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  • This past fall I shot a nice whitetail and made it into a skull mount. After I was done, an unfortunate accident happened (dog

    This past fall I shot a nice whitetail and made it into a skull mount. After I was done, an unfortunate accident happened (dog knocked it off table) and two tines broke off. I have the tines, but I am unsure how to deal with the chips...What could be used as a filler and how could I get the color to match the antlers?

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    Wood putty, and wood stain should work. But I'd call around to some local taxidermists first.

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      Perhaps some ground up scrap anter pieces to mix in a epoxy base. then shape with small hand tools and color to match your set.

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        I've used wood stain to color bleached out anlters before, works great.

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