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Molding and Casting / Departure
« Last post by Polymer Guy on Today at 10:15:47 AM »
It is with a sad heart that I announce my resignation from the company that's been home to me for 27 years. I want to thank all of you I count friends in this crazy taxidermy world for listening to my banter and advice all these years. I hope and pray it's been beneficial and helped you grow. Not only has it been my intent to help you achieve financial goals through excellent products, but also gain friends. I think both have been accomplished.

Innovative Polymers/RAMPF products are still out here and Rick Krane at Anglers Artistry will continue to represent and sell the products he's grown to love and trust. I hope you continue to make them part of your repertoire as well.

So I bid thee farewell, but I'll still be checking things out on here to help if I can! All my blessings to you.

For Sale / Re: Dry Tanned Zebra, Cut for a rug
« Last post by Jim Stagliano on Today at 10:13:39 AM »
Zebra hide has been sold, Thank you!
Molding and Casting / Re: Urethane Liquid Plastic Question
« Last post by Polymer Guy on Today at 10:06:35 AM »
Well said Kathie.
I would also like to know where you got our emails.  I dont have a website or advertise at all.  I find it interesting that you throw God out there and your pregnant wife to try and convince us of your sincerity.  Plus the fact that claimto be in "cyber security" is a red flag to me.
Plus he says he from texas but closes  phrase with cheers,(simply not comman in the south) , most  will write a we bit like we talk, not one bit of Texas slang in the whole story. All circumstantial, but very suspicious.
Fish Taxidermy / Badly Dried Shark Jaws
« Last post by MorneZ on Today at 09:56:46 AM »
Hi everybody,

I have purchased some shark jaws from a guy down at the coast here in South Africa. The problem is that the jaws are not mounted properly and have dried in a "cramped" style. They are not typically mounted jaws and look like they were left to dry out in the barn without any oversight.
My question is this: can one re-soak dry jaws to re-mount properly? If so, how would I go about doing this properly?

Best regards,

Bird Taxidermy / Re: What's on your workbench?
« Last post by Nate Miller on Today at 09:52:07 AM »
Excellent work everyone. Tom, love the heron. Nice little greenwing, Mallard. Silverfox, what can I say. Beautiful work all the way around!!
For Sale / Tanned blue wildebeest
« Last post by Taximan2016 on Today at 09:39:22 AM »
Just back from wildlife gallery.  Large blue wildebeest cape and horns. $475.
Not bad I've done 6 of their walleye and the detail is decent. Didn't really care for the fins but my customers loved them. Pretty easy to assemble but still have the seam to work.
For Sale / Re: Fish blanks $1.00 per inch
« Last post by Doubled-d65 on Today at 08:06:18 AM »
I received the two  i order ,also spoke to on the phone seem like a good person
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