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Xs Sight Systems Ruger Mini 30 Rear Sight Ruger Mini 30 Adju
The potential accuracy of aperture sights with the sighting speed of open sights. All steel construction. Easy-to-install fully machined all-steel sights with windage and elevation-adjustable bases are pre-machined to fit quickly using the rear scope base holes on many popular rifles. A fast accurate sight for brush hunting applications. Adjustments are secured with dual setscrews. Mfg: Xs Sight Systems
Paul Gifford: For years we had a stovetop popcorn popper that had a handle to turn which stirred the kernels. It made great popcorn but it finally fell apart. I bought this to replace it.It's been a huge hit in our house. Not only does it make great popcorn but it's great fun to watch it work. It's so much fun that the movie doesn't start in our house until the popcorn is made. I tell the kids, "go start the movie and I'll bring in the popcorn." They won't go - they'd rather watch the popcorn pop first, trying to guess which kernel will be first to pop. (My oldest son always says he gets it right...amazing!)The popcorn comes out tasting great - no complaints there. It's fast too, faster than doing it on the stove. The unit is easy to clean (with one exception - see below), even though no part of it is dishwasher safe.Here are some tips on getting the best use from this. First, as soon as the popcorn is done popping flip it over and remove the base. Even if you unplug it the base remains quite hot and the popcorn will quickly burn unless you do this. Second, don't bother melting butter in the top compartment. It doesn't all melt and it just makes the lid/bowl that much harder to clean. We butter, salt, and serve the popcorn in separate (dishwasher safe) bowls which really makes this unit easy to clean.So what are you waiting for? It's inexpensive and works great. What more could you ask for?
P. Collins: My last two West Bend Stir Crazy popcorn poppers lasted 3 years or more while this one lasted less than 3 months. Guess its like everything else they don't make them like they used to. I bought a Orville unit at K**L's when it was on sale and its been working great for almost a year now.
Peggy T.: works, seems to pop very well
P. Gerard: Made good popcorn but after a few months of casual use the teflon began to peel off. Not something I particularly want to eat along with my crunchy corn.
Phil: I used my popper and it worked very well. The instructions called for 1 cup of popcorn unless useing gormet popcorn, then use 3/4 cup. I used 3/4 cup of gormet popping corn, which was still a bit much as every kernel popped. The butter holder located on top works pretty good, just make sure you use soft butter, and thin pats. The popcorn tastes very good, and comes out dry and crunchy. If you are looking for a popper I think this is a good one.