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My big spatchcocking tool
For the first few birds I spatchcocked I used kitchen shears. Then I almost broke the plastic handles so I looked for another device. I had seen people using tin snips and things like that. I went out and got a pair (not pictured), wasn't big enough, so I got another (left), it was ok but not what I was looking for. Well the other day at Home Depot they had these Husky 9.5 inch utility scissors (right). They were $5 so I figured what the hell. Man they are perfect. Cut right through 2 backs and they were a lot easier to clean then the other 2. Highly recommended. Strangely though they are not listed on the HD website!