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Whitetail Offset Shoulder Mount Forms

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by Saucerito, Dec 15, 2017.

  1. Saucerito

    Saucerito New Member


    I would like to know if there are any whitetail offset shoulder mount forms that essentially have the deer facing directly away from the wall. I'd prefer semi-sneak. Basically, I'd like to mount the deer with a left turn (direction he was facing when I shot) that faces away from the wall due to the offset rather than to the left. If he turns too far to the left, then he will face another wall, which I don't want.

    The picture (McKenzie HD Series semisneak by Dennis Behn) shows what I want, but I'm not sure if the picture was taken with the camera looking directly at the wall or if it was taken at an angle.
    Thanks, Will
  2. JerseyJays

    JerseyJays Well-Known Member

    Joe meder full sneak does what you are looking for

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  3. Paul B

    Paul B Active Member

    The picture was taken with the deer looking directly at you, if taken looking directly square at the wall the deer would have his head to the left. a few companies make a curios semi sneak which has a sort of curve to the neck but look straight out from either side. Revolution and Head Quarters has them I believe. Most companies make the form off set and the head turning back into the off set is to keep it balanced on the wall. The Meder form Jay suggest is very close to what your looking for but needs 2 hangers, or a special one, to keep the mount from spinning on and off the wall if it has a big heavy rack.
  4. 3bears

    3bears Well-Known Member

    Use a wall pedestal form.
  5. Saucerito

    Saucerito New Member

    Thanks, the Revolution Curious Alert Semi Sneak is what I'm looking for but I think it only comes in a right turn.
  6. evil x

    evil x Member

    The curious alert is actually listed as a "straight". No turn to them, just adding a little sway to the neck to get away from the stiff look.
  7. Tanglewood Taxidermy

    Tanglewood Taxidermy Well-Known Member

    Research Mannikins not quite 90 degree offset white tail by Mike Frazier.
  8. schenk

    schenk Member

    Semi sneak sweep in joe Coombs May work.
  9. John L

    John L Active Member

    8400 right turn.jpg I like this one 8400 from Mckenzie. My first time using this form. I like it and I am square with the wall in this pic.