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    Honey colored horn

    Okay seriously, where can I get honey colored horn. I just ordered some from Jantz and its black with a few tan streaks.....

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    I know totally what you mean. I ordered the Jantz honey horn a few years ago and was surprised to say the least when it looked suspiciously similar to their standard black horn. I've had a horrible time sourcing blond and honey horn in the US for the past few years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    Okay seriously, where can I get honey colored horn. I just ordered some from Jantz and its black with a few tan streaks.....

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    I maybe able to help.
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    Scratch that, For some reason you can not receive messages.
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    Honey colored horn is dark.
    "So you want to be a vegetarian? Hitler was a vegetarian and look at how he turned out."

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    Just to clarify, I'm talking cream horn.
    Honey horn from Jantz is dark. I think if you describe the horn as honey it should reassemble the actual colour of honey.
    Jantz should just call theres almost black horn, that would solve a lot of confusion.

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    Thanks, I will see if I can get someone to send you my email.

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    I can get you some 1" blanks. They are too short for large size handles, but for petties, they are fine.


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