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Wanted / Arapawa sheep
« Last post by BUCKHUNTER15 on Today at 01:27:33 AM »
Looking for a Arapawa sheep cape. Any help would be appreciated Thanks
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Wanted / Re: caribou cape
« Last post by RITAFIL on Today at 12:48:48 AM »
wt ,, makes no sense ,,
you want price , condition and then a maybe on purchase after the fact .. ,

Sounds like a waste of time for me,, and I have one to sell --- just  IMOM
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Skulls and Skeletons / Re: July Skull of the month 2017
« Last post by steamvalley on Today at 12:19:58 AM »
Very nice work
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Beginners / Re: Question About Wet Tanning
« Last post by Tanglewood Taxidermy on Yesterday at 11:59:13 PM »
Either. They are one in the same, in that a dry tan is rehydrated into a wet tan. So, if you use a dry tan, you'll have to soak it in a solution of water and a little bit of salt or as per tanners requirements then let it sit in a garbage bag over night to make it into a wet tan.
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Bird Taxidermy / Re: Free bill finishing manuals by Joe Ferebee Jr.
« Last post by J P Baker on Yesterday at 11:13:37 PM »
I have a friend that ask me to post for him, he would like one.
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Fish Taxidermy / Re: Silver metalic and air brush
« Last post by Sotired on Yesterday at 10:55:30 PM »
I would second Jimmy and add that the metal flakes in metalic and pearl paints can prematurlely  wear out a good air brush, so spray them with a cheap, Harbor Freight model!

~S
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Wanted / Kansas whitetail cape
« Last post by Hjerrett on Yesterday at 10:17:33 PM »
ISO: A large Kansas cape wet or tanned. About 8 inch eye to nose and 23-24 on me k measurements. Let me know what you have
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Buyers and Sellers / Leroy wierzba
« Last post by jessewild on Yesterday at 10:17:29 PM »
Great dealings with kojak. He's a lifesaver. Got them today still frozen. Again thank u so much.
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Fish Taxidermy / Re: Replica Blank prep question
« Last post by J P Baker on Yesterday at 09:50:47 PM »
It is what you make it. Ive seen guys take hours to trim and grind out a blank but it can be done in 15 minutes. I was taught, using the right tool for the job will make the job easier. Using the wrong tool might work but it will take you forever.

(See photo) the best tool is a die grinder with a cut off disc and a couple carbide grinding tips. Air tool Grinder $30, pack of cut off wheels $5, carbide grinding  tip $50. Also you better have a compressor that can drive air tools or you will burn it up. I know I've burned up a few but now I have a good one.


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Deer and Gameheads / Re: Left or right
« Last post by John L on Yesterday at 09:50:20 PM »
Thanks I appreciate the help.
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