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another good tom done a few months ago on aarons c's form

Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by cathunter59923, Sep 23, 2013.

  1. cathunter59923

    cathunter59923 New Member

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    This beast of a cat was shot by a guy grouse hunting with a 22. whats the luck???
     

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  2. buckmasters243

    buckmasters243 Active Member

    Where was it shot at and how many times?Thats awfully bold.
     

  3. cathunter59923

    cathunter59923 New Member

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    behind the shoulder and once. quite amazing actually.
     
  4. dozier

    dozier New Member

    Nice job on the cat . He must have been confident and close . I would've shot him in the head . Well maybe :)
     
  5. B Jones

    B Jones Memeber of - NTA,UTA,AIT.Proud Member of NZTA.

    Some guys have nerves of steel and big balls, I really like your work.
     
  6. dozier

    dozier New Member

    Some may think nerves of steel and big balls means the same thing .
     
  7. I love the expression on this cat, the eyes are very piercing! Beautiful!
     
  8. what did you think about the form over all. Im mounting a tom on that EXACT form. did the chest and hips fit? legs too thick???? let me know what you think. thanks
     
  9. cathunter59923

    cathunter59923 New Member

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    I love the look of this form but it does have it's issues. back legs are very thick and has a deep chest. the cat I used was about 150. that size and up work very well. that back leg likes to gobble skin up. but overall really like the form. the head not so much.
     
  10. tomdes

    tomdes Me my dear and Fall BAZZ!!!

    Sounds like it was a well placed shot, and it was great for you not to have some big ass bloody hole to work around...