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    Eight Point

    Mule buck decal on Curly Maple cast in Polyester Resin and dressed up in a Gold/Black Sierra.
    Sanded to 400x, buffed with extra fine steel wool and polished with Huts Ultra Gloss.

    Les


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    Another beauty, Les. Interesting how the pictures make the maple look like antler. (Or maybe it's just the subliminal suggestion from seeing the deer image that does it.)
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    That one barely fits Les!! You should look into the decals in color maybe...could be fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Burr View Post
    That one barely fits Les!! You should look into the decals in color maybe...could be fun!
    Jim,
    I've tried them in color and they don't look right on the curly maple wood.

    Les
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    Hmmm...maybe because they are brown and so is the wood...should have thought of that before I asked
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    See my post in your Ring necked Pheasant thread.
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    Beautiful Les. I really like this one
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