I would look at the vid again, as he got them on the flats, notice how he just cut round the skin below the hock and then just a little jar on the joint and it came away no problem. When you get that back leg wrong, as in(too close to the tendans) you know about it, as this can knacker your chances of being able to hang it as you can get too close to the tendans and have very little to hang it with.
My carcasse prep and larder work was always well commented on when shooting deer for the commission in their larder too, i even have it in writing, so there.
After all is said and done and joking apart, the guy did a good job with the deer prep and i personally thought it was good for those that needed a little hand with skinning and jointing a carcasse. I just thought you were a bit quick to comment on something that was either here nor there.
I really have got to stop posting information that maybe helpful to novice stalkers! Rounds or flats...'Whuppty bleeding doo'! Who gives a toss. This information came free, it was useful and it does the job.
Andy don't tempt Wadas to hit anyone, he is a bit of a Godzilla monster on the side! Its all that being stuck up in Scotland on the side of a mountain contracting for the FC. I think he got bitten by a werewolf!
300wsm maybe you would like to make a full length video of how to skin and butcher a deer properly and post it on the thread. I for one would be interested in a positive response rather than all these negative posts. :???:
I have to agree with Beowulf, what bloody difference does it make anyway, it was educational and interesting for those wanting to learn, even those that have done a bit too. That`s my last word on the bloody subject now where`s that round ended joint Andy?