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    Has anyone used the mountain mikes deer positioner to hang a euro? I have one on the way and am going to use it for my pronghorn buck.
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    I've used a few. I don't like them much, the only thing I do like is the somewhat adjustable angle. I vastly prefer the fixed brackets like this one: https://www.skullbracket.com/product...ear-sized-game

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    Yes. The two euros below are made with mountain mikes skull and positioner. I have not tried to mount a real skull to one though. I'm happy with the results.

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    Those both look great, I will post up when I get it done.
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    Looks good to me
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    Just got notification that it came into the store so I will be headed up there after work to grab it......pics to follow
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    I agree with SnowyMountaineer, SkullBracket is very good. Strong enough to hold the biggest of bull racks. I do sell them for the guy, helps he is in the same town as I am. But, I would also recommend them if I didn't sell them. Secure as you can get and won't pull through the skull cap like some big names have doing.

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    For the Skullbracket, would 4 screws with drywall anchors be sufficient?

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    Can't say for myself, I've only put mine in studs.

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    Skull bracket comes with 2 lag bolts. You could get away dry wall anchors with a small deer, but in no way trust that for an elk, moose, sheep, or bison

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    Guess I'll crack out the stud finder. Need to get the bison skull off the floor.

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    Got it installed on the skull last night (super easy couple minute operation) and am going to try and get it on the wall this evening.
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    Here you go....I'm pretty happy with how it turned out
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    You might take a look at these. I really like them a lot. They are simple and strong and you can adjust the mount to change the presentation of the horns. It works pretty slick.

    https://www.skullhooker.com/

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    I would do something different for a big deer of elk but for this or a small deer and $14 this is a good option.
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