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Anyone ever try this "technique" for skinning an animal?

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Hey nice way to turn a coyote into a Timber Wolf. I think some guys on the fishing forum do this to their fish then take the picture. LOL
 

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Growing up we had neighbors with an ostrich farm, we had to put a couple of those big birds down over the years and the only way to skin them was to make a small incision in the scaly part of the leg and pump them full of air... I few well placed cuts and about ten minutes of work and the big birds were perfectly skinned out... The hides at the time were worth big $$$ so we couldn't make holes in them... I haven't tried it on "dogs" yet but plan on it, as it can be painstaking!!!!
 

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It would be nice to see the inside of that hide. I wonder if it still needs a bunch of fleshing or not. Even if it still needs it that is a heck of a timesaver. I imagine you might have problems if you have big bullet holes.
 

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Tailhunter said:
Should try this on a deer.
It would probably work, providing it wasn't gutted... Ever see the "how to skin a deer" vids on youtube??? the golf ball and tennis ball ones are cool....
 

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[/quote]It would probably work, providing it wasn't gutted... Ever see the "how to skin a deer" vids on youtube??? the golf ball and tennis ball ones are cool....[/quote]

My uncle and his son in laws skin their deer that way now, lol. I still like working on the deer in my garage with a nice stiff celebratory drink. :D
 

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It would probably work, providing it wasn't gutted... Ever see the "how to skin a deer" vids on youtube??? the golf ball and tennis ball ones are cool....[/quote]

My uncle and his son in laws skin their deer that way now, lol. I still like working on the deer in my garage with a nice stiff celebratory drink. :D[/quote]


yeah me too, Its nice to be able to sit back and relax and take the time to finish what you started so to speak!!!
 
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