Along with taxidermy, PMWS offers trophy room design and building. Many hunters have over one hundred full body mounts in their house.What PMWS offers to do is go to their home, inventory the mounts that they have and talk about what the hunters hunting goals are for the next five to ten years. Then with the information acquired we start working with an architect to design a room that will adequately display all of the trophies at present along with the trophies that the hunters hope to acquire in the future. Once the size is decided then PMWS starts drawing ideas for what the room could look like.
Once the drawings match what the hunter would like his room to look like, a contract is signed and building can begin. By using the panels that PMWS manufactures we can create formations that resemble mountains. This allows PMWS to use all the space available for the mounts while also creating a very impressive diorama.
Chris Cammack grew up on a cattle ranch in western South Dakota working on the prairie. As a young man he quickly developed a love for the outdoors. At age four, if someone would have asked him Chris would have said that he was going to be a taxidermist when he grew up. At the age of nine he won a purple ribbon in the 4-H contest at the South Dakota state fair with his first piece of taxidermy.
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