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#6074687 - 12/09/15 09:35 AM Recommend a good sausage stuffer
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I usually do 2 deer or hogs max at one time, once or twice a year. Have used my #32 hand crank grinder to stuff for years but think its to get a dedicated stuffer. Any input appreciated. Looking to be in the $200-$300 range and right now leaning towards this one. The made in China part bugs me.

Not sure if I need 15# capacity but sounds right.
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#6075170 - 12/09/15 01:41 PM Re: Recommend a good sausage stuffer [Re: chalet]
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I just bought one the other day at Gander Mountain. It has their label on it but looks identical to that one! I got the smallest one(5 lber) for a C note. I think many of them are made by the same company and branded for the various sporting goods stores.
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#6075219 - 12/09/15 02:13 PM Re: Recommend a good sausage stuffer [Re: chalet]
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Had a chance to use it yet? I have a $20 off coupon to Northern Tool. Thinking about picking up the Kitchner 15#. Should put me right at $200 otd. Seems like 5# would be a little on the small side if you're churning out 50# of sausage. Again though, I have never used a dedicated stuffer so it might be fine.


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#6075505 - 12/09/15 05:15 PM Re: Recommend a good sausage stuffer [Re: chalet]
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This weekend, I'll put her to use. I thought I should get the larger one but after doing it several years with just my meat grinder I'll be fine with the 5lber. It will be a marked improvement.
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#6075523 - 12/09/15 05:33 PM Re: Recommend a good sausage stuffer [Re: chalet]
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That one there looks like it will work. IMO, as long as it has metal gears it will be ok. I have the LEM 15 #'r, works great. The reason I got the bigger one is because normally when I make sausage I make a lot, so less stopping to reload.
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#6075818 - 12/09/15 08:08 PM Re: Recommend a good sausage stuffer [Re: chalet]
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I have the Kirchner 5# stuffer and love it.
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#6076321 - 12/10/15 07:41 AM Re: Recommend a good sausage stuffer [Re: chalet]
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I received a 5lb one as a gift a while back. Personally, I'd recommend going with something bigger, 10lbs +.

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#6089158 - 12/17/15 10:12 AM Re: Recommend a good sausage stuffer [Re: chalet]
chalet Offline
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Ordered the Kitchener 15# and it arrived yesterday. Looks pretty good for the money. Unfortunately the deer didn't cooperate last weekend and show up to get shot so it might be a little bit before I get to use it. Will update once I do.
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#6089241 - 12/17/15 11:09 AM Re: Recommend a good sausage stuffer [Re: chalet]
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If you don't have a meat mixer that is also something that makes large volumes of sausage making significantly easier. You will love the 15# stuffer!
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#6110775 - 12/30/15 09:51 PM Re: Recommend a good sausage stuffer [Re: chalet]
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I'd have to say now after trying to make snack sticks. DO NOT GO WITH A 5 pounder!

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#6111617 - 12/31/15 12:18 PM Re: Recommend a good sausage stuffer [Re: blazin]
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Academy has the LEM 10lb stuffer on closeout for about $225.00 that's about $75.00 off and their quality is very good, no plastic gears or crank shaft.

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