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Discussion in 'For Sale' started by yosteve, Feb 22, 2021.
where can i buy the razor blade lip splitting tool
Use disposable scalpel blades. A #22 is a very versatile blade. You can buy both the blades and the handles from McKenzie Taxidermy Supply.
I buy and use single edge razor blades you can buy at any hardware or paint store 100 to a pack
thanks that is what i have always used just looking and wanting to try the razor blade and holder just can not find it
Matuska has one.
I used single edge razor blades since day one. Too many gimmicks out there now. “Anybody out there have a paint schedule for a Gray Fox nose” !
grab a bunch of cheap toothbrushes from the dollar store, heat the handle and insert a razor blade.
now you have a blade and a handle for less than a dollar. HEY...inmates do this and use it as a very effective weapon.
100 for 18.00
or 144 for $7.20
and 5,000 blades for $125.00 (these guys make the blades for most of the broadheads on the market)
Sounds like you are referring to the helping hands fleshing tool. You can find it at Matuska or from Helping Hands. I love mine and use it for everything from splitting to final detail thinning around eyes, nose and lips. It uses carpet blades so you get more cutting edges than using a regular straight razor blade and the angle at which it holds the blade is more comfortable than just holding a blade to me. Just my preference, but I would definitely recommend it. Its one of my favorite and most used tools. Don't buy the replacement blades from the supply company, just get a box of carpet blades from Amazon to save a lot of money.
Joey I thought a southern lip splitting tool was called a fist?
Thank you so much Jeff70 & ARUsher you hit it on the nose .Went to Matuska Taxidermy and found the helping hand fleshing tool and have two on order. thanks to all for your help
Guys, they have come out with a fantastic tool that eliminates jury rigging. It's called a SCALPEL and you can buy disposable replacement blades.
for everthing from mice to moose thats all I use.... have knives and scalpels rusting in the drawer....oh except small wood chisel for around antlers(#G Roofe)
George, Walker told me you can tell a real taxidermist because they use a knife.
Ken knows I wasn't one. I never learned to use a straight needle like he does. I was able to take the screwdriver that he was adjusting hide with and give him a Taxi-Tuk tool.