Gemsbok & Kudu back from Taxidermist

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  1. Drenalin33

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    Just picked up my Gemsbok and Kudu from the taxidermist last week and thought you all might like to take a gander at them. I posted my Bushbuck and Eland back in April to show how good they turned out, well the taxidermist didn't disappoint again because these two turned out great. I designed and built the pedestal myself, for a novice it didn't turn out half bad. Enjoy!
     

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    Well Done!

    Your taxidermist is a true artist. That kudu is stunning!!! And the oryx with the Africa map on it is pure genius!
     
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    great looking trophy's they will look good in your home
     
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    Bobpuckett GOLD SUPPORTER AH Legend

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    Your Trophy's look Great and not bad Cabinet work on the Pedistal either.
     
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    Beautiful Kudu...both are fantastic looking mounts and the pedestal's a great piece..very well done.
     
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    very nice
     
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    Great looking mounts. Just curious what was the length of your horns overall height of the trophy when on the pedestal, and the height of the pedestal.
    Sorry for all the questions I have a 38" Gemsbok I will be fitting in a basement and wanted to see how yours measured out.
     
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    Beautiful! I love the pedestal mount and as someone else said, the map of Africa is a perfect compliment.
     
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    Very. very nice. I wish I had the room in my house for these type mounts, they make a striking presence.
     
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    Very nice,
    Congratulations on some fine trophies!
     

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