How to Score Deer Antlers?


To score deer antlers, you should first start scoring your deer antlers by figuring out how many points you actually have, take the measurement of the inside spread of the main beams. The final score will be added to this measurement as long as it does not exceed the measurement of the longer main beam. Now make a small graph that has a section for right antlers, left antlers, and difference and also the circumferences and any abnormal points. The final step would be to add up all the differences and measurements.
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I would say that deer antlers are about 39inches. They can grow 1.5inches a day!
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How to Score a Set of Deer Antlers
Many hunters consider it a successful hunt if they see and shoot a deer. They do not pass on an opportunity to shoot a nice-sized buck, but they are more interested in the meat than in a trophy. Some hunters, on the other hand, target nothing but trophy... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
In order to do the scoring on your deer antlers then you will need to do allot of measuring. The measuring is done is several places and then added up. You can find more info at:
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