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My fox table.



Dave Dillon from Acme taxidermy built this fox table and incorporated my fox killed on my property. My wife and I finally moved into our house and this is our center of attention for the living room. I love the table! My wife bought me LED lights for Christmas and now you can look at the table without any other lights on!

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Very cool - have zero chance to get my wife to go for a table like that - but very cool.
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Awesome. I bet you don't have too many small children around your house. My little guy would trash that in a few days.
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That's really awesome! Even my wife likes that, and she hates everything taxidermy I have! Very nice!
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Nice one. I love those kind of mounts. More realistic like snapshots of nature. Very nice.

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That's awesome, great mount!
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If I remember right I saw that as a work in progress last time I was up to see Dave.

The final product looks great!

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Re: My fox table.

That is a nice looking piece of work! I could never get anything like that unless I had a man-cave. My wife doesn't permit me to hang any animals, or hunting/fishing items in any of the rooms she designed. And now that I have a baby on the way, all my heads are going to the attic. Guess its time to find a bigger house!
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Re: My fox table.

Wow, that's the second time I heard that! My wife likes my mounts... the coyote has been banned from the living room tho...lol she said the eyes freak her out...

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Great looking set up,and you don't even have to worry about the mount getting dusty.

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