What Is the Biggest Deer Ever Killed?

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The biggest deer ever shot and killed was a 38 point rack buck. The deer was shot by 15 year old Tony Lovstuen on Sept. 29, 2003 in Iowa. The buck is included in the 'King of Bucks' collection which is located at the American National Fish & Wildlife Museum.
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The biggest deer that was ever killed was about 13ft. Deers are normally hunted during the fall seasons where big ones are mostly shot.
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The biggest buck ever shot was a 232 7/8 point buck, it was shot in Tennessee.
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For most people, a heart lung shot is the best shot as it offers the biggest area for an immediate kill. This area is just behind the shoulder, about a 1/3 to 2/3 down from the back
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43 on the left side 45 on the other (88 point)
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