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Interesting way to process deer


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#1 CatfishKev

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This guy is a Brit doing a video on processing a small deer. Very different than what most of us do I think. He has several interesting videos with game recipes.
https://m.youtube.co...h?v=PoawhsmKIEY

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I feel like he got a better yield out of that rabbit size deer than i get out of some coues!

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I feel like he got a better yield out of that rabbit size deer than i get out of some coues!


That's what happens when you use a 338 lapua!
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That was a dog.

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Little Roe deer. Butchering it like a lamb, essentially. Good video.





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