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Taking Stock with Kelly McMillan

Taking Stock with Kelly McMillan

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April 14th 2017:Medford Knives and Southwest Wildlife Taxidermy Art

Greg Medford of Medford Knives is a former Infantry Marine who knows well the need for effective and best of breed blades for warriors, hunters, fishermen and numerous other purposes. Greg is an accomplished pilot, martial artist and family guy with many great experiences to share. Jim Hartsock is the proprietor of Southwest Wildlife Taxidermy Art, one of the largest in the state. Southwest Wildlife mounts trophies from all over the world. Jim has been to many countries to study the animals of the world so he can recreate these trophies to be anatomically correct

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Greg Medford

Greg Medford is a native Arizonan, ardent patriot and is obsessed with manufacturing as the core of America. The values of pragmatism, hard work, honesty and treating people right were instilled early by his family. Greg brings Yankee ingenuity, Western Freedom, and high-tech aerospace to an intersection of form and function that puts smiles on faces. As a husband and father, Greg knows how important it is to have the very best tools to get you back to your loved ones. When a knife leaves the Factory all of these influences bear forth in the final product. There is a special place in his heart for anyone who needs a knife for the things required in warfare and he brings his first-hand experi
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Jim Hartsock

Jim dove into taxidermy at the age of 14 when he found an ad to “learn taxidermy” in the back of Boy’s Life magazine. Although the correspondence course has been around for years and many have taken it. Jim realized there must be an easier way, so he learned all he could from various sources, books, video tapes, and talking to anyone he could about the subject. In the 1980’s he found the Arizona Taxidermy Artist Association where he continued to improve his skills thru seminars and classes. Jim competed at the State, Regional, and Nationals winning numerous 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and many others awards. He won the National Taxidermist “Award of excellence” with a baby cottontail. His taxiderm
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