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Wanted / Re: Need a tanned life sized badger
« Last post by mountnman on Today at 09:02:17 AM »
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Fish Taxidermy / Re: Thought I would ask the folks
« Last post by buckfever/louisiana on Today at 08:48:54 AM »
I got a  iwata airbrush  had it about 5 years.  Never been used other than  testing it out  the day I bought it. Its a really good airbrush.
 I been using the  cheap Paasche Airbrushes for 30 years  its no its just no leaving  them .
if interested let me know.
The Taxidermy Industry / Re: Cecil's dead
« Last post by JL on Today at 08:36:59 AM »
DAMN....when I saw the headline I thought another Democrat and friend had passed away. Happy to see it wasn't the fish farmer. lol
Neat set of whitetail antlers from Minnesota. It has a 4" drop tine and is a 10 pointer.  skull plate is intact. 200.00 or best offer or trade
Fish Taxidermy / Re: Hi folks! Need advice pricing my skin mounts
« Last post by JL on Today at 08:22:38 AM »
Joey, your ten pound price is just $10 more than my minimum. HUMMMMMM.
Skulls and Skeletons / Re: acetal plastic
« Last post by Trouble_667 on Today at 08:15:03 AM »
Yeah, zip ties should be polypropylene which I think is a 5. So they should be fine in acetone. A place like Grainger or Uline should have writeable or serialized zip ties. You'll probably have better luck with the pre-serialized ones over the write-ons as you'd have to test the writing against the acetone.
The Taxidermy Industry / Re: My daughter's first otter head
« Last post by Derek Plaisance on Today at 08:04:01 AM »
Bird Taxidermy / Re: bird blow dryer
« Last post by BrookeSFD16 on Today at 07:47:12 AM »
Get online and buy a Pet Dryer. They are about 70$. They have heat, or no heat. Hi or low speed. I use mine on low and swap back an forth from low heat to no heat. I use it initially to fluff the down and get all the feathers seperated. Once the longer feathers get dry enough to start "popping " , I swap to my Stinger vac ( used only for birds) , or a hairdryer. It takes me 20-30 mins to completely dry a bird.

The Pet Dryer is a GREAT investment.  You can you is for much more than birds.
The Taxidermy Industry / Re: Taxishop Review
« Last post by troy on Today at 07:27:29 AM »
A little plug for Tom here. Had the program since I started and it has worked very well. In the time or two I had a question or issue, Tom was readily available and told me exactly how to remedy my question.  I like everything about it. Works great.
Training / Re: The cost of seminars
« Last post by magicmick on Today at 07:24:29 AM »
When I was in Asia last year I tried to tee up some one on one training, cost was $1000 USA dollars for the day.i gave a miss because I wasn't shore how good his English was and like George said with a DVD you can watch them over and over better money value.
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