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    Finally got around to doing my last PWS Buck. I let it sit in a bucket of water with a fish tank heater for about a month. (The wife wouldn't park in the garage any longer than that so moved onto the next step). Simmer in a large pot for about 30 minutes. All the leftover meat fell off. Then I let it soak in a pot of cool water with borax for a couple weeks to degrease Turned out very clean but I still used some 40% peroxide on it. Just brushed it on a few times over a couple days. Finished it off with a light brushing of watered down elmers glue. Now I need to make a raised pedestal mount for it. Turned out pretty good for my first try.



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    Looks real nice......

    Reminds me that I have got to get to my bear skull I've had in the freezer for over 2 years..........lol
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Toss them in a shrimp pot for a few days. They will be stark white!

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    Looks like it might of had a vestigial canine on the right side. See the bone flared out? You find a small straight tooth that didn't go to anything.

    Turned out well, nice to see you attempted it your self.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theultrarider View Post
    Toss them in a shrimp pot for a few days. They will be stark white!
    Not exactly, But Risky of losing none the less! Lets see Pics. Flesh is only part of the equation on a well done skull ready to show off.

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