SpitJack Magnum Meat Injector Gun

Apr 28, 2016

Category: Gear

Everyone knows their meat could use a little extra flavor. Especially when in comes to hosting a backyard barbecue. Don’t be like the thousands of grilling offenders out there serving under-seasoned and under-marinated meat to their guests. They’re not saying anything, but you can rest assured they’re highly disappointed. So don’t disappoint, satisfy. Inject your meat with the right flavor, thanks to the SpitJack Magnum Meat Injector Gun.

Most rubs don’t let you get deep down inside the beef. It’s only surface flavor. However, this injector gun literally uses a syringe to inject your favorite marinade deep into the depths of your brisket, t-bone, turkey, chicken or whatever piece of meat you plan on cooking. Each injector also penetrates up to 5.5 inches deep, and a patented dial lets you adjust the flow of marinade from the injector. This ensures you don’t over saturate one area, evenly flavoring the entire slab of meat for your guests. Available now for $115
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