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Degreasing bears at home is not easy. Send them out to the pros for tanning.
Lots of valuable info from highly knowledgeable men !!!
Same as Verne here.
Thought that doe was alive at first glance Steve, superb work! Lots of amazing work this month!
I have done at least 100 deer capes, zero problems. Oil after shaving and you will gain at least 1 inch of stretch.
I also have cursed the extra damage those heads cause on skins! Lots of extra sewing involved, especialy on a raking shot.
Northern Pines, high quality professional business!
Whatever method works for u. I use a jig saw blade embedded in a wooden handle. Lip skin is ultra thin and a high tack hide paste (Roman 555 PRO VOV)
Turning ears is my least favorite prepping step. I use a spray bottle of water as I go, sometimes it helps sometimes not. Injuries to the ear...
Good to see the kids joining in. Lots of good memories being made . Nice mount also!
I'm with George, the Headquarters nose is the way I go. More accurate than what I can carve in the same amount of time.
Brad Eppley design deer earliners and Buckeye bear earliners both sold by Mckenzie. After trying several glues,have settled with Magic smooth 2...
Old style Meder and trueyes for the lifelike qualities, of course.
Thanks for the info fellow dermists, much appreciated!
I am looking for reviews of Midwest Fur Dressing, am considering them for bear tanning.
Looking for reviews of Midwest Fur Dressing. I am considering using them for bear.
Very nice, to show quality artistry Wow !
Don't know about their forms,but use HQ's replacement noses on all my whitetails- excellent detail!