:: HOW TO USE YOUR TEXAS BUCK BUSTER
U.S. Patent #D442342
Four Steps to Field Dressing Using the Texas Buck Buster
1. Open the carcass
2. Split the pelvis
3. Split the breast bone
4. Remove the organs
1. Open the Carcass

The sooner you field dress your animal after shooting, the better the meat will
be. Quick field dressing insures rapid loss of body heat and prevents the
contents of the animal's digestive tract from contaminating the meat. To field
dress the animal using your Texas Buck Buster, first place the animal on it's
back and spread the hind legs. Open up the carcass by cutting around the
pelvic area and then up the animal's midline to the front of the rib cage using
the hook near the front of the Texas Buck Buster. When using ordinary knives
to perform this procedure, extreme care must be taken to avoid cutting the
paunch and intestines. However, the unique, patented design of the Texas
Buck Buster virtually eliminates both the risk of meat contamination and the
risk of personal injury.


2. Split the Pelvis

Once the animal has been split up the midline you are ready to split the
pelvis. To split the animal's pelvis, you must first score the underside of the
bone at the end nearest to the animal's head. This is done by first standing to
the rear of the animal and then resting the bottom edge of the Texas Buck
Buster on top of the pelvis parallel to the midline and as close to the center of
the pelvis as possible. Next, raise the handle of the Texas Buck Buster to a
45° angle with the pelvis and slowly pull the Texas Buck Buster toward you
until the center of the hook comes into contact with the front of the pelvis.
Then, smoothly and rather swiftly lower the handle of the Texas Buck Buster
to create a small cut on the underside of the pelvic bone where the two sides
connect. To complete the process, simply turn the Texas Buck Buster around
so that the handle is pointed toward the animal's head and slide the pelvic
bone into the fork of the Texas Buck Buster. It is important that the Texas
Buck Buster is pushed as far onto the pelvis as possible. Next, place one foot
on each of the animal's hind legs, grab the handle of the Texas Buck Buster
with both hands to avoid slipping, and quickly pull the handle toward you
creating a smooth cut through the pelvic bone. The two sides of the pelvis
can be spread farther apart by quickly pulling up on the animal's tail while still
standing on the hind legs.



3. Split the Breast Bone

Now you are ready to split the animal's breast bone which is done in much the
same way that the pelvis was split. First, use the hook on the Texas Buck
Buster to cut through the cartilage at the back of the rib cage until you reach
bone. Stand over the animal so that you are facing the front end and push
the fork of the Texas Buck Buster over the breast bone making sure that you
push it as far onto the bone as possible. Now, quickly pull the handle of the
Texas Buck Buster up and slightly away from you to make your first cut.
Because the breast bone is too long to split with one cut you will have to use
a different method than you used on the pelvis. After your first cut, simply
push the fork of the Texas Buck Buster as far as possible onto the breast
bone once again, and then pull up and slightly away from you just as you did
in making the first cut. Continue this process until you have completely split
open the rib cage.


4. Remove the Organs

All you have left to do to complete the field dressing process is to remove the
organs from the carcass. To do this, reach forward into the body cavity and
use the hook of the Texas Buck Buster to cut the esophagus as close to the
head as possible. Once the esophagus has been cut, begin to slowly pull the
esophagus toward the rear of the animal using the hook to cut loose any
blood vessels or tissue that do not pull free. When you reach the diaphragm
area of the animal use the hook on the Texas Buck Buster once again to cut
the muscles of the diaphragm away from the ribs. Continue pulling the
esophagus toward the rear of the animal and using the hook to cut away any
remaining tissue until everything is completely detached from the inside of the
body cavity and can be removed from the carcass. Finally, remove any
remaining viscera and drain all of the excess blood from the body cavity by
lifting the animal's front end up if possible.

This completes the field dressing process. We hope that the Texas Buck
Buster has made what is usually the most unpleasant part of hunting to be
faster, easier, and most importantly more safe for you. We thank you for your
valued business and hope that you tell everyone you know about the one tool
that was designed specifically to make your hunting trips better by taking the
hassle and worry out of field dressing the animals that you harvest.
Rodney Parrish         Evant, TX.        (325)-948-3668        Email