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    Holy cow! What a monster!

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    Did it mention the age of the deer anywhere?

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    Sure seems like there have been a lot of world record animals killed here lately. Sheep (South Dakota), whitetail (This), and mule deer (gordon buck) that I can think of off the top of my head just last year. Not to mention the state record animals like the 400+" elk in Nebraska.

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    The Gordon buck has not been verified (Panel) is not the world record. We’ll see if he chooses to strip the velvet.
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    Not verified, not record.
    Say what now? Your statement doesn?t make sense or I?m tired. lol


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    He's saying the Gordon buck has not been measured by an official panel. It must be stripped of velvet and measured to qualify for the world record mule deer (B&C). Who knows if he will do it or not? P&Y will accept it with velvet but it be in the velvet non-typical category only. B&C will not accept velvet entries.

    Therefore no official score = not a world record

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    Thank you Alabama. Makes sense now.
    Not sure what I would do... I would prefer to leave the buck as I found him, well after I killed him of course.

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    would be a tough call but I think I would pass on the books and keep the velvet.


    a trophy is a trophy with or without being in a book.
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    He's saying the Gordon buck has not been measured by an official panel. It must be stripped of velvet and measured to qualify for the world record mule deer (B&C). Who knows if he will do it or not? P&Y will accept it with velvet but it be in the velvet non-typical category only. B&C will not accept velvet entries.

    Therefore no official score = not a world record
    Thanks, Alabama! I guess I should have explained that it better, sorry for the confusion, BC.
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