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Awesome Taxidermy Work
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Buffalo1 23-May-20
Buffalo1 23-May-20
Buffalo1 23-May-20
White Falcon 23-May-20
Outdoordan 23-May-20
elkmtngear 23-May-20
JohnMC 23-May-20
Quinn @work 23-May-20
walking buffalo 23-May-20
Ambush 23-May-20
Huntcell 23-May-20
Adventurewriter 23-May-20
ki-ke 23-May-20
buckhammer 23-May-20
Ambush 23-May-20
Snag 23-May-20
From: Buffalo1
23-May-20
This is all taxidermy ! Awesome presentation. Imagine the required display space required.

From: Buffalo1
23-May-20

From: Buffalo1
23-May-20

Buffalo1's embedded Photo
Buffalo1's embedded Photo

From: White Falcon
23-May-20
Looks GREAT, I think! :) :)

From: Outdoordan
23-May-20
Looks great but I still can't get over the fact that some poor guy got taxidermied. ;)

From: elkmtngear
23-May-20
They are mounting American Indians now ??

From: JohnMC
23-May-20
That indian should have went hunting with Willie and he would not have found himself in that predicament!!

From: Quinn @work
23-May-20
LOL JohnMC

23-May-20
"They are mounting American Indians now ?? "

Only the ones that repeatedly gut shoot a buffalo....

From: Ambush
23-May-20
He should have backed out, went home, asked on Bowsite what to do, then blamed the broadhead.

From: Huntcell
23-May-20

Huntcell 's embedded Photo
Huntcell 's embedded Photo
Perhaps he was inspired by this monumental work of taxidermy, on display at the Milwaukee public museum.

A couple interesting notes :It was decided that all the animals would be shown running and would have only one hoof touching the ground, .......This exhibit opened in 1966 and would become the largest one known in the world at this time. It would additionally become the most famous diorama at the Milwaukee Public Museum,

No Indians (First Nation, aborigine, tribal clan people ) were harmed in making of this display.

23-May-20
Thats pretty awesome

From: ki-ke
23-May-20
THAT ......is very cool.....

From: buckhammer
23-May-20
If I remember correctly from history class in high school, the teacher said it was all the RAGE at that time to shoot buffalo where that fellow did. History books claimed it made for massive blood trails and quick kills.

On a more serious note.....great taxidermy work. it would be interesting to know how many hours went into that

From: Ambush
23-May-20
Makes perfect sense for them to use gut shots. Easiest place to penetrate and (eventually) a dead bison. Not like it’s the last day of the hunt and back to work the next day. Lots of time and lots of targets.

From: Snag
23-May-20
Love the realistic scene of your picture Buffalo1. As shown he is hunting with a spear. They would try and ride up along side quartering to the buff. Then slide the spear hear behind the last rib into the chest. They had a better chance of not only killing the buff, but retrieving their spear that took a long time to make and had great value. Close quarters with a buffalo while on horseback would be pretty wild!

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