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Monkey Dressing 101 with a BK9

Discussion in 'Camillus Collector's Forum' started by , Jun 26, 2002.

  1. Guest



    Dec 2, 2001
    Geez Jeff, Now im gettin huuuungry yum yum.
  3. roguesoul


    Oct 21, 2000
    That’s 99.054% cannibalism, nice knife though.:cool:
  4. tknife

    tknife Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 18, 1999
    Nice pic Jeff! I can't wait to pick up a BK9.
  5. Guest

    Well, I didn't want to tell this, but that's actually a smoked human baby being dressed there. Tastes like monkey....uh I mean chicken. They're pretty good if you get 'em young enough. :D


    Dec 2, 2001
    :barf: :barf: :barf:
  7. roguesoul


    Oct 21, 2000
    How do you get ‘em out of the trees? Poison darts or do just throw your knife at ‘em?
  8. Guest

    16 gauge shotgun...one shot, one kill :D

    the amazing thing is we shot them in flooded jungle, so they immediately went under. We bushwhacked the dugout into the bush, found the hole in the canopy where they fell, and our indig friend takes his clothes off jumps in the swamp and dives until he finds them.
  9. Nightwind


    Jun 30, 2001
    Monkey? Looks more like a swamp rat...

    SCNR ;)

    PS: Love my BK7 C/U :) :)
  10. Terrill


    Feb 23, 2000
    Jeff, alone you have driven the stock of Burger King up 10 points. Will "monkey skinning" be a new test for the guild at the Blade Show next year? Also, will Peru allow firearms to be brought into the country by tourist?
  11. Guest

    Did someone say Swamp Rat? ;)

    Terrill, it is legal to take certain firearms however you need permission beforehand. You also have to declare them before leaving the United States and you have to bring back whatever you take...otherwise it can be considered "gun running." The short of the whole thing is it's a hassle. The hunters in the jungles can legally own 16 gauge single shot shotguns so that's what you see a lot of down there. Besides, ever try hitting a monkey in a tree with a burst of fire from an AK :D Personally we don't go down to hunt. Usually meat is bought or traded for from the village hunters. It's a way of life for these folks to kill what they eat, so whenever we go we either accompany them on a hunt or trade for the meat, but we don't do the shootin'

    Burger King? How dare you say that especially since it's the same meat they use in their hamburgers. :D
  12. Jason Burns

    Jason Burns

    Jan 20, 2001
    Can they be dressed like squirrels?? (You know a cut under the tail, through the bone, stand on the tail and pull, etc??) I ask only because I will be in the field some in Nicaragua where monkey is a common food.
  13. toothed


    Nov 7, 2000
    Does the hand of your indigenous friend in the picture belong to Billy Tran? Isn't he supposed to be some kind of expert on "mankeys." :D

    All joking aside, I'm really getting an itch to pickup a BK9 after seeing its rope/can cutting and game preparation abilities.
  14. Guest

    No skinning necessary. Kill the animal, singe the hair off over a fire by burning and scraping, split the belly, remove the entrails, split the skull and the rest of the animal in two and then you can either smoke the meat to preserve, or cook it immediately. Hardly any animal is skinned before eating in the jungle.
  15. Jason Burns

    Jason Burns

    Jan 20, 2001
    That is what I was afraid of! The burning of the hair makes it hard to keep my appetite! (Guess I did not need the food badly enough when I have seen that done with other animals!):barf: :barf:
  16. Mongo


    Nov 5, 2001
    Just don't eat the brains... can never be sure if nasty little things called prions are there. Can and will kill you, about 20 yrs down the line.

    Keep having fun, and looking forward to your review of the BK-9 on your site.

    P.S., you call that a vacation?:eek:
  17. swede79


    Jan 30, 2001
    That's a disgusting remark, and I have reported this thread to the moderators. Pretty much what I have come to expect from a troll.
  18. Guest

    Jesus! get a life dude. It's a damn joke! Thus the :D after the post.

    Besides these children were already weaned from their mother. Even though they weren't speaking real good Spanish, I did hear them scream right before the hunter shot them :) Hey, at least we let the mother live :D

    Do most folks take joking remarks this serious around the Camillus forum?


    Dec 2, 2001
    Geeeeeez lighten up its a joke.

    Jeff there is no mercy for you brother.
  20. toothed


    Nov 7, 2000
    Jeff is NOT a troll.

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