I love the horns on this head. The head is not near as impressive as other I have but I love them banana horns. The outer horns are suffering from damage however. Some may have been when it was alive, some from the weather etc. I don't want them damaged any more. I asked a few questions of Darrel Hall and he kept me from making any more mistakes. I don't want to put this head down into any more water until I get the outer horns OFF. But I am stuck there. I think I need to take a saw and saw a fine clean line at the base of each horn cap and make sure it is separated from the skull. Then let the skull sun. But I will take any advice. Big head with yard stick. Right side showing some of the damage. Left side. Back on the left side. Back on the right side. I had to find a bigger bucket. Is there anything I could put on the horns that will do them some good. Something that will preserve them until I can get them off that head. I think tipping big heads like this may make the horns harder to remove. Gives the gasses to places to escape. I am thinking I may just let it sun until that inside core shrinks some more. I don't mind some of the horns showing the rough treatment. I like them to be real life. I would just like them to be as pretty as possible too.