For me it depends on a lot. Where my cabin is for example, its mostly big woods. And public land. For me there, a shooter is a solid 2.5 year old buck. I try to hold myself to even with the ears or bigger 8+ points, but depending on the buck I am willing to take something else. Its a heavy hunted area, and has come a long way thanks to antler regs. Before that to most hunters there a spike was a shooter, a fork was a trophy. On that hard hunted ground, a 100" deer would make my day. A 110" would make me dance and a 120+ would down right blow my mind. I found a match set of sheds in the 112-115" range a few years back, and have pictures of a 125" 10 last year, so they are there. But I wouldn't set my goal that high. Now on m 120 acres of private land, I try to hold to a 3.5 year old, 120 min. I have not broke the 120 yet. Last year I shot a 110" 4.5 year old 6 that Im super proud of other then it was a rifle buck. The year before I shot a 3.5 that went 112", ground shrinkage but Im still proud. And honestly, any buck that I can be proud to sit behind I will shoot regardless of what you or my neighbor thinks. But for the record, I think Im the closest thing to a trophy hunter of my neighbors.