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Yesterday i made uf a real good batch of goose jerky. my 4th pice I bit down on a pice of ####### steel shot and broke half of one of my mollers off. Can't get it fixed till next week sometime. Watch out for that stuff.
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Thats gata hurt.
If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck it must be dinner.
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You might try one of the shot detectors used for wild birds...supposedly they detect any and all kinds of shot.
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apexhunter wrote:You might try one of the shot detectors used for wild birds...supposedly they detect any and all kinds of shot.
Anyone use those metal detectors?? I trhink Cabelas sell one.
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just run the meat under a ginormous metal detector. :D
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that might work
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I also metal detect as a hobby. I run all my ducks and geese though the detector. It works like a champ since I pluck most of my birds.
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ouch that does got to hurt, and those dectors work really well. But if you want to get it out just run them through an MRI
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