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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."
Amazon Customer: This is my second presto stainless steel. The first one is still going strong, in constant use since 1984. The old one is twice the size of this one, and I bought this smaller pressure cooker so I can cook smaller portions.it works perfectly as intended.
amybobamy "amybobamy": I was really looking forward to getting the Presto 6 Qt. Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker. My mother had used one, and the name "Presto" really meant something to me. Even though I was unfamiliar with this kind of cooker, the previous reviews left me confident that this one in particular would be a good choice.Yikes! I opened the Amazon carton only to find a very small box for a 6-qt. cooker. Turns out, this pressure cooker will arrive at your door IN NEED OF ASSEMBLY. Well, I was still game. Pulled out my handy dandy Philips screwdriver and carefully followed directions. The long handles had one screw only -- Not much for all the weight and pressure that pressure cooker handles must endure -- But I still gave it a shot.I made Chicken Chutney (recipe in the instruction booklet) which was "okay" -- Let's suppose that I haven't used a pressure cooker before (too true, too true). So if the dish was "meh," that could be my fault. But ...As I was washing the cooker, it really became clear that the handle was loose. The screw was as tight as possible (the instructions warn against screwing it too tight lest the plastic break), and the handle itself was clearly loose. So. . .I am returning it to Amazon (they have made this very easy, UPS will even pick it up from my home). In the meantime, I will be looking for a good quality stainless pressure cooker that is securely made, and doesn't come with "assembly required."
an honest reviewer: This pressure cooker is great for getting all of the flavors out of chicken and the broth gets a lovely golden color.Also good for stews.I know many people are afraid of using pressure cookers, but when you know the taste will be much richer,it's worth using,definitely.Highly recommended.
Anh Phan: This is the first time I owned a pressure cooker. It's very easy to use and helps me cut down the time to cook beans, meat,.. subtantially.
An Informed User: At first I hated the heavy metal cap that sits on top of the steam valve. I always forgot to take it off before opening the lid, and one time it fell down hard on the floor, almost hitting my toes. Turns out there's a purpose. It's a visual/audio indicator of how much steam is coming out. If it rocks too fast then I'd need to lower the fire. On a pressure cooker, more heat doesn't cook any faster. It only wastes gas/electricity and drains out the liquid inside faster.Although the manual recommends waiting for the steam to go away by itself before opening the lid, or dunk the whole thing into cold water, which could be a few minutes. I usually take a very long spatula, position my hand below the lid and gently pry the rocker cap off to let the steam out faster. If you do this, be very careful or else you'd get burn. Seriously, this is hotter than normal steam.It works very well. Holds pressure much better than my old Mantra pressure cooker, and thus tenderizes the meat much faster.At first I was hesitant to buy stainless steel, because it's more expensive and doesn't conduct heat well. But the bottom has a layer of other metal to absorb heat, so it's not any different compared to my aluminum Mantra cooker. Stainless is easier to clean as well, and looks better. Some people worry that aluminum causes alzheimer, but there's no medical proof of it. Oh well, at least I get the stainless steel so that I don't have to wonder.