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looks like the Coombs 9500 wall pedestal i just received. The arm pit area is definitely a Coombs form.
use laquer thinner to smooth it for the same reason. it dries really fast and doesn't rehydrate the hide, which to me sounds like what is...
Have you tried air fluffing them in the dryer?
I mount a lot of deer with a 7 3/4” nose on a 7 1/2 and I don’t have any issues. A change out head would work great if you want the exact measurements
I always salt both sides of the ear. I found the hair stays better if you do.
Jack Emery in Carmi Illinois is a good one. He is a Master World Champion
I just used the same form for my brothers Boone and Crockett buck. He is a great form, I just had to build the head up some time fit better. But...
I've started taking mine out after tanning. Seems a little better that way for me.
You might check out Taxidermy University. They have several instructional videos. Idk what birds you're doing, but they might have something...
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Good first mount! I wish my first one was that good
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I forgot to add part “B” one time and it didn’t harden
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I use critter clay and have had no issues. I do rough up the where the eye sets before I put the clay in it first though.