I shot a small mule deer in velvet in WY last Sept., I kept the antlers cool until I got home, then cut them off the skull and tried an odd tactic to preserve the velvet. It was a small buck so I thought What the heck, I'll give it a try...A friend of my daughter's shared how a taxidermist friend of his soaks antlers for clients in gasoline for 10 days then dries them for like 20 days. I actually have had them "Drying" and airing out on the patio all winter. The velvet has stayed on and doesn't smell now. We'll see how they smell and hold up when I get them in the house. In the meanwhile I did a euro mount/boil of the skull. Now I need to glue the antlers back onto the skull. Has anyone done this part? I'm wondering what type of glue to use. thanks for any advice!