How large was the biggest buck ever seen?


While there may be a large amount of rumors describing the biggest buck ever seen, it is said to have been spotted and fatally shot by a 15 year old boy named Tony Lovstuen. Lovstuen took aim and fatally wounded the large buck on the afternoon of Sept. 29, 2003. The huge buck that was shot by Lovstuen received a final B&C score of 307 5/8, which makes it a record breaking hit for the young hunter.
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The current world record for a buck deer rack is a 44-pointer.
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The Lovstuen buck's final score was 307 5/8, enough to make him the "world's biggest hunter-taken whitetail."
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