Texas Plaque

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highpockets
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Texas Plaque

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A friend of mine wanted a Texas plaque for a European mount on a deer he shot this season.

Not knowing exactly what he wanted I decided to do a prototype for him to make sure it was what he wanted before I cut it in some good wood. So I took a piece of old scrap 3/4" plywood and made the plaque. He loved it and didn't want it remade in good wood. You never know.
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Re: Texas Plaque

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Nice! Curious as to why the green felt on the back of the mount piece?

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KeithW,

Good question. As I said I was using a scrap piece of junk plywood and the last bit of scrap big enough to cut out the mount had a big knot hole in the back side. So I filled in the knot hole with wood filler and covered the back with green felt to spruce it up a bit.
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Re: Texas Plaque

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Thanks! That works...

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