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Xs Sight Systems Marlin 1895 Lever Rail Sight Set Marlin 189
"One-piece front base plus a fully adjustable ghost ring rear sight for Marlin lever guns. Hunters and competitive shooters alike will benefit from the faster sighting offered by the .191"" and .230"" inside diameter rear apertures and .100"" wide white line front sight blade. Lever Rail Ghost Ring sets include a rear ghost ring sight that mounts in the milled sight recess on the XS Sight Systems Lever Rail. Mfg: Xs Sight Systems SPECS: Steel black matte finish. 1895 Ghost Ring Set - Fits Marlin 1895 with .700"" and 1.00"" c-to-c front ramp screws. .528"" high front sight measured from top of barrel to top of blade."
Critical Eyes: If the product that I received had looked like the photo--I'm sure it would have been great. What I got in the mail looked like a manufacturing defect. The edges were poorly cut, the seam was poorly molded. It looked like it had been melted at some point. I returned it.
DONNA SUE DELISLE: I tried this and it works great! At first I thought what the heck. But soon I realized that it is really cool and fast to use. I love garlic but hate to peel it!
Douglas Schifter "food maestro": After having some difficulty peeling a clove which it never really did a good job, i have come to the conclusion that bashing the clove with a large knife or cleaver or a chop and bash tool is better and faster than this method. The peeler is a bit too large in circumference and did a poor job when i tried it. The amount of rolling the clove took was excessive and it took longer than it would have had i just bashed it. That is probably the reason that professional chefs dont use a device like this and just go for the speed and simplicity of the knife bash. If you want to spend the day rolling cloves then buy this but i would not recommend it as a serious device and technique.
Elezar Kenig: Friend had one, I searched and found this. The one my friend had had very small ridges on the inside wheras this one is smooth. I think those small ridges really helped to peel. (When I say small, I mean like hairline) This works but it's not quite as good as I was hoping.
Emily: I use this sometimes, and it mostly removes the peel from garlic. Some cloves that are odd shaped (flat ones particularly) it doesn't work well for. Also some kinds of garlic have stiffer peels and it doesn't work for those.