With all the back & forth on Antelope horn removal tast week I figured I would show my simple "fool proof" method of removing the horn's ;D LOL FIRST!! Before removing I drill a small pilot hole in each outer side where the "notch" is on the shell. When you re-attach the shell's of Antelope horns they will slide all the way to the base of the skull which is to far. This hole allows you to insert a brake when reattaching the shells so you do not have to guess the proper allignment & heighth of each horn. Then I simmer them one side at a time in dawn soap & baking soda on VERY LOW heat for 15-20 minutes (a smaller pot allows you to regulate the temperature better) Stick in other side for 15-20 minutes And that's it ;D I then simmer the skull cap only for another 15-20 minutes to remove the reast of the meat & grease.