Broken Antler

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So I have a set of antlers I want to mount on a plaque and place them on the wall but before I could fionish making the plaque, my kids managed to break one side of the antlers. Dont even know how they managed to do it but they did.

So my question is, can the antlers be fixed? Can I glue them or something?
 

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Yes it can be done, have no fear. Cross your fingers and wait for a PM from Glass eye. He will be the one with the best know how.
 

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If it's just a tip or small point = superglue. If it's a main beam or large point = steel rod and epoxy. It's not the end of the world.... Ed F
 

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sounds to me like santa is just doing a fly by this year.
 

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If it's just a tip or small point = superglue. If it's a main beam or large point = steel rod and epoxy. It's not the end of the world.... Ed F
Took the words right out of my mouth.
 

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Thanks I will try the super glue first. .. if it don't work I will try the epoxy
 
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