Comments about Gander Mountain Stuffing Tubes for #10 Grinder, 3-Pk.:
The spouts are not a sug fit in the base, so they keep coming undone which is irritating if you are trying to load casings on. And the ends of the spouts are rough as if cut off with a saw and should be cleaned up with a bit of sandpaper before using since it makes the casings catch.These spouts are about the quality you would find bundled in with a $25 no-name [*] grinder. OK if you don't have any, and will be using them only occasionally, but otherwise, there are better ones about. I got mine on a free shipping deal, so they were an OK buy, but if I'd have to pay shipping too I would have regretted the purchase.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Tin coated, cast iron #22 grinder. Comes with
carbon steel cutting knife, two grinding plates (3/16" and 3/8") and a set of three stuffing tubes (7/16", 11/16", and 11/8"). Capacity: 154 lbs. per hour.