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    Antelope Mounts are Done.

    We finally got our mounts back. It wasn't that bad of a turn around. Only 7 months. I'm very happy with how they turned out. I think adding the habitat forms to them added that little extra to the mounts.






    Here is my friends mount that he had done at the same time. I really like the rock base with the brush.



    Here they are together on the wall. The story behind why I have my friends antelope is a long one. I'm just glad I have a somewhat of an understanding wife. I will have to find something else to replace him with when he goes to his home.



    I love looking at these mounts. They really take you back to the hunt and memories that make hunting what it is to us.

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    Awesome, really like the habitat. Gives me a few ideas for my next antelope mount.............but first I have to shoot one!

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    Great looking mounts. Those look really cool with the habitat. I can't wait to get another one.

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    Thanks for sharing. With the extra touches, these are some of the best looking mounts I have seen in some time.

    Work completed in Montana?
    >>>----------------->
    Strother Inspire
    Gold Tip Kenetics 300
    Ripcord Code Red
    Tight Spot Quiver
    Black Gold Ascent
    Landshark by Simmons Sharks

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    WOW!! Those are both great looking mounts, love what the habitat adds to both of them.

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    Great looking mounts. I would say you are going to have to shoot another antelope to replace your friends. They just look to good together like that on your wall.
    Shoot STR8

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    Wow those are great looking, thanks for sharing.
    Brian
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    Nice!...good looking mounts.

 

 

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