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Mounting a bear rug to the wall? #6905146
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What works best? How do you support the weight of the head?

Re: Mounting a bear rug to the wall? [Re: red bluff] #6908354
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The best way I have found is to use large sewing needles, they are cheap and hard enough to drive in with a hammer. Go through the skin not just the felt you can put them in at an angle to hold it in place. Another benefit is you can use a lot of them and they don't damage your wall as much as screws or Sheetrock anchors.

Re: Mounting a bear rug to the wall? [Re: red bluff] #6908472
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I used a staple gun right at edge of felt / skin. Been up 11 years. It was up the same way for over 20 years in my parents house before I got it.


Originally Posted by bill oxner
Haven't had it in years but never spit any out.
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