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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-09-2011, 10:02 PM Thread Starter
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whats everyone think of the new 6900 series ?

from mckenzie that is.. anyone mount a buck from it yet? post a picture please if you did, im curious to see how they turn out. Saw Very few pictures searching around. and not the best.

also whats everyone elses favorite forms for the semi upright/sneak?
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Re: whats everyone think of the new 6900 series ?

"also whats everyone elses favorite forms for the semi upright/sneak?"

Mike likes the Matt Thompson line for Pa deer, he thinks they fit our deeer the best.

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Re: whats everyone think of the new 6900 series ?

i actually do have a mount done with matt thompson's form, it turned out really good. so i agree.
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Re: whats everyone think of the new 6900 series ?

I am getting this year's buck done on a Matt Tohmpson wall pedistal form. So it got my vote.

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Re: whats everyone think of the new 6900 series ?

My buck was done with a McKenzie 8400 Semi Upright Offset with a right turn. I think its a good look.
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Re: whats everyone think of the new 6900 series ?

yeah i've been looking, its between the 8400, 6900, 4100(matt thompson) and i think another one by matt too.

those are about my favorite looking forms out of all mckenzies
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Re: whats everyone think of the new 6900 series ?

<---its going to be the buck in the picture here...




i know not the best picture, but you can kinda see his swelled neck and some definition down his "throat" line..but now what form to me would do the best job? im not sure really..
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Re: whats everyone think of the new 6900 series ?

Just mounted a buck yesterday on a 6900. Love it!! Everything fell right where it was supposed to. The brisket looks great. I really like everything about it.
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Re: whats everyone think of the new 6900 series ?

Jeffc glad it looks good, because that is the one I picked this year also. Just liked the look of a little more brisket showing.
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Re: whats everyone think of the new 6900 series ?

I'm not 100% sure... but the bigger the neck basically more definition right? I saw a deer mounted on same form as mine, it had more girth on the neck, and had more definition.
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