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    Default Prairie racer mount

    New addition to the wildlife "art gallery"!
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    I have no idea why my pictures post sideways or how to fix it....sorry.

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    Here you go.


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    No one can go back and make a brand new start, however anyone can start from now and make a new ending.

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    That's a great looking mount, I'm liking that wall he's hanging on too.
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    Kansasdad thank you. I am not sure why any picture I post on here turns sideways and I don't see a way to change it before I post it???

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishing4sanity View Post
    That's a great looking mount, I'm liking that wall he's hanging on too.
    Thank you, I believe pronghorn are one of the most beautiful animals in North America. If it didn't cost so much I would have one full body mounted.

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    Nice goat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redman View Post
    Kansasdad thank you. I am not sure why any picture I post on here turns sideways and I don't see a way to change it before I post it???
    When I work on a Windows 7 or 10 machine, (skipped 8, thankfully) and a picture needs to be rotated to see in "Pictures", after I rotate it, I find that I need to "Save" the changes. Even though on my computer, it looks as I have modified it, when I export it to HuntTalk, it will be as original, and not as modified unless I have taken the step to "Save" it.

    Flipping sideways pics for others is easy peasy for me when on my iPad. Screenshot, rotate, and repost.

    Nice pronghorn!
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    Great looking mount!!
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    Looks great! Pronghorn sure do make for a striking mount.

  11. #11
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    That's a great mount! Nice work! Love the hooks on that buck but the quality of the mount really seems to be a cut above the norm.

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    That's a nice mount.

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