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Dear Members,

I'am new on this forum. I work for leather industy from raw hide to finisned leather. Generally i produce cow hides. Someone gave me rabbit skins and i tanned them with gluteraldehayde and replacement syntans and fatliquored for sotfness. You can see this wet tanned rabbit fur photo. Have a nice day.

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What are you doing with that skin?

Who skinned it? Seems small, and to be shy of fur and skin. 

Most rabbits here are quite a bit larger than that bunny wabbit?,

Chas

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Actually i do not know what i am doing with that skin.  Maybe accessory for shoes. Normally i am making cow leather as a co-product of the meat industry. but a lot people love hunting especially for this kind of rabbit.

Skin came to me i do not know about animal and skinning process but it's one half of the skin. All 3 skins came two parts because of rifle bullet.

 

 

 

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Can we see pictures of your leather? Or do you have a web site?

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I have not got a website. Soon i will uptade different type leather photos that i made them different and strange technuqies. 

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4 hours ago, Kemal said:

Actually i do not know what i am doing with that skin.  Maybe accessory for shoes. Normally i am making cow leather as a co-product of the meat industry. but a lot people love hunting especially for this kind of rabbit.

Skin came to me i do not know about animal and skinning process but it's one half of the skin. All 3 skins came two parts because of rifle bullet.

 

 

 

Normally we skin the whole animal, and carefully sew the bullet hole. But we use small bore for small game. 

Not sure what they used. 30-06 or 308? Haha maybe a 12g. Anyway, I hope that you can find some awesome uses. 

Coin purses are nice... ;-) Ear muffs are warm.

 

Chas

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