Anyone see this freak non-typical

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  1. 203ntyp

    203ntyp PMA Member

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    Harvested in the Kansas archery season, net score 321 3/8". It took B&C 5 hours to score it, looks like a tedious task!

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    Hardwood11 It is going to be a good fall!

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    Holy shi#
     
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    That’s one crazy rack.
     
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    That's a wild one for sure .. Never seen nothing like that .. Probably put the hurting on some trees...
     
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    Ishi Waiting for October

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    Freaky looking but I’d take him!
     
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    203ntyp PMA Member

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    Couldn't imagine walking up a a shed like that.
     
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    LoessHillsArcher Well-Known Member

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    That is nuts, that four point side coming out the right is a bit out of place. haha
     
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    I'd take one look at it and say "Eh, just a rootball" and keep walking.
     
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    Not my “Dream buck” but I’d have arrowed it.


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    Looks like a giant cocklebur!
     
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    Imagine trying to rub the velvet off of that. I bet his neck was tired.
     
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    Saw this buck yesterday. I can’t even imagine trying to score this thing.
     
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    What caused the rack to grow like that? Nut injury? Pedicle injury?
     
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    203ntyp PMA Member

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    My guess would be a pedicle injury unless he got into someone's meth lab :eek:
     
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    I asked the guy that shot it. He said there was no injury that they could find.
     

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