Antler repair Question

Discussion in 'Taxidermy' started by Blyon, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. Blyon

    Blyon Well-Known Member

    Can it be done accurately?


    deer 12.10.12 020.jpg outhouse break 11.17.12 208.jpg 8 point 11.22.12 067.jpg
     
  2. Tink

    Tink Well-Known Member

    Yes it can with a good taxidermy guy.
     

  3. ssgcole

    ssgcole Well-Known Member

    yes sir, it can be fixed.
     
  4. THExONE

    THExONE Moderator<br>Deer Hunting<br>2011-12 Deer Hunting

    Have um repair it with chocolate so that any time someone says "you can't eat the horns" you can call BS.
     
  5. Hill Farm Hunter

    Hill Farm Hunter Well-Known Member

    Ha!
    Yes, they can be fixed.
     
  6. Blyon

    Blyon Well-Known Member

    Ha! that is a good idea. Thanks guys.
     
  7. Quack addict

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  8. Blyon

    Blyon Well-Known Member

    I phone 01.22.2013 051.jpg

    Thought you might like to see the finished product.
     
  9. ARTom81

    ARTom81 Well-Known Member

    Who mounted that deer for you? Looks nice.
     
  10. Blyon

    Blyon Well-Known Member

    Joey Baugh at Nature's Gallery in Star City.
     
  11. Gutshooter

    Gutshooter Well-Known Member

    I have a euro mount, that I done myself, but while it was hanging outside, the squirrels got to it. One tine is basically gone, (6" long) and the tip is chewed off (1 1/2 ") I've always wondered how you could fix it, or how much it would cost at a taxidermist.
     
  12. Blyon

    Blyon Well-Known Member


    My guy charges $10.00 per inch a little high but he does a great job!