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Old 06-20-2003, 12:22 AM   #17
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The base of those feathers are thread wrapped, though they are not actually scissortails. They were made to look like scissortails but they are Blue eared pheasant that was just creatively cut...so to speak! It was an experiment to see if I could get them to look like scissortails, but were completely legal to sell. I guess it worked...LOL!

Here is another pic of a pair of scalp feathers I made quite a while back and this pair is wrapped with quills at the base. Just to show folks what you are talking about. These feather are also another of those experiments. They are completely legal for sale also...they are peacock lifter feathers.

Aint creative clipping great!!!
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