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USMCTURKEY 'Ol Loopy's mounting job was $450 1994 dollars. A turkey that is strutting or has his feathers fluffed up is very lab

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    Awesome Del!

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    I have always wanted to get a full mount. I do not care about the position really. I just loved the way yours turned out. Keep up the good work.

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  • USMCTURKEY 'Ol Loopy's mounting job was $450 1994 dollars. A turkey that is strutting or has his feathers fluffed up is very lab

    USMCTURKEY 'Ol Loopy's mounting job was $450 1994 dollars. A turkey that is strutting or has his feathers fluffed up is very labor intensive for a lifelike mount. Each feather must be set my hand to look right. I have seen some really atrocious strutters over the years. If you look at my other stuffed turkey he was gobbling. That is an easier pose for a Taxidermist to make look right. Also my friend did that one for the cost of supplies around $150 IMS. Are you thinking about having a bird mounted? Sure brings back memories. Just click my name, then view all photos on lower right of page. Please give it a thumbs up if you see a pic you like.

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