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Butcher BBQ Pistol Grip Injector | Product Roundup by All Things Barbecue

– Hey everyone, I’m Chef Tom
with All Things Barbecue, and today I wanna show you the Butcher BBQ Pistol Grip Injector. (chalk on chalkboard) The Butcher BBQ Pistol Grip
Injector feautures a 50CC tube and a metal handle that’s built to last. Setting up the pistol
injector is really simple. You have a pair of needles
to choose from in the box, a smaller gauge needle
with an opening on the tip, and a larger gauge needle with
two openings on the sides. Today I’m injecting a pork shoulder so I’m gonna use the larger needle which is ideal for this kind of a job, but if I was injecting something smaller, say like chicken thighs, I might use the smaller needle so I can get more precise
placement of the injection and smaller holes in the finished product. First, thread the needle
onto the front of the tube. To tighten the gasket and
make sure you get a good seal, you’ll want to gently turn the silver knob at the end opposite the needle, and then thread the
tube onto the injector. And you’re ready to inject. I’m gonna mix up some
injection in our shaker. And today we’re using Butcher
BBQ Open Pit pork injection mixed to the directions on the bag. To load the injector,
simply insert the needle and pull back until the tube is filled. Begin injecting in a grid pattern throughout the pork shoulder, creating a little pocket with the needle and then pull back on the
pistol grip and keep moving. This injector makes quick
work of a couple shoulders, and you can easily
control how much injection you use with the controllers here. There are five settings
allowing you to inject anywhere from two to ten
cc’s with each squeeze. As with all your equipment,
keeping this tool clean is essential to the operating abilities and lifetime of the product. To clean the injector simply
use warm, soapy water, pulling it back into the
injector and pushing it back out. Doing this a few times to
make sure everything is clean. Then use some warm water
to rinse everything. Before you store it, hit the gasket with a thin layer of vegetable oil. This will keep it from
drying out and cracking. It’s also worth mentioning
that the injector comes with a replacement gasket and rubber seal to further prolong the
lifetime of the product. Thank you guys so much for watching. As always you can find this product and all the other products
we feature on this channel at If you have any questions
about this product don’t hesitate to get in
contact with our team. All Things Barbecue, where
barbecue legends are made.

9 thoughts on “Butcher BBQ Pistol Grip Injector | Product Roundup by All Things Barbecue

  1. Bought one of these a few months ago from your store – well worth the money. It's the best injector I've used, hands down.

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