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Anyone have any experience with the deer skinning claw from Cabela's.

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sorry couldn't resist.........come on, who else thought this was the what he meant

Seriously, I haven't used one before but I really try to get the hides off within the first hour. I can do that since I hunt solo, so I usually pull that hide off with my hands. I would think it could work, but I wonder how much force that thing will handle.

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Good one. I have read the reviews on the Cabela's HSOforum and they are pretty mixed. Was hoping to get some reviews from some fellow FM'ers.

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sorry I couldn't help you, but I am sure a few guys here have used them........

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dont know what it is we just make acut behind the neck pull enough hide down so you can get a baseball rolled up in the hide wrap a small rope or length of chain around the ball and hook to the winch on the four wheeler and zip all done.. if you dont have a four wheeler u can just pull with your vehicle..

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I have seen that done with come alongs and coyote hides, never dawned on my to do that with a deer, that's awesome....I am assuming you make a slice on the legs then? Might have to try that for pops and giggles this year, to keep my wife's uncle in high spirits....

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Gonna give that baseball thing a try!!! Thanks

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I have heard of that with a golf ball too, anything to get a rope around.

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