That's a fantastic elk for Public Land DIY, you should be proud!
Any thoughts on the hole in the G4? Bullet?
Edit to Add: That's a fantastic Elk ANYWHERE, but ESPECIALLY Public Land DIY!
I can post a close up pic of the G4 hole if you are interested. For sure not a bullet. There is something inside the hole that rattles around a bit. Maybe he rubbed on a rock and it broke off when he was still in velvet or something. It adds some character so I wanted to show it off on the mount, but oh well. I'll see if I can find a picture, but I'll probably have to take a new one to show it well.
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Awesome bull! Awesome mount!
Seems to me, though, that if your intent was to exentuate the hole anomaly, in the left G4, you had him mounted facing the wrong way..??
I believe I see the hole, in the "trophy" shot of you with the bull, in the field. But, I do not see anything resembling a hole in the right G4, which is what is facing outward, to the room. I'm a missing something..?
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