Location: From Grand Junction CO, stationed in Germany
I’ve never seen that technique before. That is awesome. I am sure that it would disqualify your skulls (Lion and Bear) from entry into the record books unless you had it dipped after it was entered into the books. Still it’s a great idea.
The record books, that are put out by Boone & Crocket and Pope & Young and where I live is Henry Kelsey they are a great way to research a state or a province for big game. This does take some time but the knowledge it gives you, can be very valuable. Not all hunters have their trophies recorded, as where I live after the Hanson Buck became the new world record typical Whitetail, we saw a flood of hunters and now that has happened, some hunters are shying away from the record books but...