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#6467514 - 09/25/16 02:31 PM Table to clean deer with??
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Are you guys using a certain table for cleaning your game either at home or camp? Just got a shop finished and want to start processing my deer myself. I saw a 6ft long folding table at Walmart this morning that would probably do the job, however it was only 29 inches tall which might make the back a little sore after leaning over for a while.

I've also been looking at some of those tables that have a sink you can attach a hose too. Wasn't sure if having water while cutting up a deer was necessary.

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#6467537 - 09/25/16 02:52 PM Re: Table to clean deer with?? [Re: spoon33]
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Yes we have a table and it does come in handy. Ours is about 42' Tall x 48" wide x 60" long and we do have water close. After skinned and quartered we can take into a house at the lease for washing.

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#6467793 - 09/25/16 06:12 PM Re: Table to clean deer with?? [Re: spoon33]
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I bought a 4ft x 8ft piece of HDPE and mounted a stainless sink under it. I built a base from treat treated lumber, this was 8 years ago and it is still in great shape. We process 50 animals a year at it. It is awesome having a huge table that is also a huge cutting board.
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#6467834 - 09/25/16 06:35 PM Re: Table to clean deer with?? [Re: spoon33]
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Lone Star Restaurant Supply has decent priced stainless tables and sink combinations ready to use, used/clean
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#6467838 - 09/25/16 06:39 PM Re: Table to clean deer with?? [Re: sig226fan (Rguns.com)]
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Originally Posted By: sig226fan (Rguns.com)
Lone Star Restaurant Supply has decent priced stainless tables and sink combinations ready to use, used/clean


defiantly the most sanitary
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#6467842 - 09/25/16 06:41 PM Re: Table to clean deer with?? [Re: spoon33]
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In the early 80's I made a game cleaning (deer/hogs/fish) table out of treated lumber and a 4'x8' sheet of galvanized sheet metal. I built table for my height to work off so I would not have to bend over. It was around 7' long and 24" wide with a backsplash. I then put the sheet metal over all the wood on top and backsplash, folding and bending under. Nailed it in place for a one piece top. I had an old sink that I put at one end.I cut the sink in and caulked it in place. That old table has been outside in the weather since then and still in good shape.
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#6467844 - 09/25/16 06:42 PM Re: Table to clean deer with?? [Re: spoon33]
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Originally Posted By: spoon33
Are you guys using a certain table for cleaning your game either at home or camp? Just got a shop finished and want to start processing my deer myself. I saw a 6ft long folding table at Walmart this morning that would probably do the job, however it was only 29 inches tall which might make the back a little sore after leaning over for a while.


Those plastic tables do fine. Just cut 4 pieces of 2" PVC pipe and slip it over the legs. Cut them long enough to bring the height to exactly where you want it.

Having water is nice, but I just have a big plastic tub and a garden hose. Works fine.


Edited by Palehorse (09/25/16 06:50 PM)
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