Track lighting

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  1. goatman

    goatman I hunt days ending in Y

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    What are you guys using to add a little lighting to your mounts? Pics would be nice. Thanks
     
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  3. StickersNKickers

    StickersNKickers Camo Up!

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    I have mine under a couple of can lights in the ceiling. Just kind of worked out, as it was a great place to hang them, and the lights were already there from the remodel that the previous owner did. Almost has an art gallery look to it.
     
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    I have a small lamp offset and below mine, when it is on it really shows the muscle and tone detail of the mount and lights the rack nicely.
     
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    Will capes fade quicker under direct lighting?? None of mine have any type of accent lighting - just general ceiling fluorescents. Any taxi's have any input??
     
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    They will fade from UV rays (sun through windows).. shouldn't have a problem with artificial lighting.
     

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