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West Virginia Man Carves Amazing Buck out of Pine

West Virginia Man Carves Amazing Buck out of Pine

Not quite a "saw dog", but pretty damn close. West Virginia native Terry Phillips obviously discovered a hidden talent when he decided to see if he could take scraps of pine leftover from a hunting log cabin he was helping build, and turn them into a masterpiece that's worthy of hanging next to any mount. And what's even more amazing is that this was Terry's first time carving anything! Working off and on, the project lasted about six months. His wife Mary sent us a few pictures of the process that we're sharing here! Enjoy!

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