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Heavy duty tail strippers

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If you're in the market for one these look like they should last quite awhile. $20 shipped.


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I would like to make my own tail stripper. What size holes are in it?

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I am not sure what the sizes are in the one above, but my $4 plastic model has half inch and quarter inch holes. I would guess the third hole in the one above is some where between the two sizes I mentioned.

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Thank You! I hate spending money when I have a full machine shop at work and I am working a Sunday (double time) and I am bored.

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My version, looks ok hope it works. Made in about 45 min. Maybe if ppl like it I could make one for another photo contest prize? Just a thought.
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Edited by AirOslinger, 14 September 2008 - 12:46 PM.


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Looks great!! What did you make it out of?

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Aluminum, its about 6" long 3/8 thick.

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That would be about perfect. Nice work.

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The only thing missing is a smal blade in one holes so you don.t have to get your knife dirty work it like an wire stripper :flag:

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I added a picture for Bernie .... HERE

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That looks like it will work.

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I'll bet it has worked, on coyote, bobcat, fox, badger and more! Correct me if I'm wrong Bernie.

I even heard some guys back in the 60's used something like that on the Devil's tail, then tied it in a knot just for fun. Or did I hear that 'round a campfire somewhere?

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You are right on this tail puller has pulled over 100 bobcat tails and mqny coyote tails also a few racoons and to many fox to count... when it comes to the devils tail I think that is what is a tail :pound: :flag: :bananna:

Edited by Old Timer, 15 September 2008 - 06:39 PM.


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Bernie, yours looks well worn. How old is it?

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Well I made them in 1960 so I guess that makes them 48 years old, my fingers got sore so had to come up with a better plan

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Those look a little better than the split limb I used to use! :blink:

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My version, looks ok hope it works. Made in about 45 min. Maybe if ppl like it I could make one for another photo contest prize? Just a thought.
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AirOslinger.......That is incredibly generous of you! Good job, too.

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Thanks, I sent one to ACLakey to try out. I have not heard how it works yet.

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i have never seen one of those before. that is excellent. i will have to make either the wood or the metal one. i have always had a bit$%^ of a time pulling out Coyote tails. my hands slip, then i have to use a cloth and it slips and i do not think it puts the force on the right spot.
When doing coyotes do you have to tie the tail up on its own when using those strippers as every time i try to pull out the tail, i rip the tail right out its a-hole.

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All I ever done is to cut the skin all the way around the tail and put the pullers close to the butt in front of the cut and put a foot on the critter and give the pullers a jerk with both hands clamping the pullers The tails slip right off leaving the bone on the critter

Edited by Old Timer, 03 November 2008 - 09:37 AM.






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