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Rectum removal giggler (gonna tell on myself)

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As a lover of all things that make life easier in the field, I've become a big fan of the Butt Out rectum removal tool. I first thought it was a gimmick, but after seeing a friend get the...butt...out...of a deer in record time, I was sold! It takes the normally annoying and time consuming task of rectum removal down to an extremely fast - literally sub-10 second - exercise in easy field work. It's not much bigger than the average hunting knife, so it's pretty pack-friendly, and I have used it countless times with great results.

Well, something was not going right for me this time. I had a doe down on opening day of muzzleloader season in 2A, and it was time to address the final field dressing task. I pushed the Butt Out into the deer, but was immediately hung up and couldn't insert it any further. Hmmmm...that's strange. I fought and fought with it to no avail. The thing wouldn't go in far enough to grab tissue and get the job done. Then I looked a little more closely and realized what was causing the problem.

Yep.

Wrong hole.


I promptly put the tool in the correct orifice and went on about my business.
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The funny part... the one with the stop ring a couple inches from the handle is the Butt Out 2.

The first one out did not have the ring. I guess they had to include the ring so hunters wouldn't lose them "in-process"!
Yeah, the one I have is the Butt Out 2 that features the ring. I figured a few guys went to town on a moose or something similar and accidentally went elbow-deep before the manufacturer decided that the design needed a...uh...hard stop.
I've had one of these in the basement for years, I've never been able to bring myself to use it. Mine actually predates the Butt Out name. It is blue, not orange, and is called a Deer-Riere.
LOL - that's serious naming creativity! You should give it serious consideration for your hunting pack. I'm telling you: as long as I have one, I will never go back to the old way.
I have no words, I mean it none what so ever !!....lol
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Six-Gun said:
LOL - that's serious naming creativity! You should give it serious consideration for your hunting pack. I'm telling you: as long as I have one, I will never go back to the old way.
Yeah, I like the old name myself, lol. I guess it was a little too foreign for the target demographic.

Maybe I'll dig it out for tomorrow... maybe.
Machocheese said:
Six-Gun said:
LOL - that's serious naming creativity! You should give it serious consideration for your hunting pack. I'm telling you: as long as I have one, I will never go back to the old way.
Yeah, I like the old name myself, lol. I guess it was a little too foreign for the target demographic.

Maybe I'll dig it out for tomorrow... maybe.
If you use it, just *be sure* to confirm your target!
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Machocheese said:
Six-Gun said:
LOL - that's serious naming creativity! You should give it serious consideration for your hunting pack. I'm telling you: as long as I have one, I will never go back to the old way.
Yeah, I like the old name myself, lol. I guess it was a little too foreign for the target demographic.

Maybe I'll dig it out for tomorrow... maybe.
Dig it out? Sounds painful!
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I never used it. Is it "righty-tighty, lefty-loosey"? Or is it a reverse thread? Or doesn't matter?
I'm surprised you all haven't gotten bored by this yet....

Get it? Get it....?

Oh nevermind....

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Yes, I got it. Bore, as in, to bore a hole or bore something out. Nicely played.
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WOL said:
I never used it. Is it "righty-tighty, lefty-loosey"? Or is it a reverse thread? Or doesn't matter?
Universal twist; thread cutting oil is definitely optional.

tdd said:
I'm surprised you all haven't gotten bored by this yet....

Get it? Get it....?

Oh nevermind....

I'll just say that I assuredly won't be the first volunteer!
Over 40 years ago my shop teacher in high school had a much larger version made out of steel with a large metal ring on the end he called a "deer hitch". You waited for a deer to come by, ran it up the butt and hung on until you came to a fence post and slid the ring over the top!
I have two the new versions with the stopper on a shelf in the hunting room. I picked them up for $2 each after Christmas a few years ago at Walmart.....can't bring myself to use them. My buddy swears by the thing though. He recommends putting in a ziplock bag after use due to 'contamination' after the process.
Universal twist; thread cutting oil is definitely optional.
Like a self-tapping screw?
I almost spit all my water out when I read that amazon post. And to the OP...thank you for sharing your hillarious story. I was laughing the hole way through it.
No problem and glad you enjoyed it! Sometimes, ya just gotta be able to laugh at yourself. A good hunting story is becoming a rare commodity and I figure this one is as fair game as any of 'em.

WOL said:
Like a self-tapping screw?
Yes...wait...

...yes, yes. Well, sort of.

Push, twist, pull, puke.

In that order.
I was laughing the hole way through it.
The HOLE way? Ha ha!!!
That鈥檚 funny right there, I don鈥檛 care who you are. Thanks for sharing...

Chaos USMC
Never had an issue removing the colon with a $1.00 Frost cutlery folding knife in seconds.

Funny stuff though.
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