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fr0sty

Any love for Skull Hooker euro mounts?

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fr0sty

Easy to put up and you can adjust the tilt angle as well as turn it side to side. Not very expensive either. The deer sized one is only $30.00

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harvey lee

Yes, those skull holders are very nice right along with your euro mount. smile

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trolloni

They are nice ,i have one but 34 bucks is a bit much i think.

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Gordie

Could you post a couple pics of just the skull hooker and possibly both sides of it.. PLEASE

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fr0sty

Sure, I will do that tonight when I am home.

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Gordie

Thanks

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Musky Buck

Nicely done Frosty ! How'd the big meeting go last night, I couldn't make it but my uncle is going to fill me in. Any deer updates ? I haven't been in there lately, want some snow so the coyote guys can get busy with the hounds.

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fr0sty

Couple does and a young 8 were the only things on camera as of new years. Waiting to hear how the meeting went too. I'm sure it was lively.

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Musky Buck

You know it. I've already tried to envision what it will be like when the job is done. Nice job on the mount, our deer numbers could rise in their for rifle if this project works so I'm hoping it will.

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fr0sty

Could you post a couple pics of just the skull hooker and possibly both sides of it.. PLEASE
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Gordie

Thanks frosty.

I may try and fabricate a few of those..

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Musky Buck

Cmon frosty we need part #2 to the age of the buck you got, any results yet ?

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fr0sty

I paid for the pony express aging. Going to have to hold my breath until April 19th (at the latest).

I am going to go out on a limb and say he was 67 years old. smile

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