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Discussion in 'The Taxidermy Industry' started by JonHarleTX, Oct 9, 2006.
Symmetry is way off Bobbi. Yer slipping...... ;D
oh well...I tried!! LOL
C'mon folks we can't kill this thread yet!
Put up some photos, give us some inspiration.
Man do I want one too Bobbi! I want a pair of chaps & jeans too...ouch...ouch ouch ouch...in a <u>very</u> good way!
Lisa..."good" chaps? Cmon hon, fess up. Lol.
some village people assless chaps is what I'm thinking
Bill...you know dang well which ones I'm talking about...but somehow I don't think I'd wear them NEARLY as well as the original model...ouchhhhhhhhhhhh. !
Gurl friens, I haven't forsaken anyone. Still in process of getting computers set up, that's almost done, BUT I'm trying to get molds and stuff done so I can get some more stuff put up for auction so yer Aunt Becky can get sent off to Deer Camp at Big John's Taxidermy and Deer Academy.
I hit a snag this last week. UPS broke what three of us guys had thought to be an unbreakable mold. We're talking 1/2" of fiberglass. I've almost got the repair done. The original sculpture was sacrificed in the mold making, I was just a tad upset. I wouldn't have a bit of problem firing UPS employees.
lol are you serious, I don't think this thread could ever die back around page 60 ish ( i think ) there is a picture of my daughter she couldn't even walk or talk then, she is now old enough that this weekend she was shooting the 22 with me LOL This one's been around awhile and I don't think it's going anywhere
Was it this driver you gave the mold to Glen?
Darn UPS any way
The only thing I can figure is that it was T-boned by a fast moving freight train after the van flipped.
CLEVER! I like it!
Small world isn't it? I just got a 25 pound box of Fry Krisp from Jackson, Michigan. How big a company is that, any hoo?
Not very big. And its harder to find it locally then when you go out of town.
Now that is strong Barbwire