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#1 swwildlife

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Just finished and delivered to a customer in Gold Canyon. the photo does not show the true size of this piece. The male's head stands about 9 1/2 foot high and the overall piece is about 12 feet wide.

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Nice! It will probably scare his grandkids.......lol!



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I saw this in the shop it was very nice.
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Great looking mount! I hope he has some wide doors on his house.
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That awesome, but you gotta put someone in the pic for scale.
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It would take a really bad butt dog to chew on that one.



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Here is a photo prior to base work, this shows the scale of this piece
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Wow!  I saw them in the shop like the last picture but didn't know they would all go to the same piece.  Nice work!


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How much does a piece like that weigh?

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It is actually 3 different bases that all roll together to produce one large piece. All three pieces can be rolled very easily, and can also be displayed as individual pieces if the owner want to change it up. three people can lift each piece up to load.


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Impressive, nice work!


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Great work.  They look absolutely lifelike.  I would like to see the trophy room they are going into.



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That's AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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It is actually 3 different bases that all roll together to produce one large piece. All three pieces can be rolled very easily, and can also be displayed as individual pieces if the owner want to change it up. three people can lift each piece up to load.

 

 

That's a cool idea making them so they can be displayed individually or merged together!


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You guys should start a reality tv show! You could be like the American chopper guys, but only with mounts instead of choppers (and fake drama)! I would like to the size of the house that mount is going in! He's wife must be a really good lady to allow that in the living room ;)




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