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Kill'n TimeTaxidermy

Kill'n Time Taxidermy specializes in all phases of taxidermy including North American game, African game, Exotic game, rugs and birds. I can assist hunters who are traveling with the shipping of their capes, horns and antlers to my studio to be mounted, no matter the hunter’s destination. Please call prior to your travels for skinning and shipping information to avoid delays and incorrect care of your trophy. Kill'n Time Taxidermy invites you to call or visit our studio with any questions and to examine the high quality of work that we produce. Please call ahead to inform me of your visit so I can expect you. This will help me maintain my efficiency and superior service. Thank you for considering Kill'n Time Taxidermy for all of your taxidermy needs and please browse my website for more information and examples of my work.

Kill'n Time Taxidermy

1027 Frishkorn Road* New Brighton, PA 15066

Phone: (724) 683-6134 * Email:


At Kill'n Time Taxidermy, I have been providing the avid sportsman with outstanding wildlife art for many years. I know that my customers are passionate about hunting and realize the importance of a quality product. That is why every piece is completed with state-of-the-art mounting technology and up-to-date materials. Although taxidermy is an art, not all taxidermists are artists. It takes years of experience, a meticulous attention to detail and pride in your work to produce a truly quality piece – all characteristics you’re sure to experience should you award me with your business. An extreme amount of time is spent recapturing the details of your mount. Even the smallest details such as the inner-nostrils and eye rotation will not be overlooked. I hope that you will take a few minutes to browse my website to see the quality of my work for yourself. Whether your trophy is from North America, Africa or anywhere else in the world, I am confident that you will be happy with your choice to work with me.

Thank you in advance for trusting me with your taxidermy needs.


Dave George

Master Taxidermist


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