New diy mount for the wall

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  1. justinwmoe88

    justinwmoe88 Weekend Warrior

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    Made this today for some euros
     

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    justinwmoe88 Weekend Warrior

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    On the wall
     

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    Thats different I like that, now I want to go cut my siding off lol
     
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    It was siding off a barn we tore down. I work for an excavation company
     
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    Guess I will have to keep my eye out for barns getting torn down for future mounts
     
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    I live in s rural farming community so luckily all we have to do is drive around and find old sheds or barns that’s are falling down in the trees and ask for permission or just wait until we get hired to tear them down then we have salvage rights. But yes what an easy way to church up a mount quick and easy. I just used wire to hold them onto it but I guess those headhanger mounts would work too just cost more
     
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    That's neat man, lot of character.
     
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    Very nice! I’ve been thinking of a way to display mine as well!


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    I did this with my son's first buck. Same concept. Old barn wood.
     

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    The wood is the state of North Dakota in oak and the broadheads point is gps to where the buck was shot. The broadhead is also the one that ended his life
     

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    That's killer man. Definitely need to do that next time.
     
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    Look good OP!
     

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