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    And who cares, that is a stud! Nice to see a big smile and no outstretched arms. Great, great buck.

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    sw although your words were few, they just oozed of excitement and accomplishment. I'm sure you feel the same way as I suspect that those who wrote something here would say. It does not matter his score, he is absolutely gorgeous! What a toad of a buck and my what character.

    If I had to guess a score, and I probably really stink at it, I would guess somewhere around 175 - 180.

    Congratulations

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    my buck shrunk a bit when i saw those pics

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    I could be wrong, but I'm sticking with a gross of 200ish. I think the mass makes the tines look shorter than they really are. Not that it really matters. That is my dream buck! Mass and trash! I'm jelouse, congrats again.

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    Awsome buck cant wait to read the story congrats

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    The mass definitely hides a few inches! I'll get the story up soon.

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    And I agree dryfly, I could care less about the official score, its just nice to have the Big Guy smile upon me!

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    If I had to guess, it would be 197. But I am one that doesn't get caught up in score, and that is one hell of good looking deer. Congrats! Can't wait to hear the story.
    Shoot STR8

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    One thing for sure...regardless of what he scores, he was an old buck. Look at his face , eyes and snout. Absolutely one great buck!!! Congratulations to you. The only downside I can think of is, you will probably hunt for a long time before you get another like him. Definately the buck of a lifetime.
    Colorado Cowboy
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    Mid to upper 180's.

 

 

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