Pinning knife used to remove pin feathers from chickens, turkeys, ducks and all fowl. Large handle fits big hands. New design has larger handle then our extremely poplar 11073 Pinning knife. 3" blade.
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Proper use of a pinning knife for removing pin feathers from poultry, ducks or turkeys.
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Not very effective
Posted by Unknown on 8th Oct 2018
Does not work great in scraping off pin feathers.
From Cornerstone: it is not designed to scrape off the feathers.
it is designed to put the feather quill between the thumb and the blade of the knife. The blade grips the quill and allows it to pull out of the skin.
Please see our video https://www.cornerstone-farm.com/accessories/knife-pinning-sm-handle/
Posted by Mat on 1st Sep 2017
I had this in my wishlist for a few months and I kept putting off buying it because if it didn't work I wouldn't have a use for it otherwise. But I finally broke down and got it and I am pleasantly surprised. No more aching fingers. There is a learning curve that I still haven't mastered but all in all it saves time. A cool feature that I found is that you can shave the feathers off the bird. I bought the large handle version and it fits nicely in my hand. The smaller handled version may have even been better to squeeze out the pins because the bulge at the end of the large handle seems to impede some hand movement and it gets a little difficult to hold on to when it gets oily but that is no big deal compared to the time it saves. Like I say I'm still in the learning phase. I will probably buy the smaller handled version also to see how that works.