fast deer cleaning

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  1. DCortez

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    That was fast. I wonder what knife, was he using?
     
  3. MadMo44Mag

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    The knife is the secret.
    Even a novice can do it in under 4 minutes with a good knife and loss of a finger or two, LOL!!!!
    I use to do a LOT of butchering and the knife makes all the difference in the world.
    My all time fastest kill to freezer (completely butchered) was less than a hour including the grinding for hamburger and sausage. (less making the sausage)
    If I had to do it today it would probably take three hours.
    I just don't hunt anymore.
     
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    The deer thing is impressive, no doubt. The camera man's comments at 0:37 cracked me up.
     
  5. M. Sage

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    I agree. Most people go with a big knife, which is a mistake. The knife I use is a fixed blade that's actually smaller than any locking knife I've carried.

    Small, somewhat narrow and sharp!
     
  6. MadMo44Mag

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    I used what is called a modified bone out knife.
    Thick at the hilt with a fast tapper to thin rib, fairly flexible, 8 in long total length, from wide at the hilt with a scalloped turn to the main blade descending down to a point. and razor sharp.
    This type of blade allows you too go between skin and hide, bone and joint.
    With a longer version (10 - 12 in and very flexible) of this blade you can de-bone a hind roast and it look like it was done with a laser. Trim meat next the the shoulder bone like slicing butter with a hot knife.
    Another little secret to slicing chicken fry,jerky meat is a thin Asian vegetable knife. These look like very thin clever with a slightly curved cutting edge and thin rib and hilt.
    Dam I should have done a video and sold them. LOL!!!!!:lolz:
     
  7. country_boy

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    takes me 2 hours and thats if I dont gag in the process.
     
  8. Starker

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    :rofl:
     
  9. juwaba98

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    Stop pokin' the guts with the tip and you'll be ok.
     
  10. MadMo44Mag

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    ROFLMAO!!!!!
    Maybe safety scissors would be better - just POKIN fun:rofl:
     

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