Thought I’d show how I add quality to my mounts by installing a septum . It’s fast and easy , great for commercial but with just a tad more time it would work in competition. I use a mini septum on most , they cost like $2.25 each , better then the $7.95 for the bigger ones . In first pic you will see all you need to do this , besides 5 min epoxy and a #60 scalpel. Ok now take your #60 blade and being careful cut down from top of nose bridge to bottom of jaw but only going half way thru the muzzle, then go to the other side and cut down the same way but not so it’s a straight cut , you want it to be a wedge fit . Also you don’t want to saw it as that takes materials away and it doesn’t fit back perfect now if you don’t know how a deers interior nose looks like get a few references or a nose cast . I put black marker on what needs to be removed to help . Take your dremal tool and start removing the foam as the shape the nose will be , just remember to act like the septum isn’t there so you can go straight thru and grind up and around where the cartilage wing will be . Don’t worry bout making a mistake as you can put it back with apoxy sculpt . Really look at your references , once you have it close , go to the back at the cut and dremal that open a bit connecting to your nostrils. Bare with me as I can only post 10 pics at a time .