That is like boneless buffalo wings. Boneless buffalo are no fun to hunt because they just lay there on the prairie. You just walk up and kick them a couple times and that's it. There is no sport in it.
I bet they use hot wax to get the feathers off a buffalo wing.
You are some sort of a hot wax freak aren't you Stillbilly?
A turkey hunt in my neck of the woods does not involve any cauldrons of boiling water nor a hunk of wax. It may work well. But a flap of turkey skin is not worth packing your candle making equipment over the continental divide.
I'll let you wax the turkeys. I'm just blasting them and peeling them like a bull frog.
I will admit the skin sure makes them cook up nice and gives them some fat. That is why I plucked the ones I did. But instead of trying to give a gobbler a Brazilian hot wax I use a plastic baking bag and brine. It makes the meat nice and moist and it is infinitely easier.
So wax on bro. Or wax off. Whatever plucks your turkey.
Cauldron of boiling water topped witha pot of melted wax seems a good alternative.(see than Louisiana link).
Dip the bird for a min or so then slowly pull out with the wax coating, chill, then crack off the wax(and feathers).