shipping horns

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  1. kuduman

    kuduman AH Veteran

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    my walls are full of mounts and i have no room left. with the high cost of shipping and taxi work, i am looking at getting just the horns shipped home and perhaps euro mounts. perhaps maybe just taking pictures as i believe that the savings from shipping and taxi work is equal to the cost of the trip. this would in fact lead to 2 trips instead of 1. my question is- do i still pay the same cost for documentation and crating for euro mounts as i would for skull, horns and all skins? my last trip, i payed 350 us for documentation and crating. does anyone know the cost of 5 animals-euro mounts back to canada? last trip we bulk shipped our animals with our group which saved us huge. canadians can still do this and i would recommend this to everyone. anyone can still do this by simply putting all your animals under 1 name, thus saving huge costs.
  2. TexasLebenskunstler

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    If you fly with your trophies, you should make sure that your airline will accept your horns. TTHA.com introduced and has tracked a story about United Airlines NOT shipping horns and antlers. Thanks to hunting organizations like TTHA and SCI, they have reversed their position. It’s always best to ask first and get it in writing.

    Here's the story link:
    United Airlines Reverses ? No Antlers? Policy > Texas Trophy Hunters Association

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