How to skin a deer with an air compressor

Everyone has their preferred methods for skinning deer, but have you ever tried skinning a deer with an air compressor?

“Using an air compressor to skin a deer may sound strange at first,” notes the website Quincy Compressor, “But it’s actually one of the simplest and easiest ways to cleanly and quickly skin a deer after your hunt.”

The process can be completed in just six simple steps, as illustrated below, at which point you’re ready for cutting the meat, then filling the freezer and enjoying the fruits of your labor.

How to skin a deer with an air compressor

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