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#5675761 - 03/30/15 09:29 AM Need help finding the right Ram form
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I have searched online for hours looking for a Ram shoulder mount form with the animal looking "hard right" or "severe right".
McKenzies has a "general sheep" hard left with posable head but not a hard right.
Might have to go with a wall pedestal and angle the mount that way or trim the right side down to increase the angle to the right
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Ram has a busted right side horn and I wanted to get it as close to the wall as possible to hide it a little and show off the good left horn as well as provide more of a profile.

Any suggestions?

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#5675785 - 03/30/15 09:43 AM Re: Need help finding the right Ram form [Re: Classic Rocks]
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I have checked McKenzie, van Dyke, Jim Allred, and HQ taxidermy supplies.

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#5675854 - 03/30/15 10:22 AM Re: Need help finding the right Ram form [Re: Classic Rocks]
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I've got right ran forms from McKenize before. What your talking about might be easier to alter the form or repair the horn. If customer doesn't want the horn repaired I'd alter the form. Quick and easy compared to rigging a ped. That's just my 2cents

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