The Buck Boiler
I bought my buck boiler three days ago and have already done a pig skull and a bobcat skull. At first I was a little skeptical but now Iam fully convinced! The meat and tissue just falls off the bone with a little water and cleaning. The water evaporated a little quicker than I had imagined but that is no big deal I would recomend this to anyone who is tired of paying a taxidermist for european mounts.
February 6, 2012
I read both good and bad reviews before purchasing, but decided to try it. I ordered from Bass Pro on a Sun. evening, it shipped the next day, and I got it three days later. After using it today, I am definitely happy with it. The first head has been in there almost 8 hours and it's almost done. We even added a second small head in after a while and it's pretty much done too. We roughly skinned off the face and removed most of the neck before starting. Breaker has not tripped once. We only had to add the detergent once. I had the impression it would be boiling vigorously but it's not, but the water is hot and bubbling and it's definitely working. Will pay for itself this season alone. Can't believe it's working this well!
November 20, 2011
I bought a Buck Boiler for my husband's birthday. He had 2 heads in our freezer that needed to be removed. He could not believe how easy it made it to prepare them. Now I know my walls will be covered in a few years. lol Would recommend this product to any hunter.
June 30, 2011
worked good for me!!
i read alot of reviews, both good and bad. decided to try it out on some dead heads we found this spring, so the were already part dried on and very stinky. i just put them in and let it run for about 2 days, then pulled out, and most everything fell off, powerwashed them and replaced the water and ran for another 24hrs. WORKED GREAT!. i did 4 heads like this and it never tripped the breaker once! I can't wait to see how good it works on a fresh & skinned heads!
May 7, 2011