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One of the widest bucks that I've mounted to date. Not too shabby for the final minutes of the last afternoon of late muzzleloader season!cfe1199f929bf7b478ae220a0ba392b2.jpgf4d8ae580a9d72ea78ab29d29ed91992.jpgfd9075dd9d08bbc3f2b69e405e61c866.jpg

 

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"I'm not from New York. I'm a REDNECK from Western New York!!!"

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Very nice, very similar to one of my archery bucks .  He had a 22 inch spread with short tines. Main beams were 21 7/8 long and 22. Where about was that buck taken ? 

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4 minutes ago, rob-c said:

Very nice, very similar to one of my archery bucks .  He had a 22 inch spread with short tines. Main beams were 21 7/8 long and 22. Where about was that buck taken ? 

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Northern part of Region 8

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15 hours ago, WNY Bowhunter said:

 

One of the widest bucks that I've mounted to date. Not too shabby for the final minutes of the last afternoon of late muzzleloader season!cfe1199f929bf7b478ae220a0ba392b2.jpgf4d8ae580a9d72ea78ab29d29ed91992.jpgfd9075dd9d08bbc3f2b69e405e61c866.jpg

 

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Another stunning mount done by you!! Absolutely beautiful work!

The buck is stunning too!

This buck is very similar to one I had the fortune to hunt one season, way back in the mid 80's. I still see him in my dreams. As I never was able to get a shot at him that fall. Never saw him again after that. 

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2 minutes ago, grampy said:

Another stunning mount done by you!! Absolutely beautiful work!

The buck is stunning too!

This buck is very similar to one I had the fortune to hunt one season, way back in the mid 80's. I still see him in my dreams. As I never was able to get a shot at him that fall. Never saw him again after that. 

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