Carbon Express Arrows
Making Antler Ornaments
Elk
Contributors to this thread:
Ron Niziolek 05-Dec-17
Pyrannah 05-Dec-17
smarba 05-Dec-17
Destroyer350 05-Dec-17
BigOk 05-Dec-17
LUNG$HOT 05-Dec-17
Matt Palmquist 05-Dec-17
Paul 05-Dec-17
Joey Ward 05-Dec-17
bentshaft 05-Dec-17
Charlie Rehor 05-Dec-17
Scrappy 05-Dec-17
t-roy 05-Dec-17
tinecounter 05-Dec-17
Ron Niziolek 05-Dec-17
Ron Niziolek 05-Dec-17
Ucsdryder 05-Dec-17
T Mac 05-Dec-17
bow assassin 05-Dec-17
HUNT MAN 05-Dec-17
elkmtngear 05-Dec-17
otcWill 05-Dec-17
Paul@thefort 05-Dec-17
sitO 05-Dec-17
SBH 05-Dec-17
Dirty D 05-Dec-17
Bowboy 05-Dec-17
wildwilderness 06-Dec-17
Grunter 06-Dec-17
Brotsky 06-Dec-17
midwest 06-Dec-17
Ron Niziolek 06-Dec-17
orionsbrother 06-Dec-17
Rob in VT 06-Dec-17
Ron Niziolek 06-Dec-17
smarba 07-Dec-17
Scoot 07-Dec-17
Lark Bunting 07-Dec-17
BOWNBIRDHNTR 07-Dec-17
From: Ron Niziolek
05-Dec-17

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Just thought I'd share a photo of a new hobby of mine. I use slices of elk antlers, a vice and Dremmel tool and a lot of patience! Sucks when I get one almost done only to break a point off. I've done several different animals but elk are my favorite.

From: Pyrannah
05-Dec-17
That is awesome!!!

From: smarba
05-Dec-17
Really nice!

From: Destroyer350
05-Dec-17
That's really cool!

From: BigOk
05-Dec-17
Nice!!

From: LUNG$HOT
05-Dec-17
Sweet! I am definitely not that talented.

05-Dec-17
nice job buddy!

From: Paul
05-Dec-17
You have skill well done

From: Joey Ward
05-Dec-17
Wow. I love it. Great job.

From: bentshaft
05-Dec-17
Nice!

05-Dec-17
Dennis Razza of Razza’s Taxidermy does excellent antler repair work! Ha Ha!

That is really neat Ron! Good for you.

From: Scrappy
05-Dec-17
Now that's the definition of patience. Looks awesome.

From: t-roy
05-Dec-17
Looks great Ron! Very well done.

From: tinecounter
05-Dec-17
Beautiful!

From: Ron Niziolek
05-Dec-17

Ron Niziolek's embedded Photo
Ron Niziolek's embedded Photo

From: Ron Niziolek
05-Dec-17

Ron Niziolek's embedded Photo
Ron Niziolek's embedded Photo

From: Ucsdryder
05-Dec-17
Works of art! The chances of me being able to do that are literally 0. Hold a gun to my head and you might as well just pull the trigger.

From: T Mac
05-Dec-17
That is great! You are talented!

05-Dec-17
Very nice!

From: HUNT MAN
05-Dec-17
That’s incredible . Love it!

From: elkmtngear
05-Dec-17
That's seriously cool!

Kudos for your patience...I would probably end up committing suicide with the dremel :^/

From: otcWill
05-Dec-17
Well done, Ron! I'm gonna try it tmro

From: Paul@thefort
05-Dec-17
Nice work Ron.

From: sitO
05-Dec-17
Now that's a good use of sheds!

From: SBH
05-Dec-17
Great idea Ron. Very cool.

From: Dirty D
05-Dec-17
Bad ass!

From: Bowboy
05-Dec-17
That's awesome Ron.

06-Dec-17
Great idea! I think I will have to try it. I do drill bone all day for a living anyway!

From: Grunter
06-Dec-17
Great work well done!!

From: Brotsky
06-Dec-17
Those are awesome Ron! You are a talented man! Thanks for sharing them with us!

From: midwest
06-Dec-17
You got skilz! Very nice!

From: Ron Niziolek
06-Dec-17
Thanks for the kind words guys!

06-Dec-17
Nice! Great job. I think you should auction a few off for charity next year.

From: Rob in VT
06-Dec-17
Very cool. What do you use to cut the slices of elk antlers with?

From: Ron Niziolek
06-Dec-17
I use a band saw very carefully and try for 1/8* to 1/4" slices. Orions, you bet. Always good to give back!

From: smarba
07-Dec-17
Really neat idea. Have you ever thought to slice an antler somewhat diagonal to get a wider medium? I'm going to have to give this a try with my shed pile. Thx for the inspiration!

From: Scoot
07-Dec-17
Very impressive!

From: Lark Bunting
07-Dec-17
Those look great!

From: BOWNBIRDHNTR
07-Dec-17
Very cool Ron! Would love to see the whole tree.

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