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I remember seeing some posts on the "tutorials" section that seemed to be helpful.
I would think there would be a need, but every ones need might be at the same time (seasons). You might be stuck doing all the crap work,...
I'd say your work and ethics are way above average!! It just sounds like the Wife doesn't want another "stuffed deer head" on the wall. Maybe...
I also wait until after tanning. Never a fun process though. After I start the separation, I grip the cart. w/pliers and use my fingers to...
Get the Vandyke's, you wont regret it.
Yes, it always seems easier to use the needle nose to hold the cartilage stable, while you use your fingers to separate the skin from cartilage.
Sorry, no claywork. But still may help.
I think it was Bill Motzer, under tutorials. Bill is the Yote guru!
Looks crisp and clean. I'm no pro, but I would say the top of the brisket, in the arm pit area, looks off. The eye shape is a too far open for...
........or add a garbage bag!! LOL
Plastic threaded Plaster anchors. The bigger the better. These always worked well for me. Most of the weight is downward and not out.