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7.5 yr old Pa buck
7.5 yr old Pa buck

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Registered: October 2005
Location: PA
Posts: 74
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How do I score the right side? Should I measure to the webbing or to where the beam top would normally be with a straight line before webbing to top of main beam at beam tip. Sorry its hard to explain,but never measured a deer with so much character. Check out the second beem/drop its 13 2/8.
· Date: Sun,December,21,2008 · Views: 912 ·
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DEER 24/7

Registered: October 2006
Location: OKLAHOMA
Posts: 2,040
Sun,December,21,2008 1:15pm

i would draw a line where top of main beam would be on webbing it is a 3 point on the right . the point by the g2 point is sharing a common base with the g2 so it would count as nt point hope this helps vry neet looking buck hard to imangine one making it that age in pa.

Registered: October 2005
Location: PA
Posts: 74
Sun,December,21,2008 1:24pm

Me too. Couldn't beleieve the character on this one. The clump of antler on the left side has 4 pts broke off including a massive drop. This deer was shy lots of trail cams in area, but no one knew he was there. Well except for 1 guy.

Were's the dang truck???

Registered: April 2007
Location: NW,Okie
Posts: 2,191
Sun,December,21,2008 3:00pm

I agree with DEER 24/7. The G2 and the point after are sharing a common base. I would draw a line on top and go from there. Congrats on a great buck that sucker has a ton of character. Those are awesome antlers.


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