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Just have to say, I've had one since they came out and never had it with me when anyone killed a deer, but we used it twice on opening day and it works extremely well!! Well worth the 7 or so dollars and it is much better than using a knife back there!

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Re: EZ Butt Out Tools

LOL, forgot to mention, my father on the radio is yelling, hey bring your butt plug over here to use on this doe...lol

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Waterfowling success should never be measured by the weight of the strap
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I carry a sagan saw , split the pelvis and rib cage if I desire , had the saw for I don't know how many years , love it
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That would have been hilarious to hear on the radio.
I actually use snips to cut the pelvic bone... 3 seconds and done.
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I feel a little "wierd" using the Butt Out. But, it works!! I don`t like splitting the Pelvis, helps keeps Dirt out when dragging Deer....
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watched a guy try it once, ended up with a very nice poop popsicle (might have been a fudgesicle, I didnt taste it) I will contune to field dress like my dad taught me a long time ago.

It may be a poor choice of words but I am smart enough to understand what you meant.
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It works great.
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My buck today actually did the poop Popsicle thing. LOL Anyone figure out how to avoid that with this tool? I'm not sure what was different about this one versus the other two unless I cut the inside too close to the butt or something.

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I saw today in a catalog they make a larger one. Does that mean the deer's anus have adapted to this tool?
I have never used one but the directions say to twist it twice. I would assume that would stop the poopsicle.
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