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The Taxidermy Industry / Re: I am not sure where to post this
« Last post by joeym on Today at 07:44:29 AM »
So sorry to hear this.  Condolences and Prayers to his family.   
Good to go and looking forward to it. The last WTC I was able to attend was 2001 long overdue.
Wanted / Re: shed moose antler
« Last post by bucksnort10 on Today at 07:06:35 AM »
Small, good condition.
PM with pictures and cost.
Just looking for one side.

For Sale / Re: 2 red Foxes, frozen whole.
« Last post by mvernelson on Today at 06:37:10 AM »
Male is sold.
Fish Taxidermy / Re: Supply company props
« Last post by duxdog on Today at 06:14:11 AM »
I bought another Iwata from them. Great folks to deal with
Just leave them sit for a day. They'll all leave on their own.
Skulls and Skeletons / Re: Elk in beetle colony
« Last post by AMRE2ME2 on Today at 05:54:51 AM »
Here's a pic how to keep bugs from crawling up the antler. Just tape a cone shaped piece of plastic sheet around the main beam. Very simple and 100% effective. Keep your temp inside the tank below 82 degrees and they won't fly. These have just been taken out of the beetles and letting them sit a day to remove any left inside the skull.
Tanning / rubbery tan
« Last post by hunterdownunder1 on Today at 05:47:05 AM »
Hi all i have a tanned waterbuck i am trying to wet back.the problem is it is rubbery with no stretch like acid swell i there any thing i can do to relax it
Never heard of dipping into paint. I'm pretty sure you are thinking about Hydro- dipping. Just go to Utube and watch one of the how-to videos posted.
Skulls and Skeletons / Re: will gassing mink hurt beetles
« Last post by AMRE2ME2 on Today at 05:35:08 AM »
I use both Chloiform and CO2 to kill most of my critters. Has no effect on the beetles.
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