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Go to ebay, go to advanced search and look at item #7188192302. This guy is supposed to be a pro.
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Wow is all I can say, I am glad none of my birds will ever be headed to Texas to be mounted :laughing:
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im pretty sure i could even do better and i dont know the first thing about fowl taxidermy....
Just making my way the only way i know how!
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ummmmmmmmmm....... Yeah thats pretty bad
Never stand down wind of Buster "the spitter" 22 when he is calling on his SMM ! :laughing:
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thats why it costs 25 dollars. not a good mount by any means.
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If you notice, that It's legs are upside down. I got to believe my 9 year old son could call himself a pro, if that guy can! :toofunny:
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