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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by Mckinneys, Feb 8, 2022.
Hey I was just wondering if the ear wizzard was still made and if so where do I get one at?
havent seen that on here in years. Dont even know if the guy is still around.
There is a long post on here somewhere about it tho , maybe look it up should be some good info it
I searched high and low for one. I tried this sight, utube to watch his videos and searched the web. Found nothing but dead ends. Here was my solution, works perfectly!
Nice but I was looking for one that was foot operated so it’s easier on my hands but that one looks like it would work well
may be you can a tach a rope on the end of it and pull it down with your foot. may be.
My wife really wanted one that was foot operated as well. I tried attaching a chain, cable and a rope to my contraption but all were fails. With this she is now able to tough stubborn ears on old rank bucks, zebras and even aoudads with ease. Was a time saver and hand saver for sure. You can lean and use your body weight against it versus having to grip and squeeze. Best thing to happen to our shop since we started sewing our birds back up before we flesh them. That was the biggest time energy and effort saver I’ve ever seen in this business. Talk about a game changer when you sit down at the fleshing wheel with nice tight little bird package sewed up with no feathers to catch and no flop.
If you have Facebook, search for a lady named Rena Parsons. They sell a foot operated one like the ear wizzard for around $250 I think. Ill look and see if I have a phone number for her.
I’ll look her up and see if I can find her
I have a ear wizzard that I would sell you, hardly ever used it.
I would really like it how much?
Hello I am interested in buying it and was wondering how much you wanted for it. You can call me at (804) 334-9162
If you want to make it easier on your hands, try physics under levers and fulcrum. Buy a set of those old ghastly Van Dyke models and cut off half of the two tongs. Grind them down to the size of a cigar and then flatten and taper the tips. You'll use half the effort and have much better control. AND THEN, when you use them, instead if trying to pry the ears open, lay the tool on its side so you can separate the skin from the cartilage instead of tearing them.
P.S. this foot operated tools went away when people realized they were a POS gimmick