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    Meat Claws

    I have a set of Bear Claws that I bought based on the review here. Have used them a multitude of times and like them. The only issue I have is cleaning them as we don't have a dishwasher and the claws have to be washed by hand. There are quite a few places for meat to hide and frankly, they are a pain in the butt to clean properly.

    I was in Home Depot yesterday and as I usually do, I went to the grill section and saw a pair of "meat claws" from Charcoal Companion. I had never heard of the company but I looked at the claws and was very impressed. Heavy and well made. The grips are made from a thermoplastic rubber that is very slip resistant. I bought a pair for under $11 and cam home and looked for their website to check things out. They have a multitude of products BBQ related.

    The product description is here: http://www.companion-group.com/brand...ment/cc1131-w/

    Can't wait to pull some pork soon!

    #2
    I'm thinking of filling up my gaps with either RTV silicone or JB Weld

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      #3
      Just used mine today. Love them. Still not easy to clean, but I have a dishwasher.

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        #4
        Those are the ones I use, but I am very particular so I pull by hand. I usually use the claws just as a handy way to move the hunks of meat around.

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        • FLBuckeye
          FLBuckeye commented
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          How are they for pulling pork?. These are much more heavy duty than the Bear Claws

        #5
        Here is a pic of the product...


        Mine have red handles

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        • The Burn
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          That's what I've got, in black. Don't remember where I got them.

        #6
        I wear a heavy pair of PVC insulated gloves and pull by hand. Seems to work well for me and the gloves are easy to wash!

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          #7
          I use a pair of forks and a 16yr old daughter to pull pork.

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            #8
            FLBuckeye I actually turn mine around backward, makes it much easier to pull apart.

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              #9
              I use the meat rake. Love it!

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              • Breadhead
                Breadhead commented
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                @DWCoeles... Sweet! Why waste time right. That will get her done quick.

              #10
              Hook this to your drill and shred away
              Attached Files

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              #11
              FLBuckeye it's a meat shredder. You attach it to a drill and start shredding

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              • 3DJ
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                DWCowles where did you get that?
                Thanks for sharing!
                Jim

              #12
              3DJ I don't own one but you can go to Google and search for Pork Shredder. Here's an link for YouTube.
               

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              #13
              I found it on Amazon. $67.99 plus $4.95 shipping.

              Link: http://www.amazon.com/Shredder-Potat...rds=porkinator

              Remember to use the AR Amazon link if you buy!

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                #14
                You can get it for $49.99 at www.porkinator.com

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                  #15
                  I still think the Bear Paws are the best I've used. I have the other ones but just not as good.

                  http://www.amazon.com/Bear-Paw-Produ.../dp/B003IWI66W

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                  • FLBuckeye
                    FLBuckeye commented
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                    I have those as well. Will be interesting to see how the metal ones work for me

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