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" GAME HEAD OF THE WEEK " March 16, 2015

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by Steven Klee, Mar 15, 2015.

  1. country

    country Member

    Re: " GAME HEAD OF THE WEEK " March 16, 2015

    Nice Oregon blacktail From a couple of months ago. [​IMG][​IMG]I'm still trying to harvest one like this myself.
     
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    Black hills elk
     

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  3. MallardsFowlLife

    MallardsFowlLife Well-Known Member

    Pennsylvania buck on a Lancaster NQ90
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  4. Duckslayr

    Duckslayr Active Member

    Re: " GAME HEAD OF THE WEEK " March 16, 2015

    Lichtenstein's hartebeest
     

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  5. timsayers

    timsayers New Member

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    Jena NICE!!!!!
     
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    Biggest Free range Louisiana Buck I have mounted. Ozark Woods form. Customized McKenzie side panel.

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  7. Unbelievable work! Great job!
     
  8. Paul B

    Paul B Active Member

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    Epples true eyes
     
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  10. litefeather

    litefeather New Member

    My display for a local deer show. Built pedestals and completed two of the three mounts. Long week


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  11. Slate Run

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    Litefeather do you have those pedistals weighted on the bottom to keep them for tipping over? Just the way the mounts are hanging over the pedestal make them look like they would be top heavy and tip easily. By the way they look awesome
     
  12. litefeather

    litefeather New Member

    Small one is weighted with 20lbs but bigger is not. Their made from 1-1/8" solid oak and heavy. Their rock solid with mounts on.

    Those are standard wall mounts I used as I didn't have an actual pedestal mount for expo but this has worked well for regular wall mounts. They have standard plumbing flanges on them. I use a block of wood screwed to flange with another screw for hanging deer. I then drive one screw in at bottom of wood block to keep a kid from hitting and turning mount mount. I can change my deer out to pedestal to wall anytime I want.