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  1. #26
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    Top notch work right there. You da man!!

    Brian
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  2. #27
    Thanks for the comments guys. I do alot of out of state work as well. If you are interested in seeing more of my work, you can check out my site. If you have any questions, just e-mail me and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Thanks again.
    wildlifebydesign.net

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    I think there is a pin still in his ear. Do I win anything for noticing that? Awesome work.
    Owner: **Precision Tune ** When good enough just ain't good enough!

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    LOL, no pin! What you see is a piece of the velvet hanging down. Thanks guys!
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    that is so cool man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baz59 View Post
    I know the same quality in KY will set ya back 475. This is the best mount i have seen on AT. I wouldnt consider taking an animal to someone unless it turned out looking like this one. I have 5 deer mounted and they all look the same as above. Congrats on a great mount!!
    Thats it?!?!?! We pay anywhere from 650-1000 depending for a shoulder mount up here!!

  7. #32
    Super work -- such detail and smoothness!
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  8. #33
    Great interpretation with the wrinkles, etc. Love those short caped bucks.
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    I don't visit over here much but man, Matt has talent, as most of the guys here. Fantastic.
    Using the Gear that works for me.

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    Not too shabby friend, not too shabby.
    Timberland Taxidermy
    10813 NE Witt Rd
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  11. #36
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    Your work looks GREAT !!! Where in Ohio are you?
    Blacked Out Mathews Chill 28/70 .....HHA DSXL5519, QAD HDX, KTech 5 twin, T3 Quiver, Gold Tip XT 75/95's and Rage Chisel Broadheads

  12. #37
    Hi Gaylord, I sent you a message back, thanks for the comments guys!
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  13. #38
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    Absolutely beautiful!

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    That is a work of art! You do awesome work!

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    Top notch taxi work is like fine art work, I can stare at it for hours. Outstanding work Matt!
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    Thanks again for all the comments guys and if you have any questions, just pm me or email me and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
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  17. #42
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    Incredible work! Wow!

  18. #43
    Beautiful mount! Excellent work.
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  19. #44
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    Best mount I've ever seen! Awesome job!!!
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  20. #45
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    Looks great!

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    Thats a work of art, beautifully done

  22. #47
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    Your mounts look amazing, excellent work.

  23. #48
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    that is awesome, great work
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  24. #49
    Thanks for the comments guys, season is just around the corner again! Good luck to all and if you have any questions, just get in touch with me.
    wildlifebydesign.net

  25. #50
    Love it -- super!!!
    Proud Member of the Roy Hall DRIVEN Foundation Impact Team LUKE 12:6
    CROSSBOW CONNECTION MAGAZINE, Field Editor
    Carbon Express CX-1 Blue Streak Arrows Torrid Broadheads
    ...please visit my Blog "Lee Phillips Outdoors" at www.buckhuntinginpa.com ...

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