Question for you guys that do this all the time. I used a hand bone saw for years but I’m getting a little older and it’s not as easy as it once was on my shoulder. I got a cordless reciprocating saw (Milwaukee Hackzall) and thought that would be the cat’s meow but it won’t cut through the hide and skin to get to the actual bone. It binds up in the hair and skin, almost like the stroke of the blade is not long enough to tare through it. I’m using a long tree pruning blade with aggressive teeth. It’ll work okay if I cape the skull so the blade contacts the bone directly, but not as good as I had hoped. I know a lot of guys use just a regular Sawzall (not the Hackzall) and like it. The Sawzall does have a longer stoke than the Hackzall which should help. Can anybody comment on if a Sawzall will cut through the hide and skin and into the skull to remove the skull plate any better than a Hackzall will? Or would I have to cape the skull out either way? Thanks for any feedback!