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Hard turn mule deer.

Discussion in 'Deer and Gameheads' started by Taximan2016, Jan 17, 2018.

  1. Taximan2016

    Taximan2016 Member

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    I'm looking for a similar hard turn mule deer form with a right turn. Anyone know who sells one?
     

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  2. Research Mannikins. It's a Tom Wieckum form.
     

  3. bigt46

    bigt46 Member

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    I have one I mounted on that very form.
     
  4. Tanglewood Taxidermy

    Tanglewood Taxidermy Well-Known Member

    Good luck with that. I needed one with a right turn. Headquarters has awesome mule deer forms with that hard turn also.

    None of the ones I could use were in right turn. Left turn after left turn in all these sizes and not a right turn in the bunch of the size I needed.

    My customer settled on a left turn thankfully.
     
  5. jimss

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    I wonder if you might be able to take a left turn whitetail form and twitch out heads? I'm considering a hard turn on a whitetail. Does anyone have a favorite hard turn whitetail form? I'm pretty sure it would also be possible to use a muley form and change out the head for a whitetail mount.....has anyone done this before?

    If anyone has any photos of muley or whitetails mounted with hard turns I'd enjoy looking at them!
     
    Last edited: Dec 3, 2019
  6. PensivePronghorn

    PensivePronghorn New Member

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    I would not recommend that! Mule deer have much deeper briskets and more massive shoulders! Simply changing out heads on forms will not look at all like what you think! I use Trufitt, Research, and McKenzie for my mule deer forms, and I have never had issues!
     
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