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Nice!!

 Thanks for posting the pictures.

I have an old Universal..climax model here. It's cool.

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That's a great find and I'll bet they are better quality then much of what you buy today.

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Did someone say scrapple yum

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Well I bet it is built better then the ones that you can buy today. Now I would make sure that the blade is sharpened and use it what can you loss.??

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Cool grinders, thanks for posting

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I've got one of these old hand grinders somewhere from my Grandmother.  how does one sharpen one of these?  I may have to try making my own sausage...

 

Thanks!

Brian

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I don't know anything about grinders, but Griswold made the finest cast iron pots ever.  I scour gargage sales and junk shops looking for those things.

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Here's what I found with a quick search; http://forum.doityourself.com/tools-sharpening-power-machinery/173255-sharpening-meat-grinder-knive-blade.htmlQuote:


Originally Posted by wbrian View Post

I've got one of these old hand grinders somewhere from my Grandmother.  how does one sharpen one of these?  I may have to try making my own sausage...

 

Thanks!

Brian

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I'm not trying to hijack2.gif

But after reading your post I remembered I had these

I'm going to use these next time I grind some meat

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