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    Taxidermy Muntjac

    I have for sale a 5 point Muntjac Buck in Summer Cape. The buck was mounted by H. Bennett at Norwich.

    It is surplus to my collection requirements and space (and I need funds for some overseas shooting trips).

    It is available to collect from near Thetford, or it can be couriered at purchasers cost.

    I would like 175.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sws View Post
    I have for sale a 5 point Muntjac Buck in Summer Cape. The buck was mounted by H. Bennett at Norwich.

    It is surplus to my collection requirements and space (and I need funds for some overseas shooting trips).

    It is available to collect from near Thetford, or it can be couriered at purchasers cost




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    WOW.....
    Do you pay the customer 175 to take it away?

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    Sorry, I dont get it? Must be northern humour.

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    I'd take it back that's one ugly munty" You didn't shoot the last dragon by any chance did you by mistake

    Good luck with sale !

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    I know its not a great example but it is a 5 pointer, and it's and awful photo!

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    It's eyes all mucked up isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1995rs View Post
    WOW.....
    Do you pay the customer 175 to take it away?
    haha..

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    What's with the weird eyes? just compared with my last one shot......was it taxidermified by a polish chap who last did a european jackal??
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    I would like to see some some better photographs and maybe a little more information before passing judgement as I know for a fact that the taxidermist that did the work is very well respected. He recently did two very good red stags for one of our guests and his work was outstanding. Glyn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glyn 1 View Post
    I would like to see some some better photographs and maybe a little more information before passing judgement as I know for a fact that the taxidermist that did the work is very well respected. He recently did two very good red stags for one of our guests and his work was outstanding. Glyn.
    well respected with a big bag of spare dragon's eyes.
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