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    This Guy Has Had Some Pratice

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    Damn! he's fast

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    I don't think I have seen anything like that before. That guy is crazy fast.

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    Pretty impressive. Helps to have a small deer, but man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoshour View Post
    Pretty impressive. Helps to have a small deer, but man!
    Deer appears to be still warm too. Its much easier to skin an animal when it has not lost it's body heat. Notice also it was not gutted. I'm betting it is a farmed animal....didn't see any bullet holes.
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    I'm just wondering how he still has all of his fingers with how fast he is slicing with that knife, and you know that thing is sharp! I agree with CC that it has to be farmed. I've never seen anything still warm and not gutted come into a processor. Still very impressive though!
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    Farmed or not that is still very impressive!


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    Agreed!!! That was crazy fast.
    Quote Originally Posted by nvarcher View Post
    Farmed or not that is still very impressive!


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    I thought that looked like a Carolina deer. The guy works for a deer processor in SC.

    If you notice, the guy not only did his skinning and slicing with one knife but also used it to split the pelvis with one stroke.

    The knife is a German custom-made model. Apparently the owner is German and has some connection there with a knife-maker. Peach Orchard Deer Processing is still trying to get info on it on their website http://peachorcharddeerprocessing.com/index.aspx

    They tell me it will cost $25 plus $9 shipping, though the shipping price is just an estimate. I have no connection with them or the knife-maker but I may look into getting one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Deer appears to be still warm too.
    That was the first thing my dad said when I showed him the video last night. Lol Still impressive though.

 

 

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