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Coyote mousing form

Anyone have any info on this form? While searching for how I want my black coyote mounted, I came across this mount but have not been able to find a form. Maybe it is a custom form?


This is my coyote that I am getting a full body done on.


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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 11:08 PM
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nice yote cant wait to see the mount
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Gene, I think it's this one.
http://www.rmi-online.com/product_in...ducts_id/47186

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Sure looks like it, Mike. I didn't see that one in the searches I did. Pretty cool pose, I think.

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Re: Coyote mousing form

Cool pose. Nice yote. Really awesome you took it with a flinter!

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sweet pose...you gotta post a pic once you get it back from the taxi.

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I don't know anything about that form, but I think that pose will make an awsome mount with you black coyote!!! Go for it!!

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Re: Coyote mousing form

The mount you posted I think was custom carved, however the jumping pose is available as a commercial form, and some alteration can be easily done to turn the coyote.
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Re: Coyote mousing form

First off congrats that's an amazing looking yote, and to take it with a flintlock makes it even better. I searched and searched the web when I was getting mine done and that same picture was what I ended up wanting, and I ended up just taking that picture to bob McGinnis taxidermy out of boyers pa. Attached is the link to the picture after it was finished.




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That turned out exceptional. Great work on a tough to mount animal.

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