help with mouflon

Submitted by der hntr on 4/11/05 at 10:43 PM. ( clark534@cox.net ) 68.10.124.77

Before everybody jumps I have done my homework and cannot find the answers I seek.
1- Do you cape a mouflon, starting w/ a Y insion. It only makes sense but want to make sure.
2- Is there a paint schedule somewhere.
As far as removing the horns I fell good about that, enough info in the archives, just not to sure about caping and painting.
Thanks, Bill

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Yes

This response submitted by Hogger on 4/12/05 at 5:48 AM. ( ) 4.7.222.255

A "Y" incision will work fine. I use Lifetone's dark brown (almost black) for the nose and eyelids. A mist of black umber in the ears are okay too. A light pine stain on the horns followed by a satin clear coat makes them nice.


thanks

This response submitted by der hntr on 4/12/05 at 6:53 PM. ( clark534@cox.net ) 68.10.124.77

Thanks for the tip, will be a few weeks before I get started but just trying to get a heads up now.
Thanks again, Bill


I wouldnt use stain

This response submitted by Coot on 4/14/05 at 4:19 PM. ( ) 63.149.216.42

There is a product out called antler and horn conditioner . I think I bought mine from Research . I use this on all my antelope , Rams , etc . If you have a weathered set of horns that you need to bring some color into then start looking at different stains .


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