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Possible World Record to be Re-scored

By 5 years ago

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I posted this buck several weeks ago, and it has popped back into the hunting news world again. Finally, after 6 long years, the King buck, taken in Wisconsin in 2006 is going to be re-scored the the Boone and Crockett club. It was originally deemed that this buck had one non-typical tine, that kept it from being the new world record. After that, the club wouldn't even look at it. From what I've heard and read, it should be the new world record whitetail.

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Woodrow W

Woodrow W

Doesn't look non-typical to me. Either way, this buck is an absolute beast.
chuckles norris

chuckles norris

I haven't seen this image before. Just once in my lifetime I'd like to see a buck close to this in the wild.
Zack Doyle

Zack Doyle

The questionable tine is the G3 on the right antler. Supposedly, the G2 and G3 on that side share a common base, so the G3 is considered a non-typical tine. At least thats what the head of B&C said the first time they looked at it...I don't think its non-typical either.
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