06-17-2014, 12:21 PM
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I feel sorry for the Dovo folks who have to deal with those over-inflated clowns on a regular basis....

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 06-17-2014, 12:39 PM
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If I knew someone who could rescale in mammoth ivory I would have it done.

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 06-17-2014, 01:33 PM
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Hey Doug,
I worked in a prison in Arizona that housed Native Americans from Alaska. They were allowed access to real ivory to work with. Some of the most talented individuals I have ever seen, other than the fact that they were criminals they were a nice bunch of guys Smile. I'm not sure what the rules are regarding bringing in straight razors to the prisoners though? Although they seemed to have a steady supply of everything else that is prohibited Wink

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 06-18-2014, 12:26 AM
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(06-17-2014, 01:33 PM)Nickadermis Wrote: Hey Doug,
I worked in a prison in Arizona that housed Native Americans from Alaska. They were allowed access to real ivory to work with. Some of the most talented individuals I have ever seen, other than the fact that they were criminals they were a nice bunch of guys Smile. I'm not sure what the rules are regarding bringing in straight razors to the prisoners though? Although they seemed to have a steady supply of everything else that is prohibited Wink

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When you say they were allowed to work with real Ivory what you mean is Mammoth ivory and marine Ivory which is perfectly legal and everyone else on the planet can also use this to? Not even the native Indians can use Elephant Ivory even If they could find it up there in Alaska. There's a seller of Mammoth Ivory over on British Blades he sometimes has a few very nice blanks for sale, I'll have a look here's the link both Mammoth Tusk and Teeth for sale.

http://www.thegoodstuffshop.dk/group.asp?group=3657

http://www.thegoodstuffshop.dk/group.asp?group=3819

http://www.canadianivory.com/

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 06-18-2014, 11:20 AM
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Interesting documentary. I enjoyed watching it and learned things I didn't know. Thanks for posting it.

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 06-18-2014, 01:37 PM
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Jamie,
I'm pretty sure it was mammoth and marine ivory. And it smelled horrible when the worked it with power tools . like burning hair only worse.

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