Fighting deer forms?

Submitted by Joe on 02/08/2004. ( jkulis@kastaway.com ) 65.43.159.246

Have to do another set of fighting deer and can't remember whose forms I use. I know VanDyke has some but wasn't very pleased with them. Any ideas on a starting point. I thought I altered someones?

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try these

This response submitted by bigriverjeff on 02/08/2004. ( ) 67.1.122.8

joe. if you can do them in a corner scene the McKenzie 64 d series head down works pretty well in some cases no altering needed one rt one lt place in corner and see what I mean. I have done several this way its easy and works well hope this helps see ya , Jeff


Deer Forms

This response submitted by Bill Nelson on 02/19/2004 at 02:09. ( bnelson@ruraltel.net ) 24.225.22.162


I know what you mean,not likeing some of the Deer Forms, I haven`t
seen any that I give a crap for.When Jonas Bros were in Denver on
Broadway I bought all my forms from them and they were outstanding
and the service was excellent. Now I don`t know where to buy forms
I havent seen any that I really liked, what is the need for all the
veins showing,the don`t show when the skin is put over them and the
stubby front legs which I hate.Maybe one of the days someone will
make a good form that we won`t have to mess with. A friend of mine
paid$325.for a shoulder mount and it really sucks!


Coombs Classics

This response submitted by Barry Folden on 03/08/2004 at 00:25. ( ) 142.165.245.192

Try the Joe Coombs fighting bucks I think they are the best fighting buck forms you can buy


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