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    Default Unique Dall sheep mounts anyone?

    Hey all,
    Am looking at doing something different with this years sheep. Any pictures you may have of your mounts would be greatly appreciated.

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    Attachment 62902 this work?

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    said invalid link. You can send it to plentycoupe@yahoo.com if you want.
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    Check out STIDs in the latest thread called trophy mount. Its real cool!

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    Some people don't like lip curls but I thought it worked with this big ram.....

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    Attachment 62909 hope this works this go round

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    Deer 11point 537.jpgHere's mine. American Walnut base.

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    Default Unique Dall sheep mounts anyone?

    I saw this in Mike Boyce's showroom in Reno NV a few years ago. I thought it was awesome.
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    Going to do mine from this year like this.

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    Not really a fan of the entire head/hide tied to a pack as a mount. I would think if you were just looking to mount the horns it would be cool to pick up a used pack (I would use something that looked close to my pack) and have the horns mounted sticking out from the lid...just like they do on the hike out w/ a loaded pack. Just another idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swat8888 View Post
    Not really a fan of the entire head/hide tied to a pack as a mount. I would think if you were just looking to mount the horns it would be cool to pick up a used pack (I would use something that looked close to my pack) and have the horns mounted sticking out from the lid...just like they do on the hike out w/ a loaded pack. Just another idea.
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    Nope, not quite...but closer. I'd seen that one before...its your's isn't it? I would just have the horns sticking out from under the lid just like it would be strapped down walking out to the strip...if I did that I may keep it euro mounted just in case i changed my mind and wanted it off of the pack, but would probably just cut off the skull and just have the horns sticking out. Would probably only do that after I already had 2 or 3 nice sheep shoulder mounted.

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