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Went on a hog hunt with a bunch of guys last week. Twenty-five guys shot 60 pigs. Since many of the guys flew in and did not take meat back, I brought back three 160 qt. coolers packed the brim with pork. I bet there was in excess of 600 lbs of meat. I cut up and wrapped pork Tuesday thru Thursday









Back to the Salt Mines this AM.

used my recently acquired Nessmuk set to take the hide off these two skulls.















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Nice Geedubya. That orange handled blade with a bit of belly on the blade looks super practical.
 
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Nice, as always!

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How bout a quickie!




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Geedubya

Great job, what do you use to sharpen your knives with??
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Very nice work Geedubya as usual!

Is that a TSX I spot? Big Grin


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