How to field dress a wild hog with the BIG Game Skinner | Raptorazor


Skinning a wild hog is notoriously tough, especially for new hunters, both on the person skinning and on their knives. Wild hogs have a particularly tough skin that is usually caked with mud and other dirt that will quickly dull even the sharpest of skinning blades. Raptorazor’s Big Game Skinner is different and simplifies the entire process. The innovative hook design allows the blade to cut from the inside out, splitting hair while making a precision cut and keeping your blade sharper for longer by avoiding dirt
caked into even the toughest of hides. This makes operation as simple as hook and pull. The T-grip will also eliminate hand fatigue and offer complete control despite the toughness of a boar’s thick skin. The Big Game Skinner’s claw design also allows the skinner to spin 360 degrees around the legs of big game to remove them in seconds. With the blade sandwiched between two sides of housing, the razor edge is lifted off the meat and hide making the back of the blade a perfectly guided skinner.

The Manō knife, the perfect partner to the Big Game Skinner, is designed to become an extension of your hand for ultimate control in any situation. Using the same T-grip handle as the big game skinner, this design allows you to avoid hand fatigue and makes for the perfect multi-use knife for daily use.

As advocates of the gutless skinning technique, Raptorazor designed the perfect knife combo for field dressing made easy and clean. With a unique design specifically oriented for the gutless method, T-grip handle to eliminate hand fatigue while offering complete control, and replaceable blades so you always have a perfect edge, this field dressing combo will soon become the only knives you need in any hunting or fishing situation.

This innovative field dressing combo has everything you need to usher in a new era in big game processing. Join the skinning revolution and cut your time in half, guaranteed!

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Raptorazor is humbled and proud to have saved thousands of avid hunters and fisherman countless hours and hand strain with our revolutionary, patented knife system. Raptorazor is home to the Big
Game Skinner and the MANŌ; two knifes that are changing the hunting and fishing world by reducing processing time by 50% and reducing hand fatigue by more than 75%!
No knife processes big game like the The Big Game Skinner. It is hands down the best knife you will ever use to field dress an animal. Thick hides and bones are no match for The Big Game Skinner. The MANŌ knife makes the harvesting of meat fast and easy. The MANŌ acts like an extension of your index finger so it feels like you are removing the cuts with a pinpoint laser. The MANŌ is fast and precise. Since these two knives come with replaceable razor-sharp blades, they will always perform like you’re cutting through butter.

Rick Grover founded and invented Raptorazor out of necessity.  As a master of the gutless field dressing technique for over 35 years, he grew tired of his standard knife losing its edge or replaceable blades breaking halfway through a job. His hands grew tired and the job carried on way too long, so he created the best knife system for the gutless technique which cut his field dressing time in half and all but eliminated his hand fatigue.  He expanded his system to include fishing by offering with the best filet knife sets on the market. Raptorazor has all the knives you need to go from the field to the table!

We’re confident that you will find our knives to be the best field-dressing knives that you’ve ever used. In fact we are so sure you’ll love them, that we offer a full money-back satisfaction guarantee. Thank you for watching.

Happy hunting!

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  1. you guys sucked it up. The knife is shit. And you left too much meat. why kill it if you're not going to eat the meat.

  2. What about the ribs? I usually don't take ribs off of deer. Because it's not worth it. But, pig ribs are amazing! Is there a way to take ribs. And still keep gut sack in tacked?

  3. in my opinion I'm not against hunting. I mean do your thing but I wish if you killed something you use everything you killed. the hide could be clothes or made into something nice. use all the meat too. if it's bad throw it out for the other animals to eat. I have no idea what you can use the feet/huffs for really but to sum it up I think hunters should do what the natives did when they hunt.

  4. another useless video iv seen on youtube sorry.. why field dress a wild pig whip the guts out get it all packed and ready to carry out it aint that hard if your catching 100pounders shit they nice to carry those ones

  5. As a Licensed Nuisance Wildlife Control Operator, I have processed hundreds of pigs but I have never seen it done like this. I have to get me a set of these! How long on average do the blades last before needing to be changed?

  6. I heard that boar or hog meat taste very gamy because the hogs still have testicles which produces hormone and affects the meat. Anyone tasted boar or hog meat before and can describe the taste?

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