This will be a time consuming and ongoing project, but its going to be a great on! @Se7eN gifted me two large moose jawbones recently. Junglas (the real one, not the neutered one ) for scale after getting a feel for the weight and balance of each one, and deciding what style of war club (something like this, but more Bone Tomahawk style) I wanted to go with, its time for a bath.........gotta remove all the embedded dirt from the teeth and elsewhere, as I will be "cementing" the teeth (they are slightly loose) in with a slow curing , slow seeping, gap filling 2 stage epoxy. Also need to whiten the bones and teeth. using my toothbrush (yes i bought a new one) I wet the jawbone and started scrubbing. there is a LOT of embedded dirt in both jaws. I used a BBQ match stick to poke and prod the packed dirt in the hole in the jawbone. poke , brush and rinse and repeat. time for a soak in bleach water...(yes i know you supposed to use hi strength Hydrogen Peroxide to whiten the bones/teeth, but i don't have any. Besides, the deer skull I recently found, looks great after a bleach soak - pure white) Once these two (I added the other one after) soak for a bit, they will be rinsed and left to dry near a fan for a week. Then comes the teeth setting in the seeping epoxy, an epoxy soaked handle wrap , shaping of the club end, filling of voids and hollow spots in the bone, staining, sealing. Gonna take awhile. more as time goes by... in the meantime, if you want to permanently scar your children, have a family movie night and watch BONE TOMAHAWK. Its a child friendly, family movie. Highly Rated.