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    Easy one to score

    This one should be easy for some of you!
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    That's a beautiful buck, decent forks, good and wide with some character up front and will make a super mount.

    B&C inches shouldn't matter on this one..... JMHO

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    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    That's a beautiful buck, decent forks, good and wide with some character up front and will make a super mount.

    B&C inches shouldn't matter on this one..... JMHO
    Agreed... I don't want to even put a number on this one. Beautiful buck....

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    That is a nice buck!

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    awesome deer, nice job. was it a diy hunt

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    DIY and lucky to boot!! Missed the first 2 times. That is why I call him dead eye dick!!!! Some people with all the luck!!!

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    I will jump 1st 180 !

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    Awesome buck 195-200 in

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    That's a pretty buck for sure. I'm around 190"

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    185. Its hard to tell because a lot of the inches are in the curves of the antlers. I bet that right g2 has more inches than most would guess it at and same with the left g4. Great buck

 

 

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