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Don't kill it Cecil.......do we do much more with our lives?? Swimming erratically against the current and sometimes not knowing why or where?
salted white tail deer cape ,, good condition, 7x19 ears turned, lips split , salted, ,, $50 shipped I will do visa over the phone, or checks mailed to me please call or text me 308 430 4848
23", 6.5 lb. Large Mouth Bass mounted on wood for wall hanging. All fins are intact but has some cracking on scales.
$200.00 shipped. Money Order or cleared check accepted.
I am looking for 3 Otters. Must be fresh, and no tags in the face. They need to be med in size and all the same size. you can contact me by pm or text at 859 750-8295 Kurt Ainsworth
Joey nailed it. If you intend to be professional, stick to the idea that the customer isn't always right and that YOU control your own destiny. Use the best products available so that you can stay on the cutting edge of the industry. If you sell an open mouth, look at what your work looks like versus what the cast mouth systems look like. THEN consider the COST of you doing it versus just ordering a prefinished one and installing it. You're doing commercial work and you don't get extra points for doing it yourself, you get extra cash by putting the best product out there. If a customer is unwilling to pay for that (or "unable" for some of you who think you should be Billy Graham and save everyone), then they really don't need to come into your shop. They'll be happier going to someone else, and in the long run, you'll be much happier they did as well. The cheapskates always tend to be the ones who'll gripe about everything.
Banteng Bull cape salted and dried. Also set of horns from same bull boiled and cleaned. $1000 au plus postage from Australia. Will sell cape only for $700. Can tan cape for extra $500. Please contact Chris firstname.lastname@example.org thanks
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There are 3 letters that I use to describe that Mini-Flesher. They're POS. Eons ago when WASCO was a pup and I was poor, I bought one. Then I had to buy a bigger compressor. Then I had to buy a bigger compressor with a bigger tank. Then I was constantly picking bits of sinew and fat off my glasses, out of my teeth, off the wall. When that wasn't happening, strings of sinew were winding up under the shield and around the spindle. Then I was taking it apart and trying to readjust that blade and guards. I actually put that POS on this website and GAVE IT TO SOMEONE WHO PAID POSTAGE. Unless you have a 5 HP compressor with a 50 gallon tank, just buy a round knife. It will be one helluva lot cheaper in the long run and you can depend on professional results from it.
LOL...I bought one and found it to be worthless right away.