I checked the grizzly site and could not find any meat saws, unless you are talking band saws and then just using it for meat. I think Harbour Freight used to have that kind of thing. I've never used one
We have a bandsaw with grinder from Northern Tool. The grinder is nothing but junk. The bandsaw is a great thing to whack a hog into porkchops and bacon in minutes. It is tedious to clean. I usually spend some time lining key areas with aluminum foil before I start, and when I'm done, I lift out the foil and the meat sawust with it. Still lots of places left to clean, but it helps catch alot. The blades they sell are junk. No kerf, and they pinch and wander in a big cut. I solder my own blades from 100' rolls, but a regular coarse tooth bandsaw blade from Sears works great, too.
I used to cut the elk or deer or hog into cuts by hand, while DW wrapped. We got done about the same time. Now I have piles of meat stacked on the counters and then I have to help her wrap. It is really fast.
we just use a regular hand grinder mounted to a board with a pulley wheel about 12" in place of the handle and connected to a electric motor with a pulley about 2". lay it across 2 sawhorses and grind away.
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