Take AmmoLand’s Safari Club International 2015 Convention Taxidermy Tour

By Jason Reid

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Rochester, New York – -(Ammoland.com)- Big game animals are a huge part of the draw when attending the 2015 Safari Club International Convention ( https://www.showsci.com).

The variety and stunning quality of the taxidermy on display is wonderful to see.

For my fellow hunters that did not make this years show in Las Vegas, I thought I would put together a photo essay of some of the great mounts I have seen at this years show.

Enjoy.. (PS sorry for the slim descriptions as I am doing this on the fly from the show floor)

Mountain tough.
Mountain tough.
Leopard
Leopard
SCI World Record Muzzleloader Whitetail
SCI World Record Muzzleloader Whitetail.
At Attention
At Attention
Classic Whitetail
Classic Whitetail
Attention to detail makes the mount come to life.
Attention to detail makes the mount come to life.
Zero Toleration
Zero Toleration
Hail to the king.
Hail to the king.
Face to Face.
Face to Face.
Stare down.
Stare down.
Motherly Love
Motherly Love
Marking his territory.
Marking his territory.
Desert wary.
Desert wary.
Wouldn't want to have this jumping at you in real life.
Wouldn’t want to have this jumping at you in real life.
The Marco Polo Sheep is said to be the pinnacle of sheep hunting.
The Marco Polo Sheep is said to be the pinnacle of sheep hunting.
Wrinkles of time.
Wrinkles of time.

About Jason Reid:
Jason Reid is a writer and business professional from upstate New York. After deciding to pursue his dream of becoming an outdoor writer, Jason started a blog from his dorm room at Houghton College, growing it and working hard to earn opportunities. While bowhunting big game is his ultimate passion, Jason welcomes all outdoor challenges which force him to push his limits. Jason’s work can be viewed on his website Pushingthewildlimits.com

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Carlene

I really enjoyed all the great pictures you had at the Safari club. Our group took some mounts down too but had there’s in a both with someone else. All the mounts look really alive. Haven’t heard back from them so they must be having fun.