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    Taxidermist around Fortwilliam required please

    Afternoon all

    I am going to Fortwilliam next week for two days Roe stalking. I am hoping to get my first Scottich Roe Buck. Can anybody recommend a taxidermist in Invernessshire please?

    Many thanks in advance

    Conor

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    >>Bill Bartlett<<

    He is a member on here, here is one he has completed >>Buck<<

    I have no connection with him, but his work does look good.

    TJ
    Last edited by tartinjock; 04-07-2011 at 14:31.
    Position and hold must be firm enough to support the firearm
    The firearm must point naturally at the target without any undue physical effort
    Sight alignment (aiming) must be correct
    The shot must be released and followed through without disturbing the position

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    Many thanks TJ for the compliment and the connection. I have made contact with Conor and wish him the best of luck. Bill.

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    Thats great

    Many thanks indeed!

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    Flights, hotels and taxidermist booked. All I need now is an optimist by my side!

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    Good look mate all the best its a great feeling culling a buck then hav in the work carried out the only down side is the wait.

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    Taxidermist Fort William area.

    The result - again congratulations Conor - but the first of many, I am sure. ATB Bill.

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    Nice job is that the cape that gose with the head. Also thought it was only the big trophys you done bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6pointer View Post
    Nice job is that the cape that gose with the head. Also thought it was only the big trophys you done bill.
    Hi, Dave - yep, original cape with the head. Do lots of trophies in all shapes and sizes. Many times hunters first animals it is not the size that is important but rather the memory of a brillant day in the field....ATB Bill.

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    Getting your 'first of a species' done is probably the best reason to get a head mounted. You only shoot 'your first' once and probably has a wonderful memory to go with it.

    Getting your biggest head done comes a close second, but I have set up 'biggest heads' before now only for the owner to go out and shoot a bigger one the very next week!

    Malforms are another great attraction, as every one is different.


    Lakey

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