Whether size, space, or cost keeps you from giving your latest trophy the full treatment, you can still do something special with the rack that will look good and, when seen through your living room window with a little uplighting, scare any potential intruders away from your home forever. Outdoor Life‘s Mark Kayser explains three ways to make your own European mount.
Some trophies just don’t deserve a trip to the taxidermist for a shoulder mount, yet they don’t deserve to be tacked to the tool shed, either. European skull mounts are the answer, and it’s a cinch to produce a classy mount in a single day.
Photos: Grand Canyon Wildlife Taxidermy (top); Nick Ferrari (above)