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Sunday, July 14th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

An old-school technique for getting the lead out of your wild game

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When Tim Lesmeister preps for cleaning his wild game he gets out the cutting board, sharpens the knives and fires up the hand-held metal detector. Since incorporating the detection equipment into his program he has complete peace of mind that he won’t be biting into anything made of metal. The Minelab Pro-Find he uses is so precise and picks up even the most minute traces of lead, steel or bismuth that there is no worry of ingesting any remnants of the slug, shot or bullet.

Modern hand-held metal detectors will help you locate and remove steel or lead pellets before you attempt chewing on them.

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