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McKenzie Deer Form Shipping

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by C_Wright, Mar 30, 2017.

  1. C_Wright

    C_Wright New Member

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    How much does the shipping cost if you buy one deer form from McKenzie? Average ball park?
     
  2. brianmrusher

    brianmrusher Active Member

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    It was about $22 for me
     

  3. hoytman

    hoytman UTA Member

    Are you freaking kidding me? Lol. Why not call them and ask
     
  4. bob watkins

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    if it comes ups your paying by the box size i think they have better rates than a person just going to do one package. that being said i went to ship a bear hide by ups they wanted 62.00 went to the post office shipped for 39.00 you probably wont have a choice coming in but shipping something out might be good to check around jmo
     
  5. Korn123

    Korn123 New Member

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    I was wondering the same.
     
  6. This is right on.
     
  7. ortegageno

    ortegageno Active Member

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    Depends on where the heck you live. Just ask Hoytman how much he pays and then you'll be happy to pay the $20 to $30 bucks in shipping. Or you can always ask Mckenzi to chop it up in 3 pieces to get in in a smaller box. Lol
     
  8. Your right, I forgot about that.
     
  9. JerseyJays

    JerseyJays Well-Known Member

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    If you order over 22 forms at a time ask for a freight truck shipment.. you will save.
    I always try and order most of my years stuff in 1 spring shipment. Comes in a pallet, shrinkwrapped.. a lot cheaper than other methods, but you need to store your supplies somewhere all year.

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  10. George

    George The older I get, the better I was.

    Since you're talking about just ONE form, might I suggest another option?

    Look up Mike Noonkester supply. He has some very appealing forms that are cleanly sculpted. He's about $10 cheaper per form and in his new catalog, he's offering FREE SHIPPING.
     
  11. George, Thanks for sharing about Noonkester. I've been looking for a less expensive option on the more basic forms.
     
  12. jkjohn

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    joe coombs are a cheaper option as well and they look sharp
     
  13. R.J. Meyer II

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    The large OS2 box from McKenzie will hold 5 deer average forms and cost me $52.00 ($10.40 each) to get them here. Early archery deer forms, I can get 6 per box for the same price and it comes to $8.66 per form. I can get 40 to 45 via truck from them for $110.00 which is $2.75 to $2.44 per form
    Its all using your brains folks...anytime my order is going to be 3 or more large boxes ($156.00 UPS) I go truck. You pay for floor space not weight most often and you can easily get a few life size bears, african, and everything else in that "refrigerator box" I always add some mache, clay and rock mix as the additional freight cost if any is negligible. Best part is they don't need to cut forms to fit them in a UPS size box.
     
  14. KatieC

    KatieC Active Member

    Only a few dollars if they can ship it SpeeDee from their Wisconsin warehouse. I feel sorry for the rest of you, lol. I shipped a massive 50lb box through SpeeDee to Illinois and it was only $9, or $13 with insurance.
     
  15. verne

    verne Well-Known Member

    71.29 for a 11.25 x26 small elk form with a set of eyes. Same thing in a large deer form is twenty some dollars shipping , must be a big form ?
     
  16. Just received a single Mule Deer form.......$43.04 shipping ......Buzzi