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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by Justin P., Nov 13, 2010.
What is the story on this one Justin? I like your eyes,,, I mean the mounts eyes,,, not yours,,, welll er,,, your not my type,,,
Found dead in Lenawee county last February. This is the first replica mounted. Dale Livingood did the replica. Check out his work at autumnlegends.com. He does AWESOME work. This is one of copies. The real rack is sold to a private collector who also owns the mold. As far as I know the racks at this time are not available to the public. This one was mounted for the folks involved in finding it.
I thought you were trying to get me on a date for a second there ;-)
I remember the story now, thanks. I beleive the finder was a lady out walking her dogs and called a hunting friend to remove it.
Yep, that's the one.
I got one here that looks kind of like that, but just on one side. Less a few tines, lol.
Wow i lived in Mich my hole life; never seen any deer that comes close to that.I hunt southern Grand Traverse C.O.were Rompala said he shot his deer???????????????
Nice work Justin. That is a huge buck.
Very nice. I love that rack. Great work.
Nic mount. What a monster buck!
sounds like T`s coming out ;D ;D ;D
OUTSTANDING JOB JUSTIN !! What size form is that on? Is that a Revolution form? Beautiful eye work!!! Funny , I just read the article about that deer on the CBM website today
Wow! what a great buck,Awesome Work.
T, you know I want to say "Go Big Money" so bad............................
See Rick, if you would have just held out instead of taking that little thing you might of had something like this walk out LMAO
Thanks for the compliments!
That's a Revolution Intimidator form.
Very nice work Justin. That thing is a brute!
Hope you don't get tired of hearing this? Very nice work, I thought it was a live pic when I looked at the first picture.
I worked with Dale on these reproductions, but they always look better on a shoulder mount. If anyone has anybody interested in museum quality reproductions you can give Dale or i a call. Nice mount Justin!
Oh what a nice Buck. I have family who long ago lived in that county and can only wonder if there were any bucks back then (1800's) as such. Thanks for showing him around and the story as well. His photo is saved on my documents and forever etched into my memories now.