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A buck may look spectacular from the side view, but then be abnormally narrow. It might score well, but it will then be up to you to decide if he's what you deem to be true trophy.
The prongs are arguably one of the easier features to field judge. The longer the prongs, the more inches are added to the score. Mass With a little practice, overall mass can often be the deciding factor in adding valued inches to the end score.
Evaluate symmetry and the amount of curl. Wide, swooping curls will add inches; tight curls less so. Remember, no two antelope are identical; similar perhaps, but never the same. Some tips are relatively straight, others have a slight curl, and still others will curl a.
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Even at that distance, there was little question that he was an impressive trophy. In my mind he'd score somewhere in the mid-70's, but Kelly assured me he was bigger. Then, with only seconds to shoot, just as he quartered everything felt right.
Very typical, his horns were thick, indeed he had deep prongs, good curls, and there was even a bit of ivory on the tips! What to Look For I've now had the good fortune to take many different antelope, some small, most medium-sized, and even.
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If we could find one with non-typical characteristics, that might be desirable as well. "You should try a stalk I urged my Heather. "It's great practice. No pressure to shoot. Do the stalk, get him in your crosshairs and if you like what you see.
With my bipod down, I scanned the horizon. "There he is whispered Kelly, "off to the right, he's bedded down. I've got him ranged at 260 yards. He's unmistakeable, just look at how heavy his horns are.".
My TC 7mm Rem Mag barked and the buck lurched forward. Two steps later he toppled. "Congratulations Kev, he's a good one exclaimed Kelly! "You'll be pleased with him.". Heather hugged me and agreed with Kelly.
If they do this, bottom line score may not matter - a trophy of this nature is extremely sought-after. Spread. Spread is just another feature that adds to the overall aesthetics of the pronghorn's headgear but doesn't count for overall score.
It is commonly accepted that the ears on a buck stand roughly six inches in height. Simply put, if the horns are twice the height of the ears, he's probably at least a 12-inch buck.
And so, our quest continued. Sunrise, on the first day, had found us entering the Cole Creek Sheep Company Ranch at prime time. To shoot a buck in Wyoming isn't the problem; they are abundant.