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Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by BillFromPa, Apr 13, 2012.
My first 6900, shot by a 9 year old during youth season.
some clean mounts there.
Sitka BT. Altered from a regular shoulder form. Some great lookin deer as usual here. Quality work.
Sweet looking blacktail T3 Kyle! Here's a Mears aggressive finished up this morning.
x2 on that BT,I also love that mears Topher,nice and clen !!!
Thanks! Lookin great as usual Topher.
Sanderson, Texas Javalina. Got two more to do when I can find the time. 1st Javi w/some Michael P techniques and Kerby Ross prickley pear repro.
Couple of coues
Haven't posted in a while but this may be the only oryx I'll ever mount due to the new regulations. I hope I've done this species proud as well as given the client an everlasting memory of his trophy. Jetz line is top notch and I commend him on a great form.
oryx looks very nice, great job
this is my 1st time posting and just let me say thanks to all of you for taking the time to help people like me. I have learned so much and not to mention the time you guys have saved me on various projects. So here's my 1st post, a nice Indiana buck on Revolution's busted form.
My 2nd Elk ever - McKenzie Form
1st attempt at a pronghorn - McKenzie form
Very nice Steve !!!
Beautiful work Steve!
Thanks so much for the compliments guys!! Here's a couple more... Indiana buck - Revolution last chance (altered)
fantastic work steven, your attention to detail shows
This is by far the highest scoring (real Antler) deer I have ever mounted and is known as Crazy Eight. It was harvested in Morgan county Indiana Nov. 8th 2010. Gross:213" Net:208" non-typical. It also appeared in Dec./ Jan. issue of North American Whitetail pg.60 and as usual no props for the taxidermist. What's up with that???? Revolution - pedestal form
Oregon late season buck.
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Only my 11th and 12th mounts. Think I'm learning.