Sportsmans Guide to Trophy Care - Skinning

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Skinning your Specimen for the Taxidermist with Mark McLain,

  • VHS
  • Tired of receiving capes from your clients that are too short because they are improperly skinned? This video will show your customers where to make the proper cuts on the carcass to remove the cape from the deer. This informative video is intended for the hunter to learn how to successfully remove the cape from the carcass so when he brings it to your shop, it will be ready for a professional to take the skin from the head.
  • ***This video does not show how to remove the skin from the head, how to turn lips etc. For the complete procedure watch the V-MD1 "Skinning and Caping".

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Sportsmans Guide to Trophy Care - Skinning

Skinning your Specimen for the Taxidermist with Mark McLain,    VHS,    Tired of receiving capes from your clients that are too short because they are improperly skinned? This video will show your customers where to make the proper cuts on the carcass to remove the cape from the deer. This informative video is intended for the hunter to learn how to successfully remove the cape from the carcass so when he brings it to your shop, it will be ready for a professional to take the skin from the head.    ***This video does not show how to remove the skin from the head, how to turn lips etc. For the complete procedure watch the V-MD1 "Skinning and Caping".

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