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Mt lions.

Predator eyes n ears make or break the mount. Let me know how these are.

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post #2 of 30 (permalink) Old 08-25-2013, 10:04 PM
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Re: Mt lions.

Dang, those are nice. The ears in the first one are sweet as is the fat roll hanging over the log in the second. That is how it is done!

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Re: Mt lions.

you get what you pay for

I laugh at that every time and will continue to save hundreds of dollars through you Randy Kuntz! Awesome cats.

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Re: Mt lions.

Simply put....GORGEOUS!

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Re: Mt lions.

Two trophies I'd be very happy with! Great work!
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Re: Mt lions.

That top one is the best I've seen.
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Re: Mt lions.

These are fantastic Cats. The second ones face is one of the best I have seen. Who is the taxidermist?
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Re: Mt lions.

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These are fantastic Cats. The second ones face is one of the best I have seen. Who is the taxidermist?
Randy Kuntz Taxidermy.....also HPA sponsor, banner is above. He catches a lot of flack from other taxidermists, even some from on here who have an issue with his working man's price. Somehow they think they have the right to bad mouth him via PM to our members. The one cat was actually taken to him BECAUSE a taxi on here told him not to go to Randy. Randy would never gloat about that, but I will because the jealousy and anger have gone too far.

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Re: Mt lions.

What sticks out for me is the shape of the ears,look too long and shaped wrong!
https://www.google.com/search?q=moun...NpItF-MC_TM%3A
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Re: Mt lions.

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What sticks out for me is the shape of the ears,look too long and shaped wrong!
https://www.google.com/search?q=moun...NpItF-MC_TM%3A
Don't know Joe. I quick search of mountain lions shows those upturned tips on quite a few in similar pics from the wild. Maybe not the standard ear pose for taxi lions but a very natural and not to often seen ear position in wild lions.

Double thumbs up from me. Quality work there at great prices. I believe he tans his own hides so the customer saves in the end with great work and a fast turn around times by all accounts.

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