SO, YOU THINK YOUR QUICK AT SKINNING AND GUTTING A DEER DO YOU?? WATCH THIS VID!!

Discussion in 'Northwest Hunting' started by jluck, Feb 18, 2014.

  1. Hrethgir

    Hrethgir
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    Hot damn! I've never done that, never been hunting, so I'm sure I can't do it quite that quickly! I need to give that a go here soon, I eat enough meat that i shouldn't insulate myself from that side of the process.
     
  2. Martini_Up

    Martini_Up
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    wow.

    btw, i gut in the field so to get the animal cooled off quicker and make it lighter to hump out.
     
  3. Trailboss

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    I've done a couple of hundred in my lifetime (guide) but I still take 20 minutes or so. This fella is quite amazing to watch.
     
  4. bellarum

    bellarum
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    Its great to see him need two free hands and find somewhere convenient to place his knife!
     
  5. Panther

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    What a rookie. I can take him (including my 30 minute handicap)
     
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  6. kenr74

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    Let's see how fast he is doing it in the rain after dark after hauling it out a couple miles. After seeing that I am sure I need a new knife.
     
  7. FatBuddah

    FatBuddah
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    Beginners luck
     
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  8. Miyamoto Musashi

    Miyamoto Musashi
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    Wow I have a new goal for hunting season. Truth be told I'll think of this just before my shot and miss! LOL
     
  9. Grizzly_A

    Grizzly_A
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    wow. that was amazing. I think I need a new knife too...or a sharper one.
     
  10. Rem725

    Rem725
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    My Dad was fast. But he did not race the clock like that. He was a Veterinarian with much experience in USDA meat processing and inspection. Dad used a scalpel to dress the deer. And sometimes a WWII PX knife. I still have those knives
     
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  11. MPshooter

    MPshooter
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    Amazing! That saw was as sharp as the knife. He took the legs in just a few strokes.
     
  12. clearconscience

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    I am making two assumptions
    1. That guy does this Fat at a butcher shop and has done this 1000s of times.
    2. He was a ninja is a previous life.

    You do that long enough and you bound to draw your own blood, maybe slice your own wrist. He wasn't being very safe.
    There was definetly some preperstions made to that deer before starting.


    Either way, he's got skills
     

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