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Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: York county, Pennsylvania, USA
Had this on the general hunting but it was suggested to put it on here also.
I was watching you tube videos with my son and we came across air skinning. Does anyone do this? Does it really work or make it any easier to skin? Is there any secrets to it? Seeems like it might make it a little easier on cold/stiff animals?? We try to do as much of our skinning warm as we can to keep it easier but that isn't always an option.
I thought that using this method might make it a little easier for my son in teaching him to skin fox, coyotes, coon, etc that you obviously want to be more careful with. Deer, squirrel, rabbits, etc not a big deal because it doesn't really matter if you rip or cut the hide as much.
Thanks in advance for any input.
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