Sausage making and deer processing videos for sale

Sausage making and deer processing videos for sale

Postby 2chucks » Fri Feb 24, 2006 1:10 pm

I am selling my video collection of VHS and CD instructional deer processing and sausage making tapes. Please read below.

1. "It�s field dressed now what?" 70 min. VHS (was $30)
2. "Jacks home butchering" Volume 1, from Jack Kolster, 82 min. VHS (was $30)
3. "Field care and processing of a whitetail deer", from Sam Collora, 80 min.VHS (was $24)
4. "Butchering field to table" from Wild harvest videos inc, 90 min. VHS (was $24)
5. "Sausage Making Curing & Smoking Meats, by Rytek Kutas "the Sausage Maker" 50 min. VHS (was $20)
6. "A comprehensive guide to big game field dressing" 30 min. VHS (was $30)
7. "Big game in-house butchering and meat processing" 70 min. VHS (was $30)
8. "Venison for the handyman" from Master line Dist, 64 min. VHS (was $13)
9. "Deer processing techniques for the avid hunter" from The butcher shoppe, This was a 2 tape set. Tape 1 is 115 minutes and tape 2 is 122 min. VHS (was $36)
10. "Deer processing from start to finish" from Diamond adventures, 70 min. VHS(was $20)
11. "How to process a deer" By Gary Modisett 87 min. VHS (was 20)
12. "Field to the freezer" from T&M outdoors, 71 min. DVD (was $15)
13. "From Field to freezer" From the Sheboygan County Conservation Assoc. 43 min. VHS (was $15)
14. " Butchering deer the easy way" from Marv Schultz, comes with cookbook. 25 min. VHS (was $20)
15. " C.W.D. the safer way" from Rick Richert, 70 min. DVD (was $30)

That's 16 tapes or CD's totaling 1139 minutes (Almost 19 hours) of Processing and sausage making
instruction. which would cost $337. I am selling this complete collection for $100 or $6.25 a tape
Each of these tapes/CD's have been viewd only 2 times each.
you can reach me at ronald.kulas@med.ge.com
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Postby Wohoki » Fri Feb 24, 2006 2:48 pm

Hi 2chucks. I'm taking a guess that these are all zone 1 DVD's and US line system VHS?
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Postby 2chucks » Fri Feb 24, 2006 2:57 pm

I don't know what zone 1 DVD means or US line VHS. I have watched them all and they all work in my DVD player and my VCR.
Wohoki wrote:Hi 2chucks. I'm taking a guess that these are all zone 1 DVD's and US line system VHS?
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Postby Wohoki » Fri Feb 24, 2006 3:19 pm

Zone 1 DVD is the US system, we're Zone 2 in the UK, and the VHS in the US is (I think) Secam and we use Pal in Europe, so US TV's have lower definition then we get here. It means that we can't play US DVDs unless we buy a multi-region DVD player, and the VHS tapes just wont play on British TVs.
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Postby David. » Fri Feb 24, 2006 10:04 pm

Secam is French. The U.S / Canada VHS format is N.T.S.C. You can get the tapes "dubbed" from N.T.S.C to PAL for a few bucks.

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Postby aris » Fri Feb 24, 2006 10:20 pm

I think you might have better luck, and a wider audience selling these on eBay.
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