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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-09-2013, 03:45 PM Thread Starter
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Buying furs for display?

I would like to buy a couple fox furs and maybe a couple others. I was wondering what the best and least expensive way is to buy while staying within the law. Thank you in advance.

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-09-2013, 03:48 PM
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Re: Buying furs for display?

one has to buy a tanned skin..you need no lisc to buy a tanned skin the seller dosent need a lisc to sell them...

you will need a fur buyers lisc to buy a raw or put up skin if not tanned and the seller will need to have a lisc to sell you that skin...

so to answer your question buy tanned skins..
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Re: Buying furs for display?

That is not true! All the seller needs is a valid furtakers license to sell furs. A furbuyers license is needed to buy raw fur for resale. Any licensed trapper is allowed to sell anyone a raw fur. To go to a furbuyer would be foolish because they would have to charge you more than they paid for the fur.



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Re: Buying furs for display?

what other ones are you looking for might have something your looking for elk,red stag,beaver,coon,mink,squirrel,or what ever you can pm me if interested.

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That is not true! All the seller needs is a valid furtakers license to sell furs. A furbuyers license is needed to buy raw fur for resale. Any licensed trapper is allowed to sell anyone a raw fur. To go to a furbuyer would be foolish because they would have to charge you more than they paid for the fur.
so what exactly isnt true in my post??????????
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Re: Buying furs for display?

I received a couple PM's. I will respond as I get them.

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Re: Buying furs for display?

I too would like to know why selling tanned fur without a furtakers licence is illegal John......
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Re: Buying furs for display?

Renny, anyone can buy tanned fur i believe....it is a finished product....buying raw fur with intentions of resale requires the fur buyers license....

I believe a fur taker license holder could sell the OP raw or put up fur no problem....
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Hey, what’s a water concourse?

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Re: Buying furs for display?

People have tanned fur on ebay for sale. Some at a half decent price.

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