With all the great tutorials people are posting I thought I would do a few. The first thing that came to mind was antler repair and staining. This is a european whitetail mount from South Texas that had two points broken from the rut I presume. Following in the next few posts are "MY" steps and methods for doing this. I am sure there are many other ways even better ways probably. Hope some one can use the information. These first sets are the process through the epoxy curing. I will ad the staining portion over the weekend. Here is our project before any repairs. First step I do is drill a hole into the antler big enough to accept some epoxy and 10 gauge wire. I try and get atleast 3/4" deep into the antler. I use two-part epoxy for a lot of things in taxidermy and this is one of them. The 5 minute works well for this application. Let the wires cure in-place and then bend to your specs. The epoxy I use for antler and horn repairs is "All Game" the color is good for staining.