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Wanted / Re: Exotic skulls, primates, sloths, tamandua, Chinese water deer others
« Last post by Jakemish on January 21, 2018, 07:41:10 PM »
Still looking
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Beginners / Re: Turkey taxidermy
« Last post by Tom Maul on January 21, 2018, 07:36:45 PM »
Yup!... I used a clear plastic tote from the big box store, I'm afraid of my wife!
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Convention Information / Re: United Taxidermists Association Exposition 2018
« Last post by RichMO on January 21, 2018, 07:29:06 PM »
Joker...  Don't know where your looking but the Competition Rules have been on their web site for some time...  Here is the web site in case you can't find that either.....  https://www.unitedtaxidermyassociation.com/competition-rules
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Wanted / Re: Looking for Harlequin Drake
« Last post by AKFOWLPLAY on January 21, 2018, 07:17:48 PM »
have one    might be a little old but should work out   PM me
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Prices?  Pics?  can text 618-262-3825
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For Sale / 3 Red King Crab
« Last post by AKFOWLPLAY on January 21, 2018, 07:16:05 PM »
3 Red King Crab

#1 - 6.5" across carapace
#2 - 6.0" across carapace
#3 - 5.5" across carapace

$200 each or $500 for all 3 plus shipping
Will ship 2nd day FedEx

907-252-7455
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Skulls and Skeletons / Re: Mold on antlers and breaking
« Last post by Sea Wolf on January 21, 2018, 07:15:16 PM »
For general sealing, I just dunk 2-3-4 and let them drip dry. For your issue, you need to allow that paraloid to soak in as deep as you can. I would immerse all the pieces and let them sit, submerged for a day at least. This will allow the solution to penetrate as deep as it can. After they have had a good soak, prop them up on a bucket lid and let them drain and dry. This way, what drains out you can return to your solution and you don't waste any of it. It will prevent any more loss of bits and give you a more stable surface for reconstruction. Is there any possibility that those antlers might have still had velvet on them? Cured antler should be relatively solid and not at all soft inside.
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Buyers and Sellers / Wood panels
« Last post by Bob Jungman (559) 269-3336 on January 21, 2018, 06:56:57 PM »
Please tell me who you get wood panels from.
I need something for a flat cut off 6 x 6 elk rack
& how world you secure it onto the panel to hang on a wall?
Bob Jungman
(559) 269-3336
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Wanted / Re: Upgrade Coming Soon: Old outgoing PMs will be lost!
« Last post by Bob Jungman (559) 269-3336 on January 21, 2018, 06:53:29 PM »
Thanks, Ken, for all you do.
Bob.
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Training / Re: Taxidermy Tech - Find out what these guys know...
« Last post by Ken D on January 21, 2018, 06:24:30 PM »
Congratulations to Bryan Carden on completion of his Basic Whitetail course this past week!



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