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First time I ever tried to mold anything was yesterday. I used this method and it worked great. I found out a few things though. My first...
by the way, I tried your 5 hour European yesterday on a sheep. Turned out great, thanks again!
Simple and easy base, Great idea. Thanks.
Feet look awesome, good job!
Go to the tutorials, and look up Antelope horn removal. Michael did a great job and will explain everything you need to know.
I broke it using a staker. the one Van Dyke's used to sell to fit in the mounting stand.
I have a steer hide that I tanned with Lutan-F. I have gotten it just as thin as possible, but this thing is just really stiff. The customer...
I ran out one time, when I was just beginning, learned my lesson and will never do that again. Try carpet adhesive from your local hardware store.
I have the Dakota IV. It will take longer than a full size flesher, which I will eventually invest in. It works great and does everything I need...
My first was the second bathroom in an apartment. That one was interesting. Good tanning vat though.
Just curious as to which hide paste you use?
thanks again, and keep up the great work.
looks good. Keep posting as you progress.
I agree, things can happen. He should have called you to let you know that there would be a delay. How long did he say it would take? How much...
definatley get the extra needle and tip, it could save you a huge headache someday.
nice work. do you have a before pic of your crappie?
$250 for a hog? I am only part time (1 more year), I charge 450 and thought I was cheap. How good of a friend is this guy?
Matthew,what are you interested in doing, birds? fish? squirrels? let me know I have a few things.
thanks for the post, the pics really help out.
Re: Proper prep work
Great post George, very informative, thanks once again.