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PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2011 6:24 pm 
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very nice

Iam curios can you see knife marks on the skulls when done?
Do you buff them out?

A fellow here does some and I ask the same question he said no you cant see knife marks. We looked at some of his immediately I pointed them out to him. I notice when skinning trying to not put knife marks on skulls I still get a few in the nose area. Maybe its in the soft cartilgde that desolves anyway?


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lotsofmink wrote:
very nice

Iam curios can you see knife marks on the skulls when done?
Do you buff them out?

A fellow here does some and I ask the same question he said no you cant see knife marks. We looked at some of his immediately I pointed them out to him. I notice when skinning trying to not put knife marks on skulls I still get a few in the nose area. Maybe its in the soft cartilgde that desolves anyway?


Yes and there is no way of getting rid of them they are bound to happen usually during the skinning process and during the flensing process as well which is why i dont do that i put them in whole and chemically mascerate them... this lessens the chances of knife marks


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