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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."
C. Weaver: Super easy, no mess, no sharp edges.Why bother with a battery powered version with plastic gears that will wear out, this is easy and very effective.
Dana: This is an updated review. I was having trouble with it leaving metal shavings that could fall in the food, but found that if you don't turn it past the point you start, you don't get metal shavings. So, now I like this product a lot more. You can tell that you've reached where you started when it clicks and moves with much less pressure.
David A. Schwarzkopf: As mentioned previously, this can-opener opens cans through the side of the rim, not cutting through the top. This ensures no sharp edges; though it's a bit harder to turn, (if I had arthritis, this would not be my opener of choice). Though initially expensive, you get what you pay for in this case. Kuhn Rikon quality and durability that has lasted me 6 years, (and still running), coupled with classic good-looks. I don't plan on buying another one of these, and I'm quite sure I won't have to.There's a bit of a learning curve with this opener, (ok, it takes 15 seconds for a normal gent to figure out), basically, you approach the can with the nose of the opener pointed downward and opened. You then push the large black cutting wheel against the edge, and then tilt the whole thing level, closing the opener once you get to that point. I felt compelled to leave the step-by-step process, as it appears some reviewers haven't been able to figure out how to use a can opener! To think, I share the road with these same folks.
David Nobel: I can't imagine the Deluxe Kuhn being improved on any time soon, and at any rate, I am so satisfied with it that I can't see myself spending money on a replacement even if it is. This thing is innovative, sturdy, attractive, practically effortless to use, and superior in every way to every other opener I have come across.I was surprised to read a review here claiming that for the elderly and those with arthritic hands, this opener is more difficult to use than conventional openers. While I do not have manual mobility issues myself, this is so far from my own experience that I really wonder if the reviewer owns a defective sample. There is no can opener I have ever used that comes close to my Deluxe Kuhn in ergonomics/ease of use. The large, vinyl-covered knob, which has a somewhat soft feel and is easy to grip between thumb and two fingers, spins freely on its own when the opener is not engaged, as though it runs on ball bearings. In use, I find it difficult to impossible, in fact, to gauge when I have finished running through the can and am simply twirling round through the opened gap. Perhaps it is the fact that it turns in the horizontal instead of the vertical plane that causes problems for some people.
David S. Lott: This is an excellent product. Here's why:1. Sturdy. Easy and comfortable to grasp when using.2. Minimal effort to turn mechanism. Easy on fingers.3. Greatly reduces spill and overflow in opening cans.4. Big shiny handle with red tip makes it easy to find in drawer.5. No sharp edges on top after removal--a nice safety factor.6. Stays cleaner than traditional can openers.As noted in the description and many reviews, this product operates on a somewhat different basis than most other can openers. Don't worry. It's a no brainer to use.Better than electric in my opinion. Cleaner, takes less space, just as easy to use.