A few people have asked if they could see how the david stretton skinning rig attachment works so here goes.
I skinned this roe for a client this morning so he could take it home with him.
1 get yourself a deer any species [thats the hard bit]
2 cut the skin on the forearms to the ribs then peel back a couple of inches of skin
3 attach the forearm skin to the skinning rig loops
4 attach the knuckles to a snare bar which hooks onto the hoist
5 turn the hoist handle until the hoist reaches the top
6 work the bottom level to finish the lower half and thats it
7 lower back into clean tray ready for jointing
No fur all over the carcass and minimal/no contamination to the meat
They say a picture tells a thousand words so here you go
Please click on the image below.
The whole job from skinning to jointing took under 30 minutes meaning plenty of time left to go and try to stalk another.
RICK O SHEA