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hoytarcheryrocks
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Oct-29-15, 
07:45 PM (MST)
" Best meat grinder"

Have a freezer full of elk meat. Im looking for info on a good meat grinder. Thanks

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: Best meat...  DW      Oct-29-15   1 
  RE: Best meat...  hoytarchery...      Oct-30-15   2 
   RE: Best meat...  DW      Oct-30-15   3 
    RE: Best meat...  DW      Oct-30-15   4 
     RE: Best meat...  mmwb      Nov-12-15   5 

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DW
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Oct-29-15, 
09:41 PM (MST)
1. "RE: Best meat grinder"

LAST EDITED ON Oct-29-15 AT 09:49 PM (MST)

Heres the one I got. Its my second one, gave the first one to my dad hes still usein it. Guys are gonna tell u u need to spend 2-5 times this much on a cabelas pro grade grinder. If yer gonna be doin 10 elk/fall spend the money. If yer doin a deer, elk, and antelope a year, save yer money, buy this one, its all ya need.

https://jet.com/product/detail/41b1d1002cdf437d863cf2f163b2351b?jcmp=pla:ggl:brands_home_garden_a1:kitchen_dining_kitchen_appliances_food_grinders_mills_a1_other:na:na:na:na:na:2&code=PLA15&k_clickid=d8c7ef29-1b35-4571-8652-bb8759671917&gclid=CjwKEAjwh8exBRDyyqqH9pvf1ncSJAAu4OE3zmyjXiitQRlrLj4UyK1437zAS5KJWFPHPRU88NP8ShoCaqPw_wcB

Ace hardware carries em round here.

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Oct-30-15, 
05:15 AM (MST)
2. "RE: Best meat grinder"

>LAST EDITED ON Oct-29-15
>AT 09:49 PM (MST)

>
>Heres the one I got. Its
>my second one, gave the
>first one to my dad
>hes still usein it. Guys
>are gonna tell u u
>need to spend 2-5 times
>this much on a cabelas
>pro grade grinder. If yer
>gonna be doin 10 elk/fall
>spend the money. If yer
>doin a deer, elk, and
>antelope a year, save yer
>money, buy this one, its
>all ya need.
>
>https://jet.com/product/detail/41b1d1002cdf437d863cf2f163b2351b?jcmp=pla:ggl:brands_home_garden_a1:kitchen_dining_kitchen_appliances_food_grinders_mills_a1_other:na:na:na:na:na:2&code=PLA15&k_clickid=d8c7ef29-1b35-4571-8652-bb8759671917&gclid=CjwKEAjwh8exBRDyyqqH9pvf1ncSJAAu4OE3zmyjXiitQRlrLj4UyK1437zAS5KJWFPHPRU88NP8ShoCaqPw_wcB
>
>Ace hardware carries em round here.
>What the HP on the motor ?


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Oct-30-15, 
07:33 AM (MST)
3. "RE: Best meat grinder"

Looked thru all the paperwork and the box,doesn't give an hp rating only a 500 watt peak output. I grind it all, that lower leg (shank) meat that's full of sinew, it chews right thru it. When I take it apart after I finish an animal I'll find some of that stuff wrapped around the end of the auger.

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Oct-30-15, 
07:37 AM (MST)
4. "RE: Best meat grinder"

http://www.rapidtables.com/convert/power/watt-to-hp.htm

1/2 horse

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Nov-12-15, 
11:15 PM (MST)
5. "RE: Best meat grinder"

I do have a 1 hp cabelas grinder. It'll take frozen chunks without slowing down. That being said, as stated above, I ground meat with smaller grinders for years and they do fine for most. Pace it to the machine so it doesn't overheat. I just went bigger, figuring a lifetime investment and I could afford it at the time.

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