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Meat slicers
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Do any of you have your own meat slicers? If so, what model did you purchase, and why?

My main intended uses will be beef for jerky (occasionally - probably less than six times a year), as well as lunch meat and cheeses on an ongoing basis. I still need to do some price comparisons to see how much money I can save a week by buying/using those items in bulk rather than buying packaged stuff.
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I've been wanting one for a while too, but many of the reviews on the consumer grade ones are all over the place. I've been keeping my eye on CL for a commercial grade one for a decent price.
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We actually have two of them One is an old hand crank slicer and the other is an electric model. Krups is the brand name on the electric. Both were bought at yard or estate sales.

I don't think we have used the electric one yet.
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I'm looking at one from gander mountain. 10" blade. Ill use it maybe 6 times a year. Mostly slicing bacon, lunchmeat and cheese. The head chef at my legion bought one and they use it once a week to cut meat and cheese
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