How do you score this deer?

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by blong, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. blong

    blong Spike

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    Got this guy in central Ms.. He is so palmatted that I do not know if we scored him correctly. Do you measure the G2, 3, and 4's to the palmatted line or to the imaginary top of the main beam.
     

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  2. hotdog

    hotdog 8 pointer

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    Looks like he has some moose blood in him.Congrats on a nice buck!!
     
  3. buckjohn

    buckjohn 6 pointer

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    no matter what it scores its awesome.
     
  4. Luckybuck

    Luckybuck 10 pointer

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    I think you have to use the moose scoring system. ;)
     
  5. slickhead slayer

    slickhead slayer 12 pointer

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    Technically that deer doesn't have G3 and G4's. Technically I believe that whole palmated area would be the G2, and the other points would be considered abnormal points off the G2, because they share what Boone and Crockett considers a "common base".
    But to answer your question, you always measure to the top of the main beam, where the tine hits the main beam.
     
  6. BrookeGal

    BrookeGal Spike

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    But to answer your question, you always measure to the top of the main beam, where the tine hits the main beam.[/quote]

    This is not true, when one side is palmated and the other is not, then on the palmated side you measure to the "imaginary" line of where the main beam should be (without palmation). Only when both sides are palmated do you measure the tines to the actual mainbeam.
     
  7. aballl18

    aballl18 Spike

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    wrong species thats and moose lololol
     
  8. GraysonCountyHunter

    GraysonCountyHunter Banned

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    As Long as You are Proud

    As long as you are proud of it, it doesn't matter how it scores
     

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