10" Pheasant GutWrench™

Item # WX2-181271

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Cleanup in 3 easy steps! Field - dress pheasants and turkeys with the GutWrench™! PRICED LESS!

Field dress in seconds! Those birds are going to be delicious, right after you remove the less-choice bits. De-entrailing is made easy with the GutWrench™.

Step 1: Insert through the vent. Step 2: Twist. Step 3: Pull. The giblets come out like magic. No fuss, no muss!

A time-saving wonder:
  • Preserves the flavor and freshness of valuable meat
  • Fast and simple to use
  • Durable, high-impact plastic
  • Cleans easily.
  • Weighs 3 ozs.

Order ONLINE today, and preserve your poultry!

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    Great price
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    Have not yet used, but it appears to be well made and should do the job. Suggestion: check out reviews online.
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