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    Velvet buck, no testicles!



    Lots of points, mass, and narrow spread



    5x2 bull. Not broken, this is how the antlers formed. Sure would have been really neat in a couple years.



    Not super cool like some of these other photo's posted by your guys, which are incredible by the way, but I think it's neat the way they both tip out over his nose.

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    At the RMEF here in Missoula, but super neat anyway!



    This antelope is awesome with that mass and those extra points. Boone & Crockett club here in Missoula



    Attack elk! My dad helped a guy do some work at a game farm before we finally got them outlawed a few years back, and took a picture in the corral with the elk. This calf came up and chewed on his 7mm mag barrel.



    My buddies non-typical mule deer from the Missouri Breaks of central Montana.

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    Here's a better picture of the antlers on that 5x2 bull. Pretty cool.



    That antelope buck with the tipped out horns, this shows him better from the side. I think he's pretty neat looking.



    Now really look at how the left antler kind of comes out the front of the skull. My buddy got this bull several years ago and at some point probably fighting, he had broken his skull plate, it healed, and now his horn came out at an odd angle on the left side. The taxidermist had a heck of a time getting the cape on him I guess!! That's all I got. Not nearly as cool as some of those others.

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    Another Uneak Photo......


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    This doe knew where the corn pile was even after the area flooded. The antelope was in the Tetons
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    Those are all unique photos guys! Bobcat, my antelope goal is to harvest a freak like that, he is a great one! Very unique to say the least.

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    What kind of fish is that i have never seen a fish like that its preety cool

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    While hunting in the Rubies I came across this rabbit floating through the snow...my buddy followed it and snapped this photo with his instamatic just as the ermine popped out. The other photo is of a three legged buck. The lower leg was missing and completely healed over with a pad, similar to a dog's foot.
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    My hunting partner, Steve with his one horned bull.
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    No not a fish...the worlds first politician evolving...LOL
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