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    selling your shed horns???

    I have quite the collection of shedded horns , and dont really do much with em maybe a bit of decorating at times other than that jus like to go threw em at times and keep adding to the collection. I understand i have a small fortune if i wanted to sell em, jus dont seem rite to me tho , i feel there worth more than dollar signs to me, others think im foolish. Whats your thoughts? do yal sell yours? feel the same way? or other, please share!!

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    I recently traded some sheds to a knife maker for a custom knife with antler scales. Should be getting the knife pretty soon.

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    I give mine to my lab. She gets a heck of a lot more enjoyment out of them than I do!

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    I have a 50 year collection...mostly deer. I wouldn't sell any. The elk sheds I use for knife handles, pistol grips, bolo ties and scarf slides which I mostly give away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    I give mine to my lab. She gets a heck of a lot more enjoyment out of them than I do!
    I have heard of people grinding them up and using them in pup food. Great way to train a new shed pup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    I have a 50 year collection...mostly deer. I wouldn't sell any. The elk sheds I use for knife handles, pistol grips, bolo ties and scarf slides which I mostly give away.
    Come on CC now you've got to post some pics. Alive dead white or brown. Porn horn is porn horn!!
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    I dont' have a ton but dont' see a problem selling some. Maybe hang on to the highlights. Helps pay for gas for more shed hunting/scouting.

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    Not to bust your chops, but horns don't shed.

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    I sell mine and then have sellers remorse. I think from here on out I will just keep them... It's fun to pick one up and remember the memories that go behind it.

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    I found 5 Blacktail sheds this year within 100 feet of each other. Hit the jackpot 3 three point with eye guards and two forks. Only one right side, four left sides. Weird.

 

 

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