. Secondly, this doesn't have a timer or temperature adjustment. We don't like meat rare. So, in order to get the steaks (or anything else for that matter) cooked how we like, I put the food on the grill and DO NOT close the lid. Then I turn the food over and cook that side. Then for a few minutes (depending upon how done we want the food) I close the lid and let both sides cook. I don't find this to be a problem or bothersome at all and I'm happy with how things turn out. For us to get our food medium or med. well, I've found that closing the lid for the entire duration of cooking blackens or burns the outer part of the meat. Because this is no longer availabe at Amazon I think perhaps it's not longer available anywhere. But I would suggest that for grills that are not removable, the way I described to clean this one would work equally well on another. In any case, this has proven to be a real time saver, very good value, well made and big enough to handle a family of 4 with no problem.
Barron Laycock "Labradorman": I make a mean egg, tunafish,and macaroni salad, mixed with diced green peppers and some slices of onion, as well. But to get it right you need great hard boiled eggs, which for aklutz like me is the single hardest part of the cooking process. But with this handy device, one get get great boiled eggs with very little trouble or spoilage.That said, the egg cooker produces a reliable result without having to wartch the pot boil, so to speak, or having to resort to calculating as to when the water is boiling, or how many eggs to drop in the pot to get the number you need, etc. Instead, it is a simple, straightforward and stress-free process, one that even an old mountain man like me can master.It also has some neat features, like an egg rack that lifts out when the eggs are done. You can then place the cooked eggs in cool water to complete the process. The cooker handles up to six eggs and also features a water measure with a piercing spike on the bottom, form-fitted with an egg depression. This serves to keep the egg from cracking during the boiling process. All in all, this is a handy, useful, and relatively simple device to use. Enjoy!
JK "[email protected]": I adore hard-boiled eggs. I love them hot and I love them cold. They can be a great source of protein for non-vegan vegetarians. If you look at all the choices of egg cooker on this web site, there is one unique feature of this cooker that sets it apart: it's tiny!I found the water measuring device somewhat confusing. The machine works on the principle that once the water surround the eggs is all boiled away, then the eggs will be done. You adjust the time the machine cooks the eggs by adjusting the amount of water. I've messed with trying different types of cooking, and came up with a fairly good soft-boiled egg. I had to experiment a little to get it, though. Plus, I live on the Gulf Coast; someone living in Denver would probably have to wait a little longer because of the difference in atmospheric pressure. There are two little poaching pans included with the appliance, but I've never used them. When the eggs are done, a buzzer will sound to tell you to come get them. This feature has worked perfectly on mine; if it didn't I'd take it back and exchange it.As I stated earlier, the unique feature of this particular cooker is its extremely compace size. The other cookers I looked at were either carousel-round or square, taking up much more space. This little jewel fits perfectly in an overhead cabinet, taking up no more room than a small plastic container. Plus, all the parts fit inside the lid to store! Additionally, the unit is easy to clean, at least for me.I travel a lot, and like to take a few hard-boiled eggs in my cooler for road food. This appliance is perfect for that. Highly recommended as an inexpensive gift.
Joanna Daneman: This is a common device in Europe--boiled eggs are a staple in Germany and the egg cooker delivers a reliable result without the trouble of standing over a boiling pot, calculating when the water boiled, how many eggs are in the pot, looking at a sandglass and using a sextant and barometer (ok, I exaggerate. You don't really need the sextant and barometer to make a proper soft-boiled egg.)The Salton cooker has a nice egg rack that lifts out when the eggs are done. You can take the boiled eggs to the sink to cool them in water (halts the cooking, keeps you from burning your fingers.) The settings, however, are different than European. Soft is medium-soft (white done, yolk liquid) medium is a medium hard yolk, and hard is the harboildegg for picnics and salads. (Some European models have a soft setting that is a very liquid egg such as you'd use in Caesar salad dressing. This model does not have that setting.) This cooker will handle up to six eggs and comes with a water measure that has a piercing spike on the bottom in an egg-shaped depression. The egg fits in there for piercing the shell lightly, which is supposed to keep the shell from cracking uncontrollably during cooking.Warning: the top gets VERY hot during use, so lift it off by the small end over the handle ONLY. There is an alarm to alert you when it's done, and an on-off-warm switch. All in all, a great device--well designed, compact and useful.