This was pretty cool
A guy told me that if the weather and freshly killed deer is still warm then take an air compressor to the entry wound right under the skin and fill it with and and it makes taking the skin off a breeze.
Anyone else hear or try this and with what results?
I made a nozzle to blow them up with a few years ago. The way I did it was to cut a small slit in the leg and slide the nozzle up the leg between the skin. I would then grab around the leg with a hand and hold it tight while turning on the air. I did a few and it did separate the skin from the body making it easer to pull the skin. I then started doing it with a golf ball and four wheeler and haven't used the air in awhile. I may try air on the next one just to see if it makes the pulling easer with the wheeler.
haha, I'm pretty sure that is his garage/man cave area. His name is Ron Kulas and he does great tutorials on all kinds of things. You can find him on Archerytalk.com with the username RancidCrabtree. He has shown how to do sausage and heat treat knives on that stove, haha. He's a great guy. I love seeing all of his stuff.You must be single if you can hang a deer from the celing in your kitchen