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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-08-2015, 03:15 PM Thread Starter
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Best way to mount Euro Deer Skull to the wall

So my wife is decorating our soon to be born son's nursery in a woodland theme or something along those lines. She wants to use one of my buck skulls to hang on the wall. Normally I just keep them in my workshop hung on a nail. Its not exactly a rock solid mounting method if you know what I mean.

For a wooden mount, I'm either going to use some rough sawn oak I have in my woodshop or I'll go cut a log diagonal for the piece.

Whats the best way to do this? I've done some research on the google machine and some guys drill a hole below where the spinal cord hole and use a drywall screw to fasten it to the wood.

Some guys dremel the base out and used bondo to secure a wooden block in the brain cavity.

Then I saw some skull hooker thing that sticks out and from the looks of it hooks into some holes in the back of the skull.

I can make pretty much anything out of wood or metal if I want. Just curious as to what the pro's do/would do. My wifes main concern is it falling off the wall or something.


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Re: Best way to mount Euro Deer Skull to the wall

All the skulls I do for customers I drill a hole in the back of skull just below the hole where spine attaches to skull then I put a bolt through whatever I mount it on n I put a nut inside of skull and screw the bolt into it. That way it can't ever fall off.
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