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    Holy S#@% what a buck! Who cares about the score? That thing is huge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOHNTR View Post
    Wouldn't that be a heck of an archery buck?
    It would be a heck of an anything buck...
    Arise... Kill, Eat! - Acts 10:13

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    Great buck! Never seen a double drop in real life...Awesome experience for your buddy.

    The first picture reminded me of that Eastman's monster Popeye ( I think that was his name). Not matching the rack, but the spread and look on the deer's face!

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    That deer hits 220" on the conservative side. A true specimen in every sense of the word.

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    Not very often I ever disagree with my friend BOHNTR, but I think this buck is way bigger. Look at the way that rack dwarfs his head, especially in the 2nd picture. I bet he's got a 200 typical frame or better (89+85+26=200) even with average front forks, and with his extras (10+10+5+7), that buck will be closer to 235. He's a freakin' monster. Dream buck right there.
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    WOW!!!! I'd love to see that hawg while bowhunting.

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    I keep dreaming of sitting behind that buck on the cover of EBJ holding those double drops like handle bars on a Harley! As T-bone would put it "Sweet Georgia Brown"
    Shoot STR8

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    Not very often I ever disagree with my friend BOHNTR, but I think this buck is way bigger. Look at the way that rack dwarfs his head, especially in the 2nd picture. I bet he's got a 200 typical frame or better (89+85+26=200) even with average front forks, and with his extras (10+10+5+7), that buck will be closer to 235. He's a freakin' monster. Dream buck right there.
    You could be closer than I on score for sure amigo.......I just don't see his net score main-frame near that high. It's so difficult judging from a photograph.....I've been fooled before. I guess I need the photographer to show me in person. It appears his left MB and G4 are short.......but it doesn't matter I guess, as that buck will net over 200" AND with true handle bar, double droppers! Buck of anyone's lifetime.
    BOHNTR )))----------->

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    That's a monster! I wish I knew were he was! I think he's going to go around 215".

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    That is an amazing buck. No matter what he scores he scores as a all time trophy for 99% of hunters.

 

 

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