Deer Shed: Longest Tines Ever?

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Thanks to extreme antler collector Mike Charowhas for sharing:

Mike, how often do you see an official 18-inch G2 and a 15 5/8-inch G3? Dave Boland scored it. Found north of Kansas City, MO right on the KS/MO border. Four points and scores 87 5/8. Just to give an idea how long that G2 is, consider that the non-typical point sticking off the G2 is 4 inches long! Thanks, Mike

Two observations: that has to be one of the longest G2 tines ever officially measured on a whitetail; if the other side of that rack scores similarly, and give the buck a 16-inch spread, you’re looking at a 190-inch 8-point! Wow!

2 thoughts on “Deer Shed: Longest Tines Ever?

  1. Mike this is one hell of a main frame 8! With those kinds of measurements I bet this deer would have topped the new world record 8pt Jason Sanders killed in 2011. The Sanders buck went 183 3/8 and had 16 and 14 inch G-2′s which is several inches less than this hoss you posted. Mike how long was the main beam on this shed?

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