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If you hunt squirrels a lot like I do, and you hunt alone a lot like I do, check this out. A simple device that helps you clean a squirrel. My wife ordered me one and got it yesterday.
The old fella has a video on YouTube, and shows how well it works. And, it’s not expensive. I am going to make something that goes into the hitch receiver to mount it on, that way I can clean them standing at the back of the truck. It has a strap to mount to a tree, or holes to screw into something.
Anyway, just thought I would share for the squirrel hunters out there. Looking forward to trying it out.
 

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Video is VERY Entertaining!!
If I go to hunting treerats again, jest might have to git me one - or two! LOL!

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Yea, for sure an Arkansas redneck! But a heck of an idea. It is a well made item.
 

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my dad made one like that years ago.
his was mounted to a square piece of wood that
fit into the square hole in the top of a pickup truck bed.
it worked good and i still have it...but ive gotten
pretty good at skinning them by myself
so i never use it.
 

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A'int that the truth
 
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looks like a good idea, if you skin a squirrel like that. I use a little different method. but it probably helps stress on your hands,,,,,,,,,,,
 

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I wonder how well it would work on smaller cotton tails.
 
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