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Old 05-15-2009, 04:54 PM   #1
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JERKY CANNON

Has anyone used this piece of equipment before? I just got one at Academy and thinking of what to make first... Here's the details:

http://www.lemproducts.com/product/3...rs_accessories


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JERKY CANNON
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You asked for a heavy duty jerky maker with a large capacity - well, here it is - HOLDS 1-1/2 POUNDS

LEM's, the original Jerky Cannon. The Jerky Cannon barrel is made of anodized aluminum. The ends of the barrel are flared to allow for easy loading and insertion of the piston. The drive is heavy duty, with plastic coated steel handle, stainless steel rod and a heavy plastic piston. The Jerky Cannon comes with 2 stainless steel nozzles - a 3/16" x1-3/16" flat jerky nozzle and a 1/2" ID round snack stick nozzle. These nozzles attach quickly with a 1/2 turn of the retaining ring. In addition, there are 2 packages of Backwoods Seasoning - 1 Original Jerky and 1 Snack Stick, each package seasons 5 pounds of ground meat. Also included is a nylon brush to make cleaning the barrel a breeze. Comes with complete directions. 1
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Old 05-16-2009, 07:00 AM   #2
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You can kaulk you windows & door trim with it
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You can kaulk you windows & door trim with it
I believe you are right about that JB... Caulk with bacon fat
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