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Old 11-04-2010, 10:12 PM   #1
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Sausage stuffer $14.97 at Sportsman's Guide

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/c ... ecid=EX44E

I have no idea how good it is, but the price is right.
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Old 11-05-2010, 08:39 AM   #2
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Re: Sausage stuffer $14.97 at Sportsman's Guide

Well thats cheap. Seems like the lowest I've seen on the imported 3 pound lever action models was around 25 bucks. The sideways version with the crank handle seem to recall as being higher. Wonder why they show two in the pic? They calling it a sauce stuffer. Not sure whuts up with that. It could be a trick.

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Old 11-05-2010, 06:01 PM   #3
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Re: Sausage stuffer $14.97 at Sportsman's Guide

If your going to be serious http://www.grizzly.com/products/5-lb-Ve ... r-SS/H6252
More $, less work.
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Well thanks for the link. I know the five pound vertical import from Nothern Tools is rumored to work very well. It was priced slightly higher than the other last time I looked but by just about ten bucks or so. Now all I have ever used is the 3 pound lever action model. I like it mainly because one person can use it and it dont have to be anchored to anything. Mine come from the Sausage Maker in Buffler Noo Yawk and is made in Americka. I have tried stuffing with my big Mama 1 hp grinder but havent been very succesful in turning out a decent string of links. I always go back to the old stuffer.

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Re: Sausage stuffer $14.97 at Sportsman's Guide

Northern Hydralics and Grizzley are one and both the same.
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Ok I am speaking of Northern Tool and Supply I think they call it. They have a retail store down here which unless your looking for something fairly exotic Wally World prob got it for about the same price. They have a nice selection of meat handling stuff.

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I have a stuffer like that and I hate it. I wont even use it any more. Save your money and buy a nice one !
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That John Pen is a smart man. I'd take his advice!
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I have a stuffer like that and I hate it. I wont even use it any more. Save your money and buy a nice one !
I may have given him that stuffer....after I sold the small good one to Bubba......
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I have a stuffer like that and I hate it. I wont even use it any more. Save your money and buy a nice one !
I may have given him that stuffer....after I sold the small good one to Bubba......
Christ if you sold it to Pen he would have drank the dollar amount in free beer from you when he came to pick it up!
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