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  1. I bought for the first time an Hungarian Partridge skin. While the feathers seem fine it seems that the tanning process could have been better. The skin smells and there is fat visible in places. Can I do anything to improve the situation such as applying Borax and/or scraping the residual fat off. If so is there a method to it such as how long and in what order. Are there any other ideas? BTW the skin is supposedly no. 1 quality.
  2. Hey I just bought a rooster with an excellent furnace brown cape on him and was looking to make good use of it. I've cleaned plenty of birds but never have tried to keep the skin intact, so does anyone know of a good tutorial or video that illustrates the process? Thank You and Tight Lines, Carson LeBoeuf
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