Re: Does anybody know of a game shear that will work?
I use a pair from Chicago Cutlery that has a sort of hole in the 2 blades near the handles. I put the wing bone in there, clamp down real tight, then use my other hand to snap the bone where it's held in the shears. After that, just more the shears to the sharp cutting portion and cut thru the meat/feathers/skin where the wing snapped. I've lost count on how many pheasants I've cleaned, I would guess at least 1,000. You wouldn't imagine how many pheasants we go thru while training Springers!