INSTRUCTIONS FOR SHOULDER MOUNTS AND PEDESTAL MOUNTS EXPLAINED

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Shoulder or Pedestal Mounts with an 1/8, ¼ or a ½ turn to the RIGHT(FIGURE 1)

  • 1/8 turn to the right: If you were to stand directly in front of a shoulder or pedestal mount trophy that has an 1/8 of a turn to the right, its head will be turned very slightly (± 12 ° from the centerline) to the right from the trophy’s perspective. The animal would then be looking very slightly to your left side.
  • 1/8 turn to the right: If you were to stand directly in front of a shoulder or pedestal mount trophy that has an 1/8 of a turn to the right, its head will be turned very slightly (± 12 ° from the centerline) to the right from the trophy’s perspective. The animal would then be looking very slightly to your left side.
  • ¼ turn to the right: If you were to stand directly in front of a shoulder or pedestal mount trophy that has an ¼ of a turn to the right, its head will be turned slightly (± 23 ° from the centerline) to the right from the trophy’s perspective. The animal would then be looking slightly to your left side.
  • ½ turn to the right: If you were to stand directly in front of a shoulder or pedestal mount trophy that has an ½ of a turn to the right, its head will be turned strongly (± 45 ° from the centerline) to the right from the trophy’s perspective. The animal would then be looking strongly to your left side. A ½ turn is usually not desirable on many of the species.

Shoulder or Pedestal Mounts with an 1/8, ¼ or a ½ turn to the LEFT (Figure 2)

  • 1/8 turn to the left: If you were to stand directly in front of a shoulder or pedestal mount trophy that has an 1/8 of a turn to the left, its head will be turned very slightly (± 12 ° from the centerline) to the left from the trophy’s perspective. The animal would then be looking very slightly to your right side.
  • 1/8 turn to the left: If you were to stand directly in front of a shoulder or pedestal mount trophy that has an 1/8 of a turn to the left, its head will be turned very slightly (± 12 ° from the centerline) to the left from the trophy’s perspective. The animal would then be looking very slightly to your right side.
  • ¼ turn to the left: If you were to stand directly in front of a shoulder or pedestal mount trophy that has an ¼ of a turn to the left, its head will be turned slightly (± 23 ° from the centerline) to the left from the trophy’s perspective. The animal would then be looking slightly to your right side.
  • ½ turn to the left: If you were to stand directly in front of a shoulder or pedestal mount trophy that has an ½ of a turn to the left, its head will be turned strongly (± 45 ° from the centerline) to the left from the trophy’s perspective. The animal would then be looking strongly to your right side.   A ½ turn is usually not desirable on many of the species.

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