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Tnrandy
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Tnrandy

Active Member, Male, from Tennessee

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    1. muskyff
      muskyff
      Thank you going to try this seems easier then the way I’m doing it.
      1. Tnrandy
        Tnrandy
        It's easier than the way we first started...we were cutting and then bending by hand and cutting and bending...after doing 4-5 with this, we agreed this is just as an important tool as our knife! Hope it works for you
        Oct 5, 2022
    2. muskyff
      muskyff
      so when you pull back do you grab under the upper jaw and pull towards you?
      1. Tnrandy
        Tnrandy
        Yes, stick the deers bottom jaw inside the clamp and bend down to open the jaw wide open. I actually mounted my clamp closer to the outside edge of my table so I can bend it down farther.
        Oct 5, 2022
    3. muskyff
      muskyff
      I read on one of your replies about knifes how you cut down the line and pop the jaw off. Any chance you could describe in detail how you do this. Its a part i struggle with trying to bend the jaw all the way to the next then have to dig in there cutting what I can till something gives.
      1. Tnrandy
        Tnrandy
        I use this thing we all call jaw breaker...i cut down the jaw line on the outside, put it's jaw in the bracket and bend it back and then cut down the inside and back. it's actually really easy after you've done a few. see if this link works for you. https://www.taxidermy.net/threads/436364/#post-2835232
        Oct 5, 2022
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