Deluxe Oak Euro Skull Display Kit

Item # DODX-298514

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Deluxe Oak Euro Skull Display Kit.

Solid oak! Taxidermy base and top panel with a camo background image can be used for mounting big game skulls. For wall or table mounting.

  • 2 oak mounting panels are satin lacquer finished
  • Top panel has camo image
  • 5 mounting screws
  • 2 sawtooth hangers with screws
  • Full instructions.
  • 16 x 7 x 9 3/ 4 "h.

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Customer Reviews

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  1. 5 stars
    Description was dead on. My son's first buck looks great on the stand.
  2. 5 stars
    The Skull Is Fair Priced And Looks Good
  3. 5 stars
    Pieces are solid and heavy. Great quality especially for the cost.
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