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post #21 of 32
Just happened to notice that Amazon has the Alsing Meat Claws in stock again, listed at $16.99. It would be nice if the seller would offer the discount again.
post #22 of 32

I have them.  My wife says they are the wolf claws.  Received as a gift from a daughter a few months ago.  I've pulled pork and beef, plus used them for moving hot meat if my gloves weren't readily available.  Just last night used them for moving a cold cross rib roast around the counter while making thin slices for French dip sandwiches.  I use them because I have them.  I keep them in the kitchen not with my BBQ/smoker stuff.  They work as advertised.  Are they 100% necessary?  Nope.  Handy?  Yep. 

post #23 of 32
I offer this comment with the caution that wives are always correct, even if the evidence indicates otherwise. I have both Wolf Claws and Alsing Meat Claws. They are somewhat different. They both seem to work equally well but I personally find the Alsings to be more comfortable.
post #24 of 32
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Originally Posted by SmokingOhioButcher View Post
 

 


Hey !!! I made one of those! Yup I did...all by myself!  Works great!

Check it out!

 

 

 

 

Use it a little for chunkier pulled pork....or a lot for full fledged shredded pork!

 

SOB

That's a really awesome idea. I guess it just fits in a drill?

post #25 of 32
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Originally Posted by Mdboatbum View Post

That's a really awesome idea. I guess it just fits in a drill?

Wow, if I put that puller in my drill I think I would end up with pulled pork accented wall...actually, that might be appropriate for me. icon_biggrin.gif
post #26 of 32

You have to use a deep bowl. I use a 20qt pot that's pretty deep. Otherwise you'll have pulled pork wallpaper. Not bad if you're a "saving it for later" type.

post #27 of 32
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Originally Posted by rexster314 View Post
 

 I use a 20qt pot that's pretty deep.

 

Oh no, bigger.... a 5 gallon bucket!  <chuckles>

 

You guys should get together with the Kirby Mixer on another post and build one universal tool !

post #28 of 32

Sorry for resurrecting an old post, but I use a spaghetti scoop to shred any parts that are too hot to do by hand. Saves buying another widget and works just as good. 

post #29 of 32

I used both bbq gloves and the Bear Claws.  Using the gloves I found it difficult to get all off the fat off so I begin with the gloves and use the claws after.  I just got them for Christmas and love them!

post #30 of 32
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Originally Posted by AJBert View Post
 

I know Cabela's sells them but I prefer to use my on paws.  I've found I can "feel" the fatty spots and get them out better than my eyes can see them.  Yes, I wash my hands thoroughly and make sure the meat has cooled enough to be pulled by hand.  Learned that last part the very first time I pulled!

iv seen them at cabelas as well....but if you smoke to 200*IT most of the time you can just scrape it apart with a fork or tongs or whatever you got in your hand

post #31 of 32
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Originally Posted by cole5000 View Post

It just looked easier we use forks now it just seems to take forever

 

Shred

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by eman View Post
 

Bear paws are the stuff. i usually put on my meat gloves and do it by hand .

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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post



This is what I use when I pull pork! Harbor freight nitrale gloves. I buy boxes of them for use when I am epoxying boat parts together.
 

 

 

Pulled

post #32 of 32

Hi,

 

I found this hand puller very safe, easy to use and room saver. It shred any cooked meat in minutes

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mua7Luk2s8

 

http://imarca.com.ve/Meat-shredder.php

 

Best regards

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