Weston Debuts Realtree 7lb Vertical Sausage Stuffer

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posted on August 5, 2021
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Weston has debuted a seven-pound vertical sausage stuffer, designed for outdoorsmen who love making sausage out of their wild game. Boasting a seven-pound (three-liter) capacity stainless-steel canister, pressure-release valve, tilt-out canister and four stainless-steel funnels, this machine is tough enough for serious sausage making with even lean meats, and comes with a Realtree Edge camo cover. Meanwhile, dual-speed, heavy-duty steel gears allow for a faster reversal of the plunger, for easier refilling. For more information on this mechanized meat processer, which fully disassembles for a meticulous clean out, please visit westonbrands.comMSRP: $269.99

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