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    Default What a beautiful picture........

    Some of you don't know this, but I am also a taxidermist in my spare time. I thought I'd share a pic of a 200 class deer that I just mounted this past week and a sweet Scepter 4 in front....
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    Nice buck...and the bows ok too...


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    nice pic.........

    now if only you got that ugly string jig out of there it would be perfect......

    who's deer???

    also we new you did this from the truck pics.....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    nice looking mount.

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    Quick JC get an arrow in that bow I see at least 2 bucks outside your window. lol Nice work
    ops bad eyes maybe 1 buck
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    Quote Originally Posted by QSA View Post
    Quick JC get an arrow in that bow I see at least 2 bucks outside your window. lol Nice work
    ops bad eyes maybe 1 buck
    My momma painted that picture behind the window...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    nice pic.........

    now if only you got that ugly string jig out of there it would be perfect......

    who's deer???

    also we new you did this from the truck pics.....
    What the do mean ugly string jig??? That baby is a fine piece of mechanical engineering....

    Deer belongs to a buddy of mine that hunts down here in southern Indiana.............I mean eastern Illinois.....

    Not everyone has seen the truck pics Bman.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcmorgan31 View Post
    What the do mean ugly string jig??? That baby is a fine piece of mechanical engineering....

    Deer belongs to a buddy of mine that hunts down here in southern Indiana.............I mean eastern Illinois....

    Not everyone has seen the truck pics Bman.....
    just razzin yeah a little, you have been amongst the mising and was worried you might not be getting your daily dose of Bman......

    you got a very nice string jig.....(this is only funny if you have seen the Adam Sandler "eight crazy nights")...........
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Very nice work JC. Is it a lot of work to mount a deer?

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    nice JC!!! I love those bucks just wandering in your window!! One heck of a hanger there too. And to top it off w/ a sweet Martin. Still working on building a string jig. Making it out of polished aluminum and diamond plate base. Then have to learn how too. Its the only thing I havent tinkered w/ yet. But am giddy on trying to.
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    At first I thought that was Chris Robbins deer. It is in the Aug/Sep issue of Bowhunter mag. Says one of the biggest nontypicals taken by bowhunter in Indiana.

    Anyway that is a very nice job there JC. You are a busy guy.


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    Was the buck shot locally? It is nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poorshot View Post
    Was the buck shot locally? It is nice.
    About 20 miles from where I live....
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    putting your bow in front of a deer that you didn't shoot is like getting your picture taken at a public function with a playmate...

    the picture may have you in it but the model doesn't
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    putting your bow in front of a deer that you didn't shoot is like getting your picture taken at a public function with a playmate...

    the picture may have you in it but the model doesn't
    I didn't shoot the deer, but I recreated it.....

    I just needed to take a picture of my bow to have someone look at the cam rotation and decided to include the monster in it......
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    They call that false advertising
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    Very nice work. Lets see some close ups!
    That course was so easy I even missed a target !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    They call that false advertising
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    putting your bow in front of a deer that you didn't shoot is like getting your picture taken at a public function with a playmate...

    the picture may have you in it but the model doesn't
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Why doesn't that bow have a cable guard rod?


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