Spread.... What's it mean to you?

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by buckeye, Aug 1, 2008.

  1. Passthru

    Passthru Newb

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    Personally Id take mass and tine length over width. Now give me all three and were talking true "HORN PORN"!!!!!

    Jay
     
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    I remember Kidd642's buck from last year... I don't think he had much width, but that freakish mass and non-typical points was pretty cool. :D
     
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    spread is awesome, period. It makes a buck seem mucho impressive regardless of other attributes.
     
  4. peakrut

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    I love it the wider the better.
     
  5. rybo

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    I love me a wide rack, always have. If I drilled a 20"+ spread, I'd be in heaven. It could have 4" tines for all I care.
     
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    I really, really could have gone without knowing that. :ninja:
     
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    I'd be happy with one that just has antlers
     

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