Helping Hand Hangers | Time-saving and durable taxidermy mount hangers
   


    
  • "Hi Steve, I just LOVE your hangers --- I'm a disabled taxidermist I'm pretty much one-handed And your hangers are just wonderful !!! They make it so much easier for me to move around the mounts I can't wait for you to come out with some for the heavier mounts. Thanks very much"
    Debbie - Wildlife Adventures
    Taxidermy Studio Lostant, Illinois

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  • "I love the Helping Hand Hangers! It can be a real pain to hold a shoulder mount, a screw , and a drill at the same time, But with these hangers transferring mounts to and from my stand is a breeze."
    Nina from PA

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  • "Great products Steve, I love the hangers and brackets. They are great time savers."
    D.Price - Outback Taxidermy
    Youngsville, NC

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  • "Steve, I save a considerable amount of time by being able to quickly move mounts from one work station to another. You have a quality product that is very usable and durable."
    Charles Schram - Charlies Wild Things Taxidermy

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  • "These hangers have taken the frustration out of finish work, no more fumbling with the mounting stand bracket, Just hang the headon the stand put in two screws then go to work! I would be lost without them! The most helpful new product to come along in the taxidermy industry since Stop Rot."
    Micheal P. Schlabach - M.A.D. Taxidermy
    La Grange, TX

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  • "I love them! I was astounded at just how much time they saved. Time is money and you will make more money using these hangers. Thanks again for this wonderful contribution to the industry!"
    Curt - North Woods Taxidermy

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Taxidermy Videos

Helping Hand Hangers Presents...

Welcome to the free taxidermy video page. As you may already have known, we've been producing videos featuring beginner lessons of taxidermy. These free taxidermy videos begin with caping and flesing, and will continue on to the final stages of mounting. These "how-to" taxidermy videos are free to view, but we will soon have an option to purchase a DVD with all of these videos combined so you don't have to be at your computer while practicing.

A new feature to this page is the video menu. We've broken down the list into several areas in an attempt to make it easier to find the taxidermy video you're looking for. Please enjoy!

Product Related

  

Whitetail Prep'ing Series

Helping Hand Hangers   Prep'ing - Part 1
Wall Bracket Demonstration   Prep'ing - Part 2

Whitetail Fleshing Series

 

Prep'ing - Part 3
Caping   Prep'ing - Part 4
Fleshing - Part 1: Lips    
Fleshing - Part 2: Nose  
Fleshing - Part 3: Eyes  
Fleshing - Part 4: Ears  
Fleshing - Part 5: Beam  

Whitetail BONDO EAR Video

 

Bondo Ears  



Product Related Videos

Helping Hand Hangers - Basic Installation and Use

 

Description

"Basic Installation and Use" of the Helping Hand Hanger. Steve takes you through the simple steps of installing the hanger on the back of a whitetail mannikin, and shows how easy it is to place the form on the mounting stand. [Length: 59 seconds] Helping Hand hangers are available to order on the products page.

 

Wall Brackests and Modified Plate for Large Game Heads
Weight tested at over 240 lbs!

 

Description

A demonstration of strength when using the Helping Hand Hanger and the wall bracket. Steve puts his neck on the line when he stands on the head of the deer mannikin while attached to the wall. Watch what happens! [Length: 2 minutes 25 seconds] Wall brackets are available to order on the products page.

 

Beginners Taxidermy "How-to" Videos

How to Cape Whitetail Deer

 

Description

Walkthrough on the caping process. A professional taxidermist demonstrates how to cape a whitetail buck. [Length: 9 minutes 55 seconds]

 

How to Fleshing Whitetail - Part 1: Lips

 

Description

Part 1 of Fleshing. Watch the techniques of fleshing the lips of a whitetail. Be sure to use a sharp blade and make careful cuts. The fleshing tool and fleshing cone used in these taxidermy videos are now in production.   [Length: 9 minutes 40 seconds]

 

How to Fleshing Whitetail - Part 2: Nose

 

Description

Part 2 of Fleshing. Watch the techniques of fleshing the nose of a whitetail. Be sure to use a sharp blade and make careful cuts. The fleshing tool and fleshing cone used in these taxidermy videos are now in production. . [Length: 8 minutes 03 seconds]

 

How to Fleshing Whitetail - Part 3: Eyes

 

Description

Part 3 of Fleshing. Watch the techniques of fleshing the eyes of a whitetail. Be sure to use a sharp blade and make careful cuts. The fleshing tool and fleshing cone used in these taxidermy videos are now in production. . [Length: 6 minutes 22 seconds]

 

How to Fleshing Whitetail - Part 4: Ears

 

Description

Part 4 of Fleshing. Watch the techniques of fleshing the ears of a whitetail. Be sure to use a sharp blade and make careful cuts. The fleshing tool and fleshing cone used in these taxidermy videos are now in production. . [Length: 9 minutes 44 seconds]

 

How to Fleshing Whitetail - Part 5: Fleshing Beam

 

Description

Part 5 of Fleshing. Watch the techniques of using a fleshing beam. Be sure to use a sturdy beam, sharp blade, and make careful cuts. [Length: 9 minutes 53 seconds]

 

Preparing for Mounting - Part 1

 

Description

Part 1 of Preparing for Mounting. [Length: 9 minutes 48 seconds]

 

Preparing for Mounting - Part 2

 

Description

Part 2 of Preparing for Mounting. [Length: 8 minutes 12 seconds]

 

Preparing for Mounting - Part 3

 

Description

Part 3 of Preparing for Mounting. [Length: 10 minutes 00 seconds]

 

Preparing for Mounting - Part 4

 

Description

Part 4 of Preparing for Mounting. [Length: 9 minutes 30 seconds]

 

Bondo Ears

 

Description

Attempt with EXTREME caution! Utilize bondo and fiberglass to form a whitetail deer ear. This is an advanced taxidermy process. Please do use extreme caution. [Length: 9 minutes 47 seconds]

 

 
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