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newby looking for whitetail cape

Discussion in 'Beginners' started by drock15l, Mar 14, 2008.

  1. looking for a wet tanned doe or buck anything very cheep. I want to give this a try without spending lots on a cape and then mess it up. the first one i want tanned just because I do not have the room to do the tanning but if everything works out the next one i will do from a to z. any help would be appreciated
  2. Joe Winsor

    Joe Winsor Active Member

    You don't want a cheap cape. It will be junk. But you can find a excellent quality cape for a fair price with this company:

    Jeff Hawkins
    Whitetail Trading Co., LLC
    [email protected]

  3. tschuppan

    tschuppan New Member

    I have 6 cape that are all wet tanned they all have excellent hair no slippage at all but they all have flaws that would have to be fixed I'm more then happy to sell you one at $75.00 plus shipping just call me at 402-650-7889. capes range from 15 1/2 to 21 1/2 inch necks
  4. Ihntdeer

    Ihntdeer Member

    Sent PM
  5. by cheap i meant someone wanting to help out a newby. i don,t want a cheep tanned cape but i know what you mean joe
  6. There are no free lunches drock. $75.00 is a very reasonable price. Frank
  7. zachhanel

    zachhanel New Member

    there right, you get a really cheap cape and think your getting a deal,and they can say whatever they want about quaility, and find out its got more wholes than swiss cheese or its thicker than beef rawhide and slipping so personaly i'm not buying from individuals unless i know exactly what i'm getting because a pictured can be doctered to make most hides look good and you can't tell slippage from a photograph unless its obvious
  8. Drock I sent you a pm.
  9. if i was to buy a green cape what video would be a good one to start with i know everyone will say as many as as possible but if you could only choose one what would it be
  10. ttt
  11. tschuppan

    tschuppan New Member

    All the cape I have are proffessionally wet tanned. The only problem with these capes is that they need some repair work. because of bullet holes or small cuts during the flesh process. If you are willing to do a little repair work you could get a very nice cape already tanned for basically the cost to have it tanned.