Somewhere In ArizonaContributors to this thread:
Charlie Rehor 19-Aug-20
RD in WI 19-Aug-20
'Ike' (Phone) 19-Aug-20
Two Feathers 19-Aug-20
kakiat kid 23-Aug-20
My oh my!!
How the heck would ya measure that thing?
Holy cow !
Could this be the 100 incher we were looking for ? Score please.
Dang, that's a good one!
From: Charlie Rehor
Black snout is a sign of maturity. Congrats to the hunter
Maybe the Holy Grail of Pronghorn hunting! Any more pictures?
Holy cow that is insane!
Looks like the guys at pronghorn guide service got a hunter on him. They have more pics on FB
From: RD in WI
Impressive! Thanks a lot DL - now I'll really be tossing and turning at night thinking about antelope. I'm gonna get me one of those buggers sooner or later.
here's one off their facebook
I'm guessing that has to be the new world record!
Is there such a thing as a non-typical antelope?
Doesn't even look real! Thats an incredible animal. Congrats to the hunter.
Is that and archery kill?
^...a .338. (yes....338). I just read the estimate was 92-ish.
From: 'Ike' (Phone)
Whoa...Freak, love it!
From: Two Feathers
Oh my, his ears droop.
Must have been a monster..... looks like it took 6 guys in Hawaiian shirts to pack him out...... =D
I don't know much on scoring these things but if lopes don't have a non-typical that's likely a yuge gross with a bucket of deductions on the side.....
Wow, cool pronghorn.
That extra prong on the back could lead to deducts in mass measurements. A buddy shot , with a rifle, a buck with small prongs on the back of both horns on his ranch last season, and they cost him, I think, 1 5/8" on net score. It still netted 82 4/8, which is good enough for B & C, and a heck of a buck for Kansas.
From: kakiat kid
Amazing looking buck!
writer, the fact that small prongs appeared doesn't really cost the buck any score, since they are added in and then subtracted back out. They aren't a penalty to the net score. It's just scored as if they never grew.