Need a little help out there!!!

Submitted by Bob C on 2/3/1999. ( bobswildlife@webtv.net )

OK guys, My turn. Somebodys got to help me stay sane. Which supplier carries the new line of small game pedestal shoulder forms.I saw them at the nationals and they looked peety good.I've looked in every catalog I've got and I either missed em or something.I am going nuts. PLEASE HELP Bob C PS: Yes Bill I checked the previous posts !!!!

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oooh! ooooh! oooh!

This response submitted by Perry on 2/3/1999. ( pgk@ncentral.com )

Bob,

If you are refering to bobcat coyote red and grey fox,
the company is ozark woods. They sell mannikins and complete bases.
I used the red fox and hope to use the grey fox and coyote in the
near future. If you need the address, you can check my website
www.ncentral.com/~pgk and look under suppliers. If you weren't talking
about bobcat, coyote, and fox, then never mind...


Brian Harness

This response submitted by Bill on 2/4/1999. ( yoxtax@aol.com )

# is 870-743-6555 or 800-467-0369. Also my inside line is that Roger Martin is making some for McKenzie as we speak!


You mean I got that one right!!!

This response submitted by perry on 2/4/1999. ( pgk@ncentral.com )

My wife says I'm never right, should I bring this to her attention?


Thanks guys

This response submitted by Bob c on 2/4/1999. ( ************ )

Thanks alot guys! I thought I was goin nuts. Well that still may be the case !!


Brian will be at the World Tax. Cham.

This response submitted by John C on 2/4/1999. ( )

Brian is a old hunting buddy of mine and at the present he has gone COLLECTING small mammals.

He has booths 158-159-160 reserved.

The complete set rock, base, and form runs from about $35 to $45. Great stuff. John C.


Here's another

This response submitted by Dave on 2/26/1999. ( )

John Rhinehart has just added a new line of small animal pedestal forms. They also include bases. Haven't tried them yet, but I suppose I will.


Here's another

This response submitted by Dave on 2/26/1999. ( )

John Rhinehart has just added a new line of small animal pedestal forms. They also include bases. Haven't tried them yet, but I suppose I will.


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