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Good Product - but quality varies
Reviewer: A viewer from Auburn, IN US
This is an excellent product at a great price. I rated only 3 stars because of the variable "smell" factor.
The first mask I purchased smelled so bad I had to hold my breath just to clip a small tuft and put it back in the bag. I eventually threw it out because it was just that bad! Later, a friend told me that I must have had a bad one and I should try again, so I did. The second one has absolutly no smell at all. I'll need to order another soon, and I must admit I'm keeping my fingers crossed that I get one without the smell. <i><u>J. Stockard comments:</u> With the volume of hare's masks we sell, a few might slip by that have an odor problem. We will replace any that you get in this condition, no questions asked.</i>
Best for Making Dubbing
Reviewer: A viewer from Southern Connecticut
This is a standard fly-tying material and represents top-quality. The best application of a mask is to make quality Hare dubbing. Simply strip the fibers off the mask from around the nose especially and mix well with a coffee bean grinder or ziplock bag with compressed air. You will be pleased with the results.
Good, except for the smeill
Reviewer: A viewer from Urbana, IL US
This hare's would have received five stars, except that there was a strong odor from package when I first received it. I came under control when I put some borax on the back side of the mask. This is the potential downside of a mask (instead of a bag of dubbing). The dubbing fur is very good and produces better results than prepackaged dubbing. It is easy to separate the guard hairs for use as tails or scud legs.