show me your mounts-please.

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  1. ohihunter2014

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    Semi sneak?
     

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    Yes! That's kinda what I want but looking to its left-my right.
     

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    What's offset shoulder mean?
     
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    Kinda would like ears like they are in my pic. I'm liking semi sneak. Ceilings 8-9ft maybe 10ft. I'll post a couple more angles I got of him tomorrow.
     
  5. Schu72

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    That's the name of the form. I think the shoulders are just turned a little...not straight.
     
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    So I take it that it doesn't sit completely flat on the wall? I like how it looks. Just trying to make sure it's 100% right. Do you know what brand form that is so I could find a model #
     
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    Offset shoulder means you get more of one shoulder than the other, it gives the appearance of a stronger turn even though it's not. More than likely shu's mount is a 6900 from McKenzie, with the hump on the neck shaved down
     
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    There are a ton of different forms to pick from , I think a buck with a thin neck looks better in an upright position and ears forward and a buck with a big thick rut neck looks better semi-sneak with ears pulled back so If you have 2-3 months to make a decision take your time and pick out the one you like for your buck .....
     
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    Here are a few Of mine I had on my phone. It helps to know the wall you want it in so you know if it needs a turn or not as well.
     
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    I like that too
     
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    The idea I'm going for is it will be on a corner wall in my room facing the bed but don't want it staring at the bed so turned to its left. I like all the looks. Full sneak looks a little odd to me but still looks nice. No offense to full sneak guys. Heck I like all your poses so now I have to shoot a couple more nice bucks lol.

    Based on my buck would the neck size make semi sneak left turn look odd?
     
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    I kinda like the ears out showing a little.
     

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