I hope he makes it another year......

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  1. apb5f2

    apb5f2 Weekend Warrior

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    But I'm gonna hammer him if he's within 40 yds. What is everyones best guess on a score? Named this buck "About Time" since it was about time something showed up. STC_0457.JPG STC_0458.JPG
     
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    really nice looking deer, Im terrible at scoring which is why I leave it up to the pros on here..! 151" ??
     
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    Looks 160+ great tine length, decent mass, and long main beams. Probably pushing 170.
     
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    I'd guess in the 160's. Hard to tell from two pics and in velvet. He's got a lot going for him score wise though if his mass stays good after velvet drop.
     
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    I think 160"-165" sounds realistic. Awesome deer!
     
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    Bone Head Hunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    150-160! Nice buck any where!
     
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    He’s in the low 50s probably but man oh man the potential. He doesn’t look very old.... maybe 4.5? Passing him would be a hard sell but that deer would like be a book deer next year or the year after. Not too many people could pass that deer to see what he will do though. To me that’s one of those deals where you hope you get to shoot some other nice deer first so that this one lives to see another year. Good luck either way. He’s a stud.
     
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