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Product DescriptionHunter's Specialties' Butt Out II Big Game Dressing Tool helps you properly harvest your field game. The tool helps you quickly and easily remove the anal alimentary canal of deer and deer-size game. Simply insert the tool up to the handle inside the animal's anal cavity and turn one and a half times. Use the handle to pull out a 10" section of intestine which can then be cut off. The rest of your field dressing can then be done quickly. The lightweight, compact tool can then be cleaned and disinfected for reuse.
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Q:so you just insert this product and it remove and it comes out clean? how does this workAsked on 9/19/2009 by Anonymous
A:It will not come out "clean", however this product works very well. Insert to the round stop. Twist till you feel tension ( aprox 2 or 3 turns) and SLOWLY remove, cut, and continue field dressing. Do not hesitate to pick one up.Answered on 9/30/2009 by Skinner Man from South West, Michigan
A:A section of the lower intestine pulls out with the tool. Then cut it off once you've pulled out a foot or so. Youtube has some good demonstrative videos. The tissue has to be cut off the tool to clean it.Answered on 10/18/2009 by jwhisler from Texas
A:After you insert the butt out,you turn it approx.one and a half ,to two times.Gently pull out after you feel tension ,and the intestions follow easily.Tie off the intestion and cut below the knot.It's that simple.Answered on 11/1/2009 by Running Wolf from Walworth,N.Y.
A:What you do is insert it into the hole up to the stop plate....turn it till it gets tight and then make another 1/4 to 1/2 turn and PULL....NOT YANK OR JERK....just slow straight pull and out it comes.
When I used it I would pull out about 5 extra inches of tract and then cutt it off of the tool. then go about cleaning the animal normal and it just slides right out of the deer.
YOU WILL LOVE THIS THINGAnswered on 12/3/2009 by MICHIGAN'S #1 HUNTER from Holt, MI
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