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Thread: Gut shark Gutting Tool Noooooo

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    Gut shark Gutting Tool Noooooo

    Well even my limited Knowledge and exp tells me this is a Really bad Idea


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    If there was ever a 'Worst Practice' video, that surely has to be it!
    Please don't try this at home kids.
    MS

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    Incredible. Sixty strokes to open the cavity, surely a scythe and a garden rake would be more efficient.

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    i am just back in from the hill due to the mist and piss, this thing looks total crap, is this a piss take? he sounds pleased with his new tool, my opinion is that he is also a tool.

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    Wow ! that was really something :-)
    Apart from the messy way of using that 'tool' carrying it would also add to the strange looks you could get if seen carrying it - Grim Reaper springs to mind

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    do you think we could get one for the pigs in Poland ED? I think that Stevo would be happy with it for a Christmas present , for cutting holly may be,.

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    Well at least the product was named correctly as it does resemble a shark attack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highseat View Post
    Incredible. Sixty strokes to open the cavity, surely a scythe and a garden rake would be more efficient.
    Ha ha I was just thinking the very same watching it...... a rusty old scythe at that..... WTF
    “Go afield with a good attitude, with respect for the wildlife you hunt and for the forest and fields in which you walk. Immerse yourself in the outdoor experience. It will cleanse your soul and make you a better person.”
    –Fred Bear -

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    GEt em Here Patent applied for only $49.99 Proudly made in the USA

    Www.gutshark.com

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    I heard theres this great way to carry out the gralloch using a spade and 32oz of cordite wrapped in paper, pops everything out in a trice.

    A bit like this, but smaller.


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