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He Made His Own Squirrel Skinner
"I've hunted squirrels all my life, but it took me until now, when I'm 67 years old, to finally come up with the ideal way to skin a squirrel," says Donny Tyler, Cadiz, Ky.
  The squirrel skinner consists of a metal bracket with a built-in toggle clamp that holds one end of the squirrel in place. The bracket bolts to a tree or post, or it can be held in a bench vise.
  To skin a squirrel, Tyler cuts the squirrel under the tail and through the tailbone and then puts the tail in the clamp. Then he pulls on the feet until the skin comes off up to the squirrel's neck.
  "It works great. I made a bracket that fastens to the trailer hitch on my pickup. By bolting the squirrel skinner to the bracket, I can easily skin squirrels right in the woods before I come home," says Tyler.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Donnie Tyler, 5286 Will Jackson Rd., Cadiz, Ky. 42211 (ph 270 522-8357).

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2009 - Volume #33, Issue #2