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Thread: '14 euro mount done.....finally!

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    Default '14 euro mount done.....finally!

    With all the fun of renovations continuing and an entire house in need of drywall I haven't had much time in the dungeon thus far. I finally had enough time tonight to put the finishing touches on my buck from the 2014 season. I do think I need to design a longer plaque...... and get a bigger dungeon, the addition of a jointer, planer and table saw have left things cramped.
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    How is it one careless cigarette can cause a forest fire, but it takes a whole box of matches to light a campfire?

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    Well you could deliver me the firewood I see in the background to give you some more room . Mount looks good .

    TD

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    Looks great, well done!

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    I always like that look better.....nicley done.

    I make my plaques using side (angle) cuts of hardwood trees. Leave the bark on and it looks great. I had buddy give me a 8' log from a 8"-10" apple tree a few years back and I cut a whack of 1.5" slabs for future mounts...cheap and they look really nice with a light stain.
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    Looks really good. Congrats on a nice looking euro buck!

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    Well done, very nice rack !

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    Quote Originally Posted by 400bigbear View Post
    Well you could deliver me the firewood I see in the background to give you some more room . Mount looks good .

    TD
    Lol. The rest of the wood is outside yet. Im only throwing in a cord at a time to keep extra space and to help the wife keep it under 30 in here.
    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    I always like that look better.....nicley done.

    I make my plaques using side (angle) cuts of hardwood trees. Leave the bark on and it looks great. I had buddy give me a 8' log from a 8"-10" apple tree a few years back and I cut a whack of 1.5" slabs for future mounts...cheap and they look really nice with a light stain.
    Apple is really nice wood. The grain really pops on it when coated. I have some June plum in blocks im waiting to try.


    Thanks guys!
    How is it one careless cigarette can cause a forest fire, but it takes a whole box of matches to light a campfire?

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    Beauty mount.

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    Heck of a buck Oaknut, congrats!
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    Beauty

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