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  • For those of you that do your own European mounts, how do you do it? I'll post more in an answer.

    For those of you that do your own European mounts, how do you do it? I'll post more in an answer.

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    I dont want to use propane too expensive for me. I've been using firewood in a drum and grills over the fire with the pot on top. i even have a vent to make the smoke go out the side, but i still end up blackening the horns which isnt a huge deal because it comes off with a rag and water.
    but I have to cook em for around 15 hours or more. Its a little hard since I did my brothers, a friends, mine, and one I found while shed hunting this year. Takes too long.
    I've read about the buck boilers but sounds like they break a lot. I've also heard using a electric turkey roaster? I'm kinda thinking electric would be the way to go so you dont have to watch it the whole time.
    So tell me what you think

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    • #3
      From what you're saying, an old electric hot plate would be just what the doctor ordered. ---Unless you want to spring for a colony of dermistid beetles, which I'm thinking about doing next season.

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      • #4
        have you ever look this topic up on youtube videos after watching alot of them, my heads come out like a museum peace. Its free & informational!

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        • #5
          Hope this helps:
          www.outdoorlife.com/photos/gallery/hunting/whitetail-deer/2008/10/mount-your-own-deer-antlers

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