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    Cool story and awesome buck!

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    awsome buck! congrats

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    Great buck! Love the pic.

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    Very nice......congratulations!
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    Nice job. Is he a 4x3 or 4x4 (not counting the busted cheater)?

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    Mainframe 4X3. Missing a G4. All the bone on that side went to the G1 and kicker. He has a couple of burr points that could possibly score under the velvet as well. I think those weak and missing G4s would kill the score, but I think this is one of those "forget about the score" bucks rather than a "what if" buck.

    It still didn't take much field judging to call him a shooter, and the whole hunt was a true adventure. I really like him. He scores way up there in the Bitterroot Bulls book!

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    Great buck and he would score way up there in my book too Congratulations!!

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    Congtrats BB, great buck man. What elevation was that?

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    Congrats on a hard earned muley!

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    awesome buck man congrats! he is a stud!

 

 

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