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There is a similar way but the skin all comes off and you don't have to stick your hands inside and get poked by a broken bone. Instead of standing on the front and back, stand on each wing as close to the body as possible. Then grab each leg an pull(don' jerk), continue pulling a little harder until it comes apart, pull until all that is left is the wings and breast between your feet. Then clip the wings off with a pruning shears. This works great with pheasants, the warmer they are the easier it is to do.
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