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Inexpensive Jerky Tool

post #1 of 10
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My wife brought this home from Wally for $14.99

 

Not bad so i guess i gotta give it a go.

 

jb

 

 

Holds1 lb and maybe just a tad more.

tube

 

tube2

post #2 of 10

My dad got me the same one so I can make venison and elk jerky for him. I like the single strip and the round one but didn't like the double strip one...just couldn't get it to come out evenly. Other than that it worked great

post #3 of 10

Hey nepas, what ever happened with your jerky shooter from Northern Tool?  Or did I miss the follow up post?

 

-Salt

post #4 of 10
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Hey nepas, what ever happened with your jerky shooter from Northern Tool?  Or did I miss the follow up post?

 

-Salt



Its here.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/116142/pizza-nacho-cheese-sticks

post #5 of 10

Roger that.  Just read it.  Seems to be an ok gadget for a quick batch of sticks.  Have you tried making jerky with it as of yet?

 

-Salt

post #6 of 10
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Originally Posted by GrayStratCat View Post

Roger that.  Just read it.  Seems to be an ok gadget for a quick batch of sticks.  Have you tried making jerky with it as of yet?

 

-Salt



Not yet. Soon i will

post #7 of 10

I have a cheap one like that too and it work just OK. The pain is filling it 5 times for a batch of jerky  

post #8 of 10

Do you have to pump it like a caulking gun or is it spring loaded?

post #9 of 10

Not sure on the one Nepas has but mine is like a caulking gun 

post #10 of 10

Bet your hand get tired.

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