Some questions for you sheep hunters:
1) How tough is it to remove Dall Sheep horns? Soak 'em for a while and twist 'em off, or do you need to have a taxidermist do it to avoid breaking the bases?
2) What does it take to clean the flesh out from the inside? Do they tend to come off the bases pretty clean, or does one need to scour the insides? Would sending them to the beetle guys be a good idea?
3) How far down are they solid? Maybe a better way to ask this is at what part the horns start to be hollow? Are the lamb tips solid horn, and the next year's growth hollow, or do they have to be three or four before there starts to be void space inside the horn?