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Contributors to this thread:
sleddogpa 13-Aug-18
Dale06 13-Aug-18
GhostBird 13-Aug-18
MathewsMan 13-Aug-18
sleddogpa 13-Aug-18
MathewsMan 13-Aug-18
sleddogpa 13-Aug-18
TrapperKayak 13-Aug-18
GhostBird 13-Aug-18
GhostBird 13-Aug-18
Buffalo1 13-Aug-18
Buffalo1 13-Aug-18
Buffalo1 13-Aug-18
sleddogpa 13-Aug-18
AZ~Rich 13-Aug-18
AZ~Rich 13-Aug-18
AZ~Rich 13-Aug-18
Buffalo1 13-Aug-18
dj 13-Aug-18
altitude sick 13-Aug-18
altitude sick 13-Aug-18
sleddogpa 13-Aug-18
petedrummond 13-Aug-18
Buffalo1 14-Aug-18
From: sleddogpa
13-Aug-18

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Looking for ideas on how to mount the wildebeest I got. Tannery called and hides are ready to go. So I’m starting with the beest then the kudu.

From: Dale06
13-Aug-18
Mine is just the typical shoulder mount like you would do with a deer. Decide whether to have it turning one way or the other, depending on where it will be hung. Or you could do a pedestal.

From: GhostBird
13-Aug-18

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Shoulder mount, right turn on mine.

From: MathewsMan
13-Aug-18

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I Really like the Kudu Pedestal from McKenzie Supply.
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I Really like the Kudu Pedestal from McKenzie Supply.

From: sleddogpa
13-Aug-18
Some great mounts! Love the birds on the kudu. Great idea. Debating on fixing the kudu horn or leave it as is??

From: MathewsMan
13-Aug-18

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Not a wildebeest but I clustered some of them. It was fun building my own pedestals and laying them out how I wanted rather than getting something back and trying to find a fit for where it would go.

From: sleddogpa
13-Aug-18
I’m planning on doing a pedestal of my impala and blesbok together. Going to put the gemsbok with an oryx I took in Texas a couple years ago. So it’s downto the kudu and wildebeest. Anyone do any wall pedestals?

From: TrapperKayak
13-Aug-18
Leave horn as is, its how it is. Great mounts all. I am still waiting for my Euro mounted wildebeest and Impala, and tanned flatskins. Wait time is too long. I almost think they are going to keep them. shot them last Sept., and haven't heard much in the last few months. Any idea on how long this takes? Thanks.

From: GhostBird
13-Aug-18

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Impalas, one shoulder mount & one wall pedestal.

From: GhostBird
13-Aug-18

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Wall pedestal Nyala.

From: Buffalo1
13-Aug-18

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Bone rather than skin
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Bone rather than skin

From: Buffalo1
13-Aug-18

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Presentation can do wonders with skull mounts
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Presentation can do wonders with skull mounts

From: Buffalo1
13-Aug-18

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Church pew draped with wildebeest skinn
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Church pew draped with wildebeest skinn

From: sleddogpa
13-Aug-18
Hey Trapper if it was anything like mine and my buddies, the shipping process was painful. It took four months from the time we got notice before I put hands on my stuff. Delta lost all of out paperwork luckily I did not have any cites critters so fish and wildlife accepted copies for my stuff. My buddy not so lucky his has been held in fish and wildlife purgatory. They are being absolutely rediculious with accepting copies and duplicate paperwork. So 11 months from when we went til I goy my stuff. It’s a long painful expensive wait. But still worth it!

From: AZ~Rich
13-Aug-18

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Simple shoulder mount works well, Back skin went into making a couple ottomans.

From: AZ~Rich
13-Aug-18

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sorry for the double post

From: AZ~Rich
13-Aug-18

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recreated ivory tip horn demo
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recreated ivory tip horn demo
As far as fixing your Kudu horn; many taxidermists can build back the missing horn, not many know how recreate it with an acceptable looking ivory tip. I worked out this method recently with some newer materials available and did a proof of concept.

From: Buffalo1
13-Aug-18
AZ , the stripes on your wilde are so defined. Beautiful hide.

From: dj
13-Aug-18

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Here is a wall pedestal mount of a blue wildebeest.

13-Aug-18

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Wall pedestal
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Wall pedestal

13-Aug-18

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Black and blue wall pedestal
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Black and blue wall pedestal

From: sleddogpa
13-Aug-18

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AZ what did u use? I’m thinking of trying to repair it myself. I’ve fixed oryx horns where they split from removal but this is a whole other level. The ivory top is definitely something I want if I try to fix. I like the autamen idea. I have the back skin from my gemsbok and wildbeest. Any thoughts on incorporating the tails? I th8nk they are the coolest!!

From: petedrummond
13-Aug-18

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From: Buffalo1
14-Aug-18
PETE, cool mount !

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