Displaying multiple euro mounts

GLEDEASY

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I have multiple euro mounts of bucks I've taken, just sitting on the floor. I do have skull hooker mounts, but I don't feel like I a have a wall to hang them all. Would like to see some different ideas that people have done.

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nvguy2

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Guess it would be hard to do with mule deer euros but wanted to share. That’s a lot of euros to deal with. Post a pic when you come up with an idea. Buckrush’s idea is Awesome. Freakin nice!
 

DoubleU

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Here is how I’ve addressed multiple euros. Drill a hole back of skull, use small cable with ferrules as a stop at one end and loop at the other. Can then hang on a wall, ledge, pole etc.

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buckrush

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@buckrush I like that. Did you spray anything on the wood? Difficult to get it to stand?

I'll have to keep an eye out while in the hills.
Nope, I just went and found a good piece of wood and then sawed the bottom so it would stand! This is my last resort though until I can shoulder mount the big buck :/
 

jims

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I have the same problem....so many euro skulls scattered all over the floor and limited wall space. A euro tree makes a lot of sense. Here's a link to Skull Hooker's tree video. They are a little spendy but look really nice and have a lot of adjustments. Midway and others currently have it on sale.

Video Gallery - Skull Hooker

It's possible to make your own as shown in several of the pictures above. This post has really caught my attention. It would be great to figure out an "artsy" way to show off euros and free up floor/wall space. A tree of some sort certainly sure looks impressive!
 

nebo

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I have thought many times through the years of trying to attach racks to a post some how. I like what you guys did with displaying your horns.
 

jims

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I did some snooping around yesterday and found several youtube videos on budget euro mounts. Several guys used a corner bracket plus a bolt that only costs around $2,00 at Home Depot. I'm sure the same corner bracket could be used to attach skulls to a tree/pole.

Here's a link to one of the youtube videos:
DIY: BUDGET EURO SKULL HOOK MOUNT - YouTube
 

GLEDEASY

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Some very cool displays. Probably will try the skull hooker tree for now. Has a clean look that I think my wife will appreciate lol.
 

HuckleberryHound

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Ive been considering going the fudd route and nailing my euros to the barn. Yeah theyll bleach out and birds will crap on them, but it will free up some wall space in my small house. The alternative is putting them inside the barn, or in the basement.
 

Deerlove

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Yes I have it, but I'm going to try and cover it "base" with a old wooden box and put a sandbag on it. The box will hide the sandbag.
 

heyoldguy

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The display was designed to mount on a wall but kinda got stuck in the back corner of the bench right now. Left skull is made from stainless steel tubing, center skull is natural from a deadhead that had the nose shot off and the right skull is from Type-L hard drawn copper.
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