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Xs Sight Systems Marlin 1895 Drc Winged Sight Set Marlin 189
"Give your 1895 Guide Gun an extremely durable sight that withstands the toughest hunting and field use. Sturdy steel wings protect the rear sight body from damage. Windage and elevation adjustable ghost-ring rear furnished with .191"" and .230"" diameter apertures. One-piece front post and base has highly visible .100"" wide white line front post. Mfg: Xs Sight Systems SPECS: Steel black matte finish. 1895 - fits Model 1895 with .700"" and 1.00"" c-to-c front ramp screws. .300"" high front blade."
ellen foster: These are the best travel mugs EVER! You have to squeeze the handle to open the hole at the top, so when you knock it over on your desk, you do not spill coffee all over your important documents, or computer, or People Magazine.
Holflaffer: I've owned one of these for over ten years and other than a few small dents, it's held up perfectly with almost daily use. What sets this mug apart from other stainless steel vacuum insulated mugs is:1) There is some distance between the hole where the liquid comes out and where your lips touch the edge. This allow you to sip hot liquid without burning your lip.2) The mechanism for opening and closing the mug is super easy - you just squeeze the lever. Other systems require flipping over a cover or turning a dial and are too much trouble, usually leading to those mugs remaining open all the time.3) The shape of the mug allows it to fit in most small car cup holders.I was fearful that my mug would eventually fail and was pleased to see they still made them, so I ordered another as a spare. Of course, with a lifetime warranty, my original mug will probably outlast me. I was also pleased to see the mug is nearly identical to my old mug. They only changed the texture on the silicone grip and bottom plastic piece.The only downside that this mug has with many competitors is it's not leak proof, but just leak resistant, so if it does fall over, some liquid will come out, but it's usually a small mess to clean up.
J. Reader "J.R.": I keep this thermos mug on my desk at work. I have had it for a month and I am very happy with it. It keeps my coffee hot for hours. Very easy to sip out of, no drips, no mess.
MAGGIEMAY: I have been purchasing these exact travel mugs for 15 years. there are none better, does not spill or leak.
M. Allen Greenbaum: As with many other products on Amazon.com, the "Ultimate" earned pretty much of a bimodal distribution: People seem to basically love or really dislike the "Travel Tumbler." Either the quality control at Nissan is terrible (i.e., people are getting tumblers that differ greatly in quality), or the reviews themselves are just not very reliable. Coffee lovers may be a pretty emotional bunch when it comes to their preferred caffeine delivery method, and some of the complaints seem steeped more in emotion than practicality. I'll try clarifying the bases of my own evaluation, which places the "Ultimate's" performance somewhere between the very good/very bad polarity I see here.1. LEAKING: Unlike what one person said, it does NOT leak like a "colander." When you squeeze the handle-like mechanism, a small hole at the top of the lid depresses. The problem is that this coffee will drain though the "covered" hole, albeit very slowly: If I lift the cup WITHOUT squeezing the "HANDLE" as if to take a sip, a slow, very small stream of coffee comes out the apparently sealed top. Although the product description above touts that the container is spill-proof, rather than leak-proof, this slight leakage is psychologically annoying given the price and the expected performance. Practically speaking, however, it's not that important: You won't leak or spill a hot beverage if the "tumbler" is basically upright. The rubberized grip surrounding the center provides a comfortable and secure grip.2. COFFEE NOSE: Other Nissan beverage holders have drinkers complaining that residual liquid on the top of the lid leaves a spot on their noses when they go for their next sip. It's true that a small amount of liquid is left (and this, too, will spill if, for some muckraking reason, you choose to hold the tumbler upside-down to disprove the anti-spill claims of Nissan), but it settles down far enough from where you drink that it leaves your nose alone, which is exactly what it should do.3. TEMPERATURE: I found that it does NOT keep my beverage very hot for hours. At 45 minutes, my coffee was still very hot, but noticeable cooling occurred after about an hour. You can minimize temperature reduction by pre-warming the tumbler with very, very hot water, and filling it with the hottest possible drink possible. However, even the double steel container doesn't hold in the heat nearly as well as the Nissan thermos. This is probably the biggest disappointment, although a fairly negligible one personally (my longest drive is generally about an hour). Those who insist on very hot coffee for periods of one hour or more, however, may be disappointed.4. CLEANING: Yes, there is a small white ring around the top of the container for insulation. I have not had any problem with accumulated debris, odors, or with other nasty things that reviewers have described. Simply cleaning it after each use should do the trick; I'll update this review if I find the tumbler particularly resistant to cleaning. However, other Nissan travel mugs either have similar problems or don't have the convenient squeeze handle.Recommendation: Resistant to leaking and unlikely to spill, the Nissan still fails to meet expectations, especially given the cost. A more important problem, then, is that its heat retention is unsatisfactory for periods much longer than an hour. My recommendation (one that I wish I had heard before) is to wait for more current reviews of the commuter mug rated #1 by the venerable "Wall Street Journal," but not yet available due to current demand: The Zojirushi Tumbler ([...] //www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00004S57G/qid=1137462602/sr=1-25/ref=sr_1_25/103-7519344-0327817?%5Fencoding=UTF8&v;=glance&n;=284507). The Nissan 14-Ounce Leak-Proof Insulated Travel Mug, though not without its critics, also looks promising.