Whats the best way

Submitted by Bobbi Meyer on 04/15/2004 at 12:56. ( bmeyer@iland.net ) 168.166.80.206

of removing Impala horns from the skull if the darn thing has been sitting around for probably several years and is dried to the cores? Will soaking it still loosen it up enough to get them loose? The only thing budging when I try to twist them at all is the fissures (sp) in the skull...

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Soak it!

This response submitted by Old MAn on 04/15/2004 at 13:36. ( ) 63.241.157.113

Soak for a couple of weeks and pull the suckers right off. Amazing how the stink will come back in them after all thouse years!

God Bless


Some wont come off

This response submitted by Randy on 04/15/2004 at 15:22. ( ) 198.107.240.10

Soak the3m for a few weeks and that should do it. Ocasionally I get an impala that has a horn curvature that will not allow them to come off, then I drill a few holes into the core and inject them.


Thanks

This response submitted by Bobbi Meyer on 04/16/2004 at 08:06. ( bmeyer@iland.net ) 168.166.80.206

for the info. This will be my first African experience, so wish me luck !


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