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So I would like to try my hand at taxidermy #6769823 05/20/17 11:41 PM
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Ive thought about it before. Maybe its something I can learn and work with over the next several years and maybe, just maybe, turn it into a business.

That being said, I recently put my cameras back up and filled my feeders....Ive got 5 pesky coons that frequent every night.

I feel like Raccoon would be a good first go.

My smallest rifle is a 25-06.... Too much?

Re: So I would like to try my hand at taxidermy [Re: chrswr] #6775417 05/26/17 02:15 PM
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.17 or .22 behind the shoulder


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Originally Posted by Texsun
The three things you need in life are a good doctor, lawyer and taxidermist.

Re: So I would like to try my hand at taxidermy [Re: chrswr] #6776327 05/27/17 01:37 PM
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At this point it probably doesn't matter what you shoot them with. You need animals to practice skinning. Around the feet and face.



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